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Meaningful Ways To Use Lunchbox Love

Sharing is caring! FacebookTwitterGoogle+Pinterest We are constantly amazed and inspired by our beautiful community of moms and dads and their use of Lunchbox Love. This week we received a moving note from a mother who is working really hard to raise her kids to be good, kind human beings.  With that she shared a picture […]

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Sunday Suppers with Lunchbox Love–Cioppino

Sharing is caring! FacebookTwitterGoogle+Pinterest We are celebrating my uncle’s birthday this week with a big family dinner. Everyone is bringing a dish and I am making his absolute favorite meal–Cioppino. This fish stew is not the simplest meal to make but it is well worth the effort. Although I’ve made it in the past with […]

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Family Kindness Challenge Day 33

Sharing is caring! FacebookTwitterGoogle+Pinterest Day 33: Forgive someone. The man who forgives is far stronger than the man who fights. ~Nathan Croall Whether it’s someone else who hurt or offended you, or if it’s you that’s done the hurting, choose someone to forgive. Feeling angry or resentful affects you and your friends & loved ones […]

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Family Kindness Challenge Day 32

Sharing is caring! FacebookTwitterGoogle+Pinterest Day 32: Give someone a hug. I have learned that there is more power in a good strong hug than in a thousand meaningful words. ~Ann Hood The power of a hug should not be underestimated. The closeness of an embrace feels like you’re actually transferring love directly to the recipient. […]

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Family Kindness Challenge Day 31

Sharing is caring! FacebookTwitterGoogle+Pinterest Day 31: Text or call someone to say “Good Morning” or “Good Night.” There is no friend like an old friend who has shared our morning days, no greeting like his welcome, no homage like his praise. ~Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Though they are simple words, “Good morning” and “Good night” […]

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