When my oldest son started Kindergarten, one of the things that worried me the most was the fact that he was going to have to be at school five days a week. For his first 5 years of life, he’d done three days of daycare/pre-school each week and the rest was one-on-one time with…read more »
You really can have a love life as sweet as you want it to be! But sweetness—whether in chocolate or a relationship—requires certain ingredients for success. On Thursday, May 9, Heartmanity will be at the second annual Ladies Night Out at Gallatin Valley Furniture in Bozeman to share some vital ingredients.
This is an…read more »
WHY do I keep doing things that I know are detrimental to my health: eating dairy, sugar, bad carbs? WHY do I keep NOT doing things I know would be good for my health: eating healthy foods, yoga, meditation, using a Waterpik, etc.?
I keep asking myself for answers, but I’m not…read more »
When something like the Boston bombing happens, it can turn our worlds inside out and upside down. Our sense of security is shaken. I first posted the note below on my Heartmanity Facebook page the day after the bombing, then a few days later, I sent it out to my subscribers.
The response I received…read more »
I write regularly for a women’s business website, and I often have the opportunity to interview career women who are really making a difference in their workplaces and their communities. In these interviews, we often discuss how they got where they are, what kinds of things factored into their success, and how they balance…read more »
Do you ever feel like your life is too busy for living–like there’s just not enough time for authentic connection with those you love? I’d been feeling that way lately, like I’d been cheated by time. At the end of my day, there wasn’t enough time or energy left over to connect with those…read more »
Did you know that the average person spends roughly one-third of their lives at work? Considering that another one-third is spent sleeping, the final chunk of time is all that’s left for our personal lives. And if you think about it, each one of these parts of our lives can directly affect the…read more »
After 10 years of marriage, life together can feel pretty predictable. We know the other person’s patterns and how they will probably react to certain situations. And, like the Clint Eastwood film, this predictability can often lead to what I call “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” in our relationship.
Over time,…read more »
I’m so excited to share a great opportunity with you! I’ve been invited to be a part of an upcoming webinar “Overcoming Bullying,” sponsored by the Age of Montessori, February 28, 2013, 6–8 p.m. Mountain Time. This webinar is a wonderful chance to discuss and share solutions to a problem that burdens us…read more »
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about window coverings, particularly blinds. Now, that may not seem very exciting to you, but my husband and I just replaced some ’60s wooden blinds in our living room with new Hunter Douglas honeycomb blinds. This has been a wonderful upgrade for us because they are so easy…read more »
Jennifer Williams is a mother of three children, ages 18, 20, and 25 and lives with her husband in Livingston, Montana. As the founder of the Heartmanity Center, her passion is helping couples and parents create loving and harmonious homes. To learn more, visit www.Heartmanity.com>.