Honey Harris

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Born and raised in Pensacola, Honey lived away for 19 years before moving back in 2018. After graduating from Vanderbilt University, she moved to DC where she spent over a decade working on campaigns and consulting for Members of Congress. She and her husband, Chuck, made the decision to come back to Pensacola with their son, Charlie, in 2018. Since then, she has opened her own political and nonprofit consulting firm, welcomed their baby girl Godwin, and is loving every second of being back home with her family.

Entertaining Kids With Boring Errands

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We didn’t take a big family summer vacation this year. To be honest, I didn’t plan ahead of time and the end of the school year snuck up on me. I figured we could...

Pensacola Mom Collective Guide to the Fourth of July

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Our Fourth of July festivities changed drastically after having children. It’s one of my favorite holidays and as such, I feel that anything less than a major celebration is doing America’s birthday a disservice....

Weathering Hurricane Season

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Any time we have a major storm in Pensacola, we tell ourselves that the risk of a hurricane is the tradeoff to living in paradise the rest of the year. Storm prep, docks floating...

Sweet Sleep: How Ascension Sacred Heart Can Help

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We all know sleep is important for our kids (and us!), but I recently had the chance to chat with Gulnur Com, MD, and Sonia Smith, DNP at the Studer Family Children's Hospital at...

Women’s History Month: Smashing Through the Glass Ceiling at MACH 2

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We can all look back on a moment in our school years that had a deep and lasting impact on our lives. For me, it was the suggestion for my history fair project in...

What to Leave In, What to Leave Out in the New Year

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The New Year is a great opportunity to take a moment to pause, see what’s working, what’s not, and what might be missing. New Year’s resolutions often consist of these wonderful habits we plan to...

America’s Day

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There are moments in life that make you stop in awe of being part of something much bigger than yourself. I have a crystal-clear memory from when I was no more than five or...

Learning Compromise Through Christmas Decorating

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My husband and I were friends before we dated and then dated for several years before getting engaged. I felt like we really knew each other when we exchanged our “I do's.” We had...

Caring for Your Child’s Vision: An Eye-Opening Discussion with Dr. Casey Mickler

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I recently had the opportunity to chat with Dr. Casey Mickler about pediatric eye health. What I expected to be an informative overview turned into a fascinating discussion about the advances in technology and...
The parenting and career equation

Solving the Parenting and Career Equation

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Recently, I was chatting with a friend about her next possible career moves, and she said something that put words to a struggle I’ve had since our first child was born.  “Before I got...