Abraham Lincoln said:
And in the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years
All of our contributors currently contribute to Per Christum, a Catholic Blog. We started the Life in Your Years blog as a way to explore our other interests outside of Catholic Christianity. These interests are health, finance, home life, balanced living, and other regular day-to-day things that help us live balanced, healthy, lives that may not necessarily fall into these categories. This, in our opinion, is what true health, or “wellness” is about. Being strong Catholics, we will obviously emphasize the spiritual dimension to living a balanced life as well.
Health – This includes eating right, exercising, and living a balanced life. True health has an emotional, physical, social, financial, and spiritual component.
Finance – Since none of us is rich, we have had to learn the most creative ways to stretch a dollar. This includes saving money in just about every area of life, but also making smart investments.
Home Life – Keeping a home organized, happy, and looking good takes work and know-how. Celebrating holidays, raising children, sharing recipes, gardening, being the best husband or wife possible, among other regular home-related topics will be addressed here.
Balanced Living – Happiness is not about accumulating material things; it is about relationships, doing good, and building “permanent things” that matter. In the end, cultivation of friendships, strengthening of family bonds, and other lasting investments make life worth living.
Please join us as we share our insights, and share yours!
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