“Wipe that look off your face!” “Change that tone!” Do these parenting lines sound familiar? If you are a parent, join me for an interview with Keysha Truss Chester, Master Educator and author of Parents to Partners. Saturday, 8/18/2018 9-9:30 am Central Click here to watch, comment and share.
Things You Should Never to Your Spouse! (How Not to Fry Your Marriage) The June edition of Faith Filled Family Magazine is full of terrific advice, if you’re engaged, married or want to be married someday. Right in the middle, on page 39, is my article which will make you laugh–and think before you speak.
1 Moment Wiser exists to help you live wisely in every area of life. You can read my blog posts, books and magazine articles, watch daily devotional videos and now you can meet the wise people I know! Once or twice a month, I’ll be doing a live Facebook interview with someone who has proven
Diversity. We celebrate it, exploring the food, music and clothing of new cultures. Lunch with someone from elsewhere makes us feel well-traveled. We’re not fans of diversity though, when it’s invisible. Whether or not there’s a noticeable contrast of melatonin or accent, it’s our instinct to bridge the diversity divide by mirroring one another’s facial
New Year’s resolutions last about 5 minutes, right? That’s why they’re REsolutions—we REpeat them until we finally give up. Don’t make 2018 frustrating. Instead, make it a great year with these 5-minute and under solutions. Own Your Day in 5 Minutes At the beginning of each day (before emails, news or social media), take 5
I’m going to do it. Only for a moment. Stick with me; you’ll see why. I’m going to be that writer who talks about her cat. El Gato. Gatito Mosquito is his whole name. He has three legs, a tuxedo, and he’s the toughest of our three cats. He’s also the one who truly cares
Do you experience frequent burning in your ears? That’s because I talk to God about you every day. I ask Him to touch those who read my book and blog, and those who watch my daily 1 Minute Wiser videos. I pray: May they truly see You as You open Your heart through Proverbs and through the life and words
Last week, we met Kaleen. Even with a Master’s degree in Business Administration, as well as company experience, she couldn’t break through into management. Her coworker Cory called her psycho, and her boyfriend was growing distant. She wasn’t psychotic, but she had some neurotic tendencies that pushed opportunity away every time. Click here if you
“Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” she’d been asked when she interviewed for this job. 5 years later, Kaleen still felt like a drone. She had a Master’s in Business Administration, but today they’d announced one more management position was filled by someone with less education and less experience in the company. “I
Trust. As social as we are, most women don’t have it. Our childhood bestie finds new friends in middle school. The boy of our dreams is snagged by a homeroom hussy. When we’re grown, and live by our own rules, our own frailties taunt us. It seems everyone else has glossy hair and the perfect