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How St. Martin of Tours can change your perspective on Thanksgiving

It can be hard to feel truly grateful during holiday times, but this medieval saint can help!

3 Easy ways to share Thanksgiving with friends

This year my kids want to share the holiday with their friends, so we came up with 3 creative ways to do just that!

A 3-step plan for improving the conversation at holiday dinners

Here's what to talk about so everyone has a great time ... and maybe even grows a little closer.

The hidden power of homemaking

A new book encourages women to celebrate their talent for making life beautiful.

Family clutter out of control? Try these tips to bring order to your home

Maybe it's time to take charge and follow this little guide to bring greater peace to your home!

6 Quotes from saints about the importance of order in our lives

It's a way to be more successful, and a virtue espoused by the saints.

7 Reasons to try a moderate form of minimalism 

The trend may seem unattainable or even unattractive, but these benefits are worth cultivating your inner minimalist.

5 Tips for taking some of the stress out of a summer move

Moving is never fun, but you can get to the other side with a smile on your face.

6 Rules of minimalism according to the saints

Before Marie Kondo, there were St. Francis and many others ...

How many books is too many?

Inspired by Marie Kondo, a book lover attempts to de-clutter his bookshelves...with hilarious results.

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