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"Arlene Pellicane shares practical ideas on how to become a happy wife."

-Dr. Gary Chapman, bestselling author of The Five Love Languages

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-David Jeremiah, pastor and founder of Turning Point Ministries, New York Times Bestselling Author

"Arlene Pellicane’s message in 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Wife is every bit as clear, bright, cheerful, and wise as she is."

-Liz Curtis Higgs, speaker and bestselling author of nearly 30 books

 
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Don’t Bother Checking the Weather

“What’s the weather going to be like mom?” That’s a question I hear every morning.  My answer is typically the same in San Diego, “Just like yesterday.” We live in Southern California and we totally know we’re weather wimps.  Oh, it’s going to be 60 degrees today.  Better wear long […]

 

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Highlights from Hearts at Home 2015

If you’ve never been to a conference to invest in your mom life, I highly encourage you to put one in your calendar.  Whether it’s at a local church, two hours away, or 10 states away, it is so worth it to take a step back and… Breathe. Laugh with […]

 

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Podcast: John Rosemond on Becoming a Happy Mom

Download the podcast on iTunes or listen here: Parenting expert, speaker, and author John Rosemond joins Arlene for this month’s Happy Home podcast.  Learn why “The Good Mommy Club” may not be for you.  Find out how to de-stress as a mom and how to have your own “International Mommy Take […]

 

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My Young Writer: Ethan’s Winning California Essay

My fifth-grader Ethan loves doing many things:  building Legos, martial arts, rollerblading, playing the piano, and listening to Tim Hawkin’s remakes.  And apparently, writing! He entered the CATE (California Association of Teachers of English) creative writing contest at school.  The theme was Uncommon Connections.  He not only won in the […]

 

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It’s Supposed to Be Fun

When James and I were engaged, we were meeting with our wedding coordinator at the church.  There just happened to be a wedding happening simultaneously.  After our meeting, we were walking through the lobby and noticed the wedding party getting ready to begin the procession. James pushed me over to […]

 

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Saying Sorry to Your Kids

As a parent, you undoubtedly will need to say I’m sorry to your kids along the way. And that’s okay. When you make a mistake, raise your voice, hurt their feelings, you don’t have to cover it up, justify it, or mumble an apology.  It’s your opportunity to teach one […]

 

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Snuggle Power

My daughter Lucy definitely has physical touch as one of her love languages.  One of her favorite words when she was a toddler was “HUGGIE!” We often engage snuggle power for our kids, but we can forget to do that for our spouse.  So this Valentine’s Day and for the […]