Use these conversation starters about service to others to kick off a whole holiday season filled with meaningful family discussions about giving back.
What does family dinner mean to you? Share your answers on social media and be entered to win a copy of “Eat, Laugh, Talk: The Family Dinner Playbook.”
The Begay family, members of tribal communities in Montana, share how they honor traditions at their family dinners while working towards healthier meals.
“When I say to be kind, I don’t mean only to the people who think the same way…I mean be kind to everyone.”
Meet the Robbins family! Christopher is the founder of Familius Publishing, the company behind our new book “Eat, Laugh, Talk: The Family Dinner Playbook.” The Family: Christopher and Michele Robbins of Sanger, CA, and their kids: Konnor, Taylor, Kienan, Cameron, Joshua, Sarah, Christian, Elizabeth, and Mariam. The kids range in age from 9 to 27. […]
September 17 is Constitution Day, a national day of observance in the United States that celebrates the adoption of the U.S. Constitution and those who have become citizens throughout the history of the nation. The occasion is observed on September 17 as a nod to the Constitutional Convention, at which delegates signed the original document […]
It’s an exciting time at The Family Dinner Project! We’re thrilled to announce the release of our new book, Eat, Laugh, Talk: The Family Dinner Playbook, published October 1, 2019 from Familius Press. Based on our decade of working with over 1 million real families to solve their dinnertime challenges, Eat, Laugh, Talk offers 52 […]