Author: Mary Biz

Ya Don’t Control a Three Year Old! But You Can Broaden His Horizons

Our grandson is three. Yes, there it is. I’ve admitted it out loud. As anyone with a three year old knows, he “rules” your world. When you’re dealing with a three year old, you need to get down like a

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Responsible Parenting: Detaching From Your Ex’s Manipulation Involving Your Kids

How do you deal with unreasonable demands involving your children made by ex spouses? What constitutes an unreasonable demand? Greg and his Ex have been divorced several years. Given the choice, he would have preferred to make the marriage work,

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Make Sure Brain is Engaged Before Putting Mouth into Gear

“Laughter is part of the human survival kit.” ~ David Nathan     Have you ever had an absolutely ridiculous moment? One that you wanted to crawl under a rock about? One that makes you fall over laughing many years later?

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Baby Grandmas Require a Game plan

“Just about the time she thinks her work is done, a Mother becomes a Grandmother.” Soon to be parents have a game plan. The expectant mother keeps a packed bag ready for the big day. The expectant father does his

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DIY ~ How to Make a Giant Teapot

  Sometimes the only way to fulfill a vision is to make or create the things you cannot purchase. The creation of this teapot was time consuming, and an act of love, but if I had it to do over

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10 Things I Absolutely Love About My Spouse

Valentines day is here once again. That age old holiday where we stop and make a mental note of those we love and outwardly display  our love and affection. It’s just a day but it has become important as the

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5 Reasons Why You Should Be Firm, Fair, and Kind in Business

It pays to be firm, fair, and kind in business. In my lifetime I have had many opportunities to bear witness to both ends of the spectrum. My husband is a successful, self employed businessman. Over the course of our long

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