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10 Ways to slow down and tell your children, “I Love You”

It is crazy how quickly the lazy days of summer can turn into the mad rush of summer camps, play dates, and activities. Since children spell love T-I-M-E, here is a list of things you can do to slow down and say, “I love you.” 149 more words


Summertime Conversations

Here in Charlotte we’re now about a month into summer. Perhaps it’s time to think about how  you are using the extra time and freedom from strict school, work, and sports schedules. 227 more words


Involve the next generation before it is too late!

Two questions that are asked in many of our Landowner Legacy Communication© workshops, is “how do I get my children involved in our land” and “how did the Nippers do it.”  In reality, they are the same question.  298 more words


I Wanna Be a Grandma

This is a mock letter which represents the feelings expressed to me by many parents whose adult daughters are unmarried and in their thirties.

Dear Daughter, 359 more words

Family Dynamics

Teaching myself my own lesson.

I was going to begin this post; “Isn’t it funny when you discover you have to take your own advice?” But then I realized it wasn’t that funny. 608 more words

Communication Is Key

Counselor's Corner: Celebrate National Family Month

June is National Family Month, which is a time to celebrate your family. National Family Month is typically celebrated from Mother’s Day in May until Father’s Day in June. 586 more words


Dirt is just dirt, or is it?

Lately, we have been spending a lot of time learning and reviewing our soil’s (polite way to say dirt) effect on our tree farms and their timber crops.  182 more words