Enhancing Lives in 2018 One Family Member At A Time

Sometimes in life, helping others is the best way to help yourself. Seeing other people smile is the ideal tonic for any source of sadness or sense of underachievement. Supporting outsiders is good. But nothing beats actively generating happiness among your nearest and dearest. After all, family is the most important thing in the world.  

Many people fall into the trap of trying to do too much. In truth, you can enhance the lives of the most important individuals in your life with just a single gesture for each. Here’s how.

The Kids

The kids are naturally the biggest priority in your life. If you asked them what they want for a better life, they’d probably answer with a PlayStation game or toy. As a loving parent, though, you want to think about the far more important factors in life.  

If possible, sending your son or daughter to a private school is a great option. This gives them the best opportunity to gain a winning education. In turn, this should open the door to college and greater life prospects. While your kid might not fully appreciate it now, they will do in the future.  

Besides, bullying and similar issues tend to be less problematic in those establishments too.


 Your Partner

 If there’s only one person that you are likely to take for granted in life, it’s your partner. This isn’t something you do on purpose, but that doesn’t make it any less problematic. Thankfully, overcoming the problem isn’t as difficult as you probably fear.  

 Showing a little love and affection goes a long way. Booking a romantic weekend away can restore those feelings of love and attraction. Meanwhile, you can use this as an opportunity to buy a few sentimental products to brighten up the home. Those reminders will keep spirits high.  

If getting away for a vacation isn’t on the cards, dates in the local town will suffice.


The best way to make your brother or sister smile is to rebuild that close relationship you shared as kids. In truth, there’s only one way to achieve this goal. And that’s by spending more time together as one happy family.  

A lot of families wrongly assume that this quality time together needs to be costly and time-consuming. Ultimately, though, the simple gestures like sharing a family meal together can make the biggest impact. Simple talking and reminiscing can be emotionally satisfying.   

It’s easy to fall into the cycle of only seeing each other on birthdays and the festive period. Break that trend by becoming a more common presence, and the smiles will soon show.


Your Parent(s)

After a lifetime of relying on your parents, their retirement is a time to give back. Unfortunately, the options are a little limited. One thing you can do, however, is help them find a better living situation.  

If your parent requires assisted living, it’s important to find a solution built around their needs. A care home that understands the different types of dementia can offer a far better service than generic ones. Meanwhile, those with friendly staff and good visiting possibilities are very rewarding.

Whether they move to residential care or stay at home with assistance doesn’t matter. Managing their finances so that they always have the necessary comforts will prove to be helpful. Job done.   

How are you enhancing lives in 2018? What are some things you are doing to make those closest to you feel great? Please share in the comments below. I really would love to know.

Until next time, shine amongst the stars!

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37 thoughts on “Enhancing Lives in 2018 One Family Member At A Time

  1. This is a great sharing. Sometimes the pressure of work makes us do not spend the time with the family. This year I have plans to hold holiday days with my family. Thanks for sharing!

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