The Habit of Normal: Creating a Livable Home Life During Quarantine

We are all living in the first week of the "new normal." I don't know if it has sunk in for most of us that this is not a two-week quarantine but more likely a two-year situation that will involve intermittent times of varying degrees of social distancing. Two years is the length of time … Continue reading The Habit of Normal: Creating a Livable Home Life During Quarantine

Rare Female: Being a Minority on the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator

The Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) has been around since it was first published in 1944. With its four pairs of dichotomies, the self-reported MBTI does a pretty reliable job sorting people into 16 personality types, enabling laypeople to discuss their personality traits with a common vocabulary. First, A Little History of Psychology Swiss psychologist Carl Jung formed … Continue reading Rare Female: Being a Minority on the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator

Morning Time Binders: Folk Songs, Hymns, Poetry, and More!

It's that time of year again! Time to whip those Morning Time binders into shape! Our family has undergone some restructuring (more about that in a future post), but I'm happy to say that our Morning / Circle Time is in tact. We use this time together to build our family culture, because knowing the … Continue reading Morning Time Binders: Folk Songs, Hymns, Poetry, and More!