1. Family Time Promo for Feb 22nd

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    • 24.12.12

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      Christmas Eve shoot by Marysia Nowobilska

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      • New Year 2015 w the family Vlog 2

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        from Nina Kim Luong / Added

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        We can be crazy awesome sometimes. Deal w my family :)

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        • This Time – Walmart

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          • FaithPath Family Time Video

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            FaithPath Family Time Video

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            • p.i.a.pouch - The Put It Away Pouch

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              Over the last few months, I have often been asked how the idea for p.i.a.pouch was born. The story goes like this… Just a short while back, in early 2014, my husband and I embarked on a 7 day cruise with our 4 teenage children. We had planned and saved a very long time for this trip and were excited to have 7 days of uninterrupted time with just our family. A few days before we left, we informed the kids that we would be confiscating their cell phones just prior to departure, as we were not going to pay the on-board fees for WiFi or cell coverage. Immediately upon hearing this life-changing announcement, all 4 jaws hit the floor simultaneously. Somehow they were still able to speak, and my husband and I began fielding questions like, “Well then what are we supposed to do on the trip?” We told them that while we weren’t certain, we thought perhaps they would like to take advantage of the TEN MILLION ACTIVITIES OFFERED ON THE CRUISE SHIP. Reluctantly, each of the kids turned in their cell phones on the first day of the trip. For the first 24 hours without their phones, our children appeared confused and disoriented. I would often see them staring at their hands. However, toward the end of the second day, we noticed a not-so-subtle shift in their personalities. We saw them relax. They engaged more with each other. With us. Real interaction. You know, the kind where they actually answer you? There was a “lightness” to them that hadn’t been there in a long time. By the third day, they started commenting on how nice it was not to have their phones. To not feel pressured to text or be texted, to post or read posts, to take pictures or look at pictures. They could just BE. It’s not just our kids who have a deep emotional attachment to their phones. It became painfully obvious to me that my husband and I were also “changed” without the constant distraction. None of this came as a real shock, but the experience was a wake-up call. By the end of the trip, we all agreed that it was the best vacation we had ever had and our kids actually thanked us for taking the phones. For real. Of course, as soon as we got off the boat, our kids were downright giddy with the anticipation of getting their phones back. Alas, in one bittersweet gesture, the phones were returned. However, the idea for p.i.a.pouch was born. The idea of a unique pouch made to hold multiple cell phones safely, that could be used wherever and whenever there was a desire to “put it away,” came to me on the long car ride home. I wanted a way to capture the experience of our trip once we were back in the real world. Even if it was just for a half-hour over dinner, or at an event together…I wanted a way to put our phones away that was simple, secure, and felt easy to implement. I also wanted the pouch to extend beyond the home. I could see it used at work, with friends, on dates…we all have ideas on when and where it might be nice to “put it away.” The idea was about developing a practice, not a punishment. It’s not about taking phones away, it’s about putting phones away. There’s a big difference. So, as soon as we got back home from our trip, I got to work. Hundreds of hours and 11 prototypes later, the first of the p.i.a. pouch products came to life. P.i.a.pouch is not an anti-cell phone crusade. It’s just a cool, useful pouch that was built to remind us… It’s OK to put it away.

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              • How Not to give up When Lifes Obstacles Get in the Way

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                I am not going to lie. This past year was very difficult for the whole family, but we made it and that is what counts. I do have to make sure not to compare myself with others successes and learn to be completely grateful for any step that I make forward. Email me with any time questions frenchhillcountry@hotmail.com

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                • Family Time! Oct 19th Invitation

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                  • Comic Con 2014

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                    A late video of the awesome events that took place at Phoenix Comic Con 2014 "Hold [Remix by the1983]" by Hands (http://www.myspace.com/handssounds)

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                    • How Are You Using Your Time?

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                      My tips and advice on how to manage your time, after my experiences! Here I will give you useful ideas and tips and tricks to fit everything that you need in that busy schedule! Please, watch more videos to obtain some more helpful tips.

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