Laurie Sue Brockway is the Inspiration Editor of Beliefnet.
The classic Christmas dinner from A Christmas Carol!
I am a huge Daphne Rose Kingma fan and so exited about her newest book. It really reminds me of the essence of what Beliefnet offers to readers. In Ten Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart, her first […]
I was invited a while ago to visit the Halo Salt Rooms in Manhattan. As a big fan of the salty ocean scent, I thought it might be a little like a day at the beach, so off I went. […]
It is all in the name of Autism. America’s first fast-food hamburger chain, White Castle, and NEST Fragrances, a specialized home fragrance company, have once again joined forces to serve up another round of The Original Slider®-Scented Candle to benefit autism […]
IDidNotKnowWhatToSay.com, a website founded by Lori Pederson, is designed to inspire and provide you with tools to assist a love one through the grieving process. They also offer a free newsletter on how to assist your friends and family members […]
Guest Blog by By Dr. Brian Alman and Stephen Montgomery Here’s how to deal successfully with any physical or emotional challenge. It’s called the “Find Your Voice Process.” Spend just a few minutes a day, and as often as needed, […]
They say that laughter is the best medicine. It helps us heal, and keeps us light. It is a special elixir that brings vitality and a hopefulness. Author Lexie Brockway Potamkin is working on her fifth book in her “What […]
We came across a very cool New Year’s gift idea called “The Lifeboard.” It is basically an elegant game board that highlights the areas of life that most people are interesting in enhancing. It encourages you to create a vision […]
It was a blessing to meet my new friend, Gorman Woodfin, while we were both covering the Royal Premiere of Voyage of the Dawn Treader in London. He is an optimistic and very kind soul! When he told me about […]
Many people remember Terry Cole-Whittaker as a self-help evangelist of the eighties who preached prosperity and personal responsibility. She has shed that persona yet continues to teach some of the same values, helping people get a grip on their own […]