The end-of-year holiday season, regardless of the holiday you celebrate, is usually spent among friends and family, who may span a continent or even the globe. Even if they are miles away and it’s not possible to be with all them in person, there are many ways to spread cheer – and to teach your children the importance of staying in touch.
Here are some ways to keep in touch during the holidays:
The holidays are a time for giving. They also present an opportunity for parents to teach their children an invaluable lesson: generosity. What is the best way to raise a charitable child? Set an example. As the holidays draw near, consider volunteering as a family to show your children that the best gifts don’t come in boxes. They come in the form of a smile on someone else’s face – and knowing that you put it there.
Here are five ways for giving back this holiday season:
The heart of Mother’s Day is family togetherness. This makes it all-important to find an activity that the whole family can enjoy, while making mom the focus. So what’s the best way to accomplish both? Take the group outside to work on a project that will honor mom – and Mother Nature.
Being more eco-conscious in your day-to-day living doesn’t require the drastic lifestyle changes many people think it does. As a matter of fact, it’s many little changes to everyday life that can contribute to a healthier, greener earth. You can do your part by trying out some of these ideas at home to go green and give Mother Nature a helping hand:
It’s time to pack your bags and head to the airport for your family vacation. With all of the necessary stuff you’re bringing along on your trip, do you really want to bring a large carbon footprint?
At home, you probably have routines that make an eco-friendly lifestyle easy, but did you know that you can keep your green habits while on vacation, too? These simple green vacation tips will help your family have a great time while still protecting the Earth!