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Let's Make Summer Last Longer
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Let's Make Summer Last Longer
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Stepping Stones
Issue #158
Do you have a friend whose Millennial has boomeranged home? Please let her know about our book, Whose Couch Is It Anyway? And you can share this Stepping Stones by clicking the black "Forward to a Friend" link on the bottom left of this newsletter. 
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Let's Make Summer Last Longer
Now that summer is half over, are you looking for ways to slow down the clock and enjoy each day to its fullest? Albert Einstein may be known for the Theory of Relativity but you can appreciate that the speed of time is relative. When you want to savor every moment of a priceless experience, it's over in a snap - but time crawls when you're in pain or even in an embarrassing spot.
It seems that the older we get and the more we want to hold back time, the faster it moves. Even though daylight hours in summer are longer, they fly by. Whether you travel or stick close to home, take some time off. These tips can enrich your summer days and help you create memories that keep you warm when fall begins:
Have some fun. Psychologists tell us we overestimate the amount of free time we'll have in the future and underestimate how long it will take us to complete a task. So schedule some playtime for yourself now and along the way. And getting together with friends you haven't seen in awhile is a good way to reconnect.
Enjoy the outdoors. Take advantage of these glorious long days. See the sun rise with an early morning walk around your neighborhood. Leave your phone behind as you enjoy the cool stillness of the morning with only the sounds of birds accompanying you. Have your lunch outside where you feel the warmth of the sun. And, at the end of the day, set aside time to relax, put your feet up and watch a beautiful sunset.
Do something different. Including novelty creates a vivid picture, making it easier to remember. Add new experiences to your summer and each day seems longer. So join a beach yoga group, enroll in an art class, try your hand at writing poetry or check out a new local restaurant.  
Explore your community. Have you been too busy during the year to notice what's changing in your own neighborhood? Plan an outing to a park or community center or head to the library or museum for a revisit. There are sure to be special events scheduled during the summer.
Create family memories. Whether you go away for a family vacation or take advantage of summer concerts in the park, spend quality time together. You can try out different activities or build on ones your brood already enjoys. You'll enjoy looking back on them over the year.  
When you use these tips, you'll find that you're more likely to remember this summer as a series of unique experiences, full of long, rich days. Although you can't actually stop the clock, you can slow it down to make this summer feel like it lasts longer.
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Did you celebrate your child's college graduation last month? If so, you may be experiencing the recent trend of boomerang kids moving home. Called a cultural shift, for you it can be a second chance at parenting, for them a possibility to pay back student loans, explore the job market or save for graduate school.
But this transition has its challenges, and Whose Couch Is It Anyway? Moving Your Millennial can help. Our book is a collection of narratives with a self-help component. Here's what one of our colleagues has to say:
"As the mother of millennial children, torn between wanting them to live at home again and wanting to help them prosper in the new world order, I found the case studies in Whose Couch Is It Anyway refreshingly authentic. The authors offer insight into the universal condition of parenthood and provide practical solutions for how to move forward with purpose."
Remember that there's a fine line between providing a safety net and stifling growth. If you buy Whose Couch Is It Anyway? Moving Your Millennial for yourself, a family member or a friend, you'll get targeted guidance and support.  
Whose Couch Is It Anyway? is available both as a soft cover version and as a kindle/iPad version from Fuze Publishing and from Amazon.
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