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Recent Entries

Beyond the Beach Body

by DianaKelter | April 17, 2012 at 4:13 pm | comments

Around this time of the year we all succumb to the same goal, preparing our “beach body.”  What this often means in our heads is rigorous hours at the gym and forfeiting our favorite treats. I recently realized this comparison doesn’t seem right. The beach represents a place we go to have fun, spend endless hours in the sun and create memories with the people we love. So why should

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Defining the Family Meal

by DianaKelter | October 13, 2011 at 2:38 pm | comments

There is a strong perception that dinner is the one, true family meal. While it’s a wonderful moment to come together and share news of the day, it’s not the only game in town. Between school activities, sports and various work schedules, every family can define the table time that works for them. For as long as I can remember, breakfast has been my favorite meal. It represents a peaceful

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Time Together Never Goes Out of Style

by DianaKelter | September 26, 2011 at 3:53 pm | comments

I can name plenty of haircuts and fashion choices from my childhood that I hope will never come back in style. Despite my less than perfect fashion choices, there is an aspect of my childhood that I will never outgrow. Trips to my grandparents’ home in Michigan have always been a reminder of comfort and familiarity. Family traditions have been created through the years, including long walks to the beach, collecting rocks

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Creating a New “Play List”

by DianaKelter | September 14, 2011 at 3:10 pm | comments

Earlier this Summer I attended the EVO Conference in Park City, Utah. I was struck by many memorable moments, but one message truly stuck out in my mind. During the keynote address, Meredith Sinclair, blogger for, highlighted that at a certain age we forget how to play. The gift that comes so natural to us as children gets lost behind responsibility, parenting and the fact that it’s not “socially acceptable” at a certain

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