Thanksgiving is a time to show gratitude for all that we have. To enjoy a feast of food and loved ones. BUT too much food, too much family, and too little activity can make us feel just the opposite. Here’s some expert advice for surviving the day and the rest of the holidays.
Looking for something new and different to serve for the holidays? Try my sister Debi’s recipe for baked stuffed winter squash. You won’t be sorry.
Dreading the holidays? Your family isn’t on the same page politically and you know dinner will end in a shouting match. Learn how to set the table for civility.
My father died in 2009. He might have died years sooner if not for our family’s decision to do an alcohol intervention. This is our story.
It’s one thing to know how you would want to be treated at the end of your life; who should be notified of your death; whether you wish to be buried or cremated; what kind of funeral or memorial service you’d like. It’s another to let your family and/or loved ones in on the details. […]
The holidays are a wonderful time to renew and grow relationships with friends and family. And to enjoy and celebrate food. They can also be a time of stress.
What will you do on your summer vacation? Roman Waites and his family are going on a monumental cross country road trip and they’re going to document their journey by making a movie. Have no doubt — Roman will play a starring role. Here’s how his mother Kelley Fitch describes her son: “Roman is amazing. […]
Tuesday was the Swett family bike ride. I didn’t ride, I was part of the picnic crew. The plan was that we would all meet at Two Lights State Park around noon. The 12 cyclists, ranging in age from 10 to 63, pedaled off mid-morning from CycleMania, where the out-of-towners rented bikes. Around the same […]