Starting a new tradition is no small task. Still, it is a worthy one. Parents especially have the opportunity to create something that lasts for generations and helps their children feel connected to a broader family narrative. Here's how to do it.
How to Start a Neighborhood Holiday Tradition
When the Holidays start, we gather with friends to light a leg lamp in our window. It brings us closer together with a little whimsy and a lot of cheer.
How to Start a Tradition That Actually Lasts
Family traditions are an expression of values, identity, and personal history. This is why building one that lasts is such a weighty, and worthy, task.
Where Did You Get That Awesome Food Tradition?
All homemade dishes have a story. Some go deeper then others.
Skål! Why It’s Time to Start Toasting Like a Swede
It turns out we're all doing toasts wrong.
Want a More Inclusive Family Holiday? Make Everyone a Sous Chef
This holiday season, don't just eat together, make the meal as a family.
35 Small Traditions To Start With Your Family
Sometimes the little things mean the most.
Still Wondering What to Give Up for Lent? This Interfaith Leader Writes Letters to His Daughters Instead
Renouncing candy has its merits, but this practice will be much more satisfying.