Coronavirus

Edward and Gracie
Positive Living

Could Kindness Be the Next Pandemic?

Exploring the possibility of a lasting blessing from a tragic year.

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Positive Living

3 Fun, Easy Ways to Decorate Your Front Door for Spring

A little color brings a fresh new look to your home.

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Prayer Stories

Join Us for Guideposts’ 50th Annual Good Friday Day of Prayer

Celebrate this amazing milestone with us—submit your prayer requests, join the Facebook Live and so much more.

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Kristy Dewberry
Marriage

Marriage Lessons Learned During the Pandemic

Kristy Dewberry reveals how spending so much time at home with her husband because of Covid-19 changed her outlook regarding her marriage.

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Advice for Caregivers

5 Tips for Better Virtual Connection with Your Loved One

When Covid-19 restrictions keep you apart, try making the most of other forms of communication.

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Emotional and Mental Health

5 Tips for Keeping Healthy House Plants When You Don’t Have a Green Thumb

I killed every plant I ever owned. But after making a few simple changes, my indoor garden is thriving.

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Life Advice

Spring Forward: 7 Tips to Help You Adjust to Daylight Savings Time

Follow these simple steps to help your body and mind adjust to the time change.

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Dolly Parton
Health and Wellness

A Million Thanks to Dolly Parton

This great friend of Guideposts is decidedly not a “chicken squat.” She celebrates and gets her shot!

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Emotional and Mental Health

Why It’s Healthy to Have a Good Cry

Research supports crying as a release from stress and a path to feeling lighter.

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Emotional and Mental Health

Why We Should Make Our Mental Health a Top Priority

Everyone—everyone—is having a hard time during the pandemic. Let’s take that as permission to focus on what nurtures our emotional well-being.

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