Between the two of them, my oldest children moved into new apartments six times in three years. Good grief, right? Helping them navigate their apartment searches took a lot of time, patience and energy. But the last thing any of us wanted was for them to end up hating their new place within weeks of moving in. Sound like something you’d like to avoid also? Follow these apartment hunting tips
Milestones. We celebrated them through the years as our children grew, clapping as they took their first steps, clicking dozens of photos before middle school dances, beaming with pride (and relief) at graduations. But those same milestones drew us toward a murky event I usually didn't want to think about—the day our children would be grown—and my role in their lives forever changed
“You want to do WHAT?” I mentally reached for something solid to hold onto as the panic punched me in the gut. This was going to be a bumpy ride.
My youngest announced, in her senior year of high school, that she was planning to take a gap year and travel. Alone.
My youngest daughter’s determination to take a massive road trip across the United States, as economically as possible, led to an entirely new project for me—converting our minivan into a campervan. After hours of research and a couple of woodworking projects gone awry
We are all adventuring through life. We don’t know the outcome, the destinations or the perils we will face along the way. But we’re waking up each day, doing our thing, making our way on our individual, yet connected, paths.
And we all have guides to help us navigate our adventures–family, friends, mentors, coaches, employers. Even Google and …