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That Emotional Affair Is Going To Cost You

Posted on Sep 21, 2015 in Blog, Family

That Emotional Affair Is Going To Cost You

Just fun and games? It doesn’t mean anything? It isn’t hurting anyone?   Just because you haven’t taken that extra-marital work relationship to “the next level” doesn’t mean it can’t have devastating consequences to your professional life and your personal life.   The challenge for individuals entering into emotional affairs is that they don’t necessarily see flirting, sharing intimate facts about themselves, and playing into the...

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Exercise: Your Secret Ingredient To Winning

Posted on Sep 11, 2015 in Blog, Family

Exercise: Your Secret Ingredient To Winning

By: Zachary Lee We all have our own reasons for why we exercise. Health, self-improvement, meeting others. Not only is exercise proven to improve your performance both physically and mentally (1), it creates your own secret ingredient for making you your best self and improving your chances at winning in everything you do. There is article after article about the benefits of exercise and why you should do it. I thought that since you don’t need anymore noise on the...

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Cabin Fever?

Posted on Mar 2, 2015 in Blog, Family

                          By: Zach & Kate It’s about time for the snow to melt and spring to make its way onto our front doorstep. How do we know this? Because our kids are telling us. They are more rambunctious, more energetic, and  sometimes appear to be wild monkeys. We like wild monkeys…we just like them outside. Unfortunately, with the weather being so cold lately it’s been a challenge to let them loose in the...

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Holiday Traditions

Posted on Nov 18, 2014 in Blog, Faith, Family

Can you hear all of the Christmas songs in the air? What about the smell of fresh baked goodies? For a lot of us, Christmas is one of our favorite times of year because it creates a festive atmosphere of fun, family time and eating WAY to much – not to mention giving and receiving presents! Family traditions surrounding Christmas are both new and old. Some of us have family traditions that are almost as sacred as the day itself and if you tried to change them, grandma or grandpa might...

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Fostering Faith

Posted on Nov 4, 2014 in Blog, Faith, Family, Uncategorized

By: Zach & Kate Lee Do you remember who taught you how to pray? Or who introduced you to God and Jesus? For us, it was our parents. One of the best things our parents did for us was to participate equally in teaching us about God and introducing us to the bible through stories, books, and taking us to Sunday school. One of the greatest gifts you can give to your children is for both you and your partner (when possible) to equally participate in the teaching of your children’s...

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Negotiating With God

Posted on Nov 4, 2014 in Blog, Faith, Family, Uncategorized

By: Zach & Kate Lee   As parents, we want to allow our children to have a voice, to feel heard, and to always feel free to express themselves – while being respectful. Our 2 ½ year old has taken this to heart, and lately we have daily negotiation sessions with her. When an option is presented, she has an innocent way of manipulating the situation to end in her favor. For example, we live next to a park in Stillwater, and every morning (around 7am) when she gets up she says,...

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