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Super Bowl Snacks: 3 easy recipes

Super Bowl Snacks: 3 easy recipes

The big game is almost here and like most of us, ordering pizza, opening a can of cheese and a bag of chips for snacks has crossed your mind. Well step away from the Velveeta! These Mexican-style snacks are easy, nutritious, and delicious – the perfect additions to your Super Bowl party! This first recipe […]

Super Bowl Sunday: Game day winning snack

Super Bowl Sunday: Game day winning snack

It doesn’t matter which team you’re rooting for (or if you’re like me and don’t even know who’s playing), there’s one thing we can all agree on this Super Bowl Sunday…FOOD! No party would be complete without an awesome spread of finger foods, snacks and appetizers. This simple and delicious three-ingredient recipe is a great […]

Family Fitness: Work and grow together

Family Fitness: Work and grow together

this blog is brought to you by guest contributor Zyana Morris, Health and Lifestyle blogger.  Exercise can be a family affair that teaches life-long skills promoting healthy practices and healthy lifestyle choices. Kids will model what they see in their parents, and if they are not going with you to the gym they simply won’t know that exercise […]

The new parents’ guide to handling visitors

The new parents’ guide to handling visitors

From the moment your bundle of joy finally arrives everyone, it seems, is eager to meet your baby. We are drawn to new life like a moth to flame.  Navigating through the post-baby visitor scenario can be quite tricky. One local Mom recalls having just had an emergency C-section and delivering her 6-week premature baby […]

Technology: Then & Now

Technology: Then & Now

Yes, it’s true, times they have definitely changed, but the lament of better times gone by from one generation to the next tends to remain the same. We all long for the softer, kinder, gentler days of yesteryear. Yet it’s possible that our memories are just a liiiiittle bit skewed – who doesn’t want to […]

A call to action: ‘Step In’ to prevent teen suicide

A call to action: ‘Step In’ to prevent teen suicide

As I write this, it’s been exactly two months since my community was rocked by the sudden death of one of its youth. Two months…the blink of an eye and a lifetime, all at once. In the immediate aftermath there was much blame and fingers being pointed as news broke across social media – born […]

The last time

The last time

As I reached for my daughter’s hand after school the other day, there was a pause before she reached back…This is a brand new thing, that pause. Not so long ago – like before Christmas break – it was an almost instantaneous mutual reach out whenever we were walking together. Within the space of that […]

Disconnecting to Reconnect

Disconnecting to Reconnect

In late October of 2015, my family made a radical decision. Some people scoffed at our naiveté, some approved, and some thought the whole thing ridiculous. The journey was challenging, and the results shocked us. Sunday mornings, our family is at church, and the solid friendships, good conversation, and faith building that happens during that […]

Asthma in Children: Triggers, Symptoms, the Air You Breathe

Asthma in Children: Triggers, Symptoms, the Air You Breathe

this guest post is brought to you by Dustin Jefferson Onghanseng, co-founder of uHoo Asthma is a common chronic ailment of childhood. In fact, nearly nine million children in the United States have asthma and most of them develop symptoms even before the age of five. Like any chronic condition, asthma can have a significant effect […]

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