5 Biggest Motorcyclist Myths and the Truth Behind Them – Let’s Clear the Air

If you are a motorcycle enthusiast, or know of someone who is, then you are probably well aware of the stereotyping that goes along with the bike. However, if you are just looking into riding, or your loved one is, then you might want to know the truth behind it all. Motorcycle riders have had […]

How To Be Happy, Part 3

The third rule that Hubby and I live by is “blessings are undeserved”. Now, I know that this explanation is not going to sit well with everyone who reads this post. No problem! You are most welcome to disagree with me; however this is how we choose to live. So. Blessings. Undeserved. As my friend […]

How To Be Happy, Part 2

To continue what TechnoBoy and I discussed about being happy, the second rule is to hold lightly to the good things in life. What I mean by that is that at any time, life can be turned completely upside down. Just because we have a nice house doesn’t mean that will be true tomorrow. A […]

What’s the Point of This Blog?

So I’m here at SOBCon08 learning about the art of business blogging, and the challenge this morning was to come up with a statement in ten words or less that tells what I do. Here’s what I came up with: I help parents solve discipline problems and build loving homes. That’s my goal, anyway. I […]

Evaluating Information

In The Other Side of the Story, we talked about Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs (CFLs) and the fact that while there are terrific advantages to using them, there are also disadvantages. My point in bringing the issue to you wasn’t to slam environmentalists, or even to disrespect CFLs. I have quite a few of them […]

Why I Avoid Extremes in Parenting

Do not be overrighteous, neither be overwise-why destroy yourself? Do not be overwicked, and do not be a fool-why die before your time? It is good to grasp the one and not let go of the other. The man who fears God will avoid all extremes. Ecclesiastes 7: 16-18 NIV I looked this passage up […]