This Week's Simple Tip I recently had the pleasure of taking care of my 7-month-old grand-daughter for a few days. It was amazing to watch how much she enjoyed music! It didn't matter if I was playing rock-and-roll, easy listening, jazz, spa or classical. She seemed to love it all (even my singing), and kept perfect rhythm with various body parts, depending on how the tempo changed: Kicking her feet with fun to rock-and-roll Tapping her hand and "singing" to easy listening me
This Week's Simple Tip Knowing that there is a normal progression of developmental stages that people go through when they come together as a group really does make some of the growing pains easier to accept. This progression occurs whether the people are work colleagues, on a sports team, friends, etc. If even holds true with families as they evolve. I have been experiencing this first-hand over the past few years as our family has grown to include two daughter-in-laws, two
This Week's Simple Tip I love to start my week off watching CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley. An especially touching feature this week is the story about the passing of a man named Dennis Valstad of Ripon, Wisconsin.
The former owner of the local dry cleaning business, David was a loner who thought few people cared enough to come to pay their respects when he died. Dennis couldn't have been more wrong; 270 people showed their respect because of the endless kindness he sh