Noah’s Ark Guidance for Marriage – Pt. 3

They say, “Three times is a charm!” Well, we don’t know that this is a charm. But we do know that this is the 3rd part of our series where we give Noah’s ark guidance for marriage. It has been a fun, yet insightful journey, at least it has been Read More…

Noah’s Ark Marriage Guidelines – Pt. 2

Last time we shared with you the poem about Noah’s Ark (from an unknown author) with marriage guidelines that we gleaned from the life lessons that are given. (Here’s a LINK to that Marriage Insight to so you can read it if you missed it.) Then after the poem, we talked about Read More…

Noah’s Ark Guidelines for Marriage

We were cleaning out some files and came across some life lessons about Noah’s ark that made us laugh. But then as we looked at it a bit deeper, we saw that it’s also insightful. It’s titled, “Noah’s Ark …What I really need to know about life I learned from Read More…

General Guidelines For Making Peace With Your In-Laws

People on every side of the in-law question ask for guidelines for relating to each other. The following have been gleaned from many sources through the years. 1. Don’t complain to your spouse about the person to whom you have trouble relating. It won’t help for you to complain about Read More…

Living in Harmony With Mother or Daughter-Inlaw

Are you having trouble in your relationship with your mother-inlaw or daughter-inlaw? Join the club. It’s not at all unusual to find yourselves conflicting together in this complicated relationship. “The mother-inlaw/daughter-inlaw relationship is one of the most complicated human connections. It comes with a built-in conflict before the relationship even Read More…

Guidelines When Traveling and Dealing With Associates

In some work relationships, traveling with opposite-sex associates may be necessary. If you are a subordinate scheduled to take a business trip with a superior, here are a few things to remember. [Please note: Most of this can also be applied if you’re traveling with a business associate —even if Read More…