For the majority of my life, I have been one of those women who have always been "top-heavy." An early bloomer, I wore bras as early as 9. In high school, I was the student always being sent to the dean...
January is the National Cervical Health Awareness month. Cervical cancer screening is like wearing a seatbelt – it might feel unnecessary until it saves your life. Getting checked for cervical cancer is crucial for women's health, offering a preventive edge...
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Each year, millions of people make New Year’s resolutions. According to Forbes Magazine, only 8 percent of people who make resolutions stick to them after the first month. Forbes states, “Failing at New Year’s resolutions is so common that there’s even...
  Grab your hot tea and coziest socks because we're sharing book recommendations to help you you master your New Year's resolutions. Whether you're wanting to revamp your finances or stop procrastinating, we've got you covered. Atomic Habits by James Clear This...
It is more common to see multi-generational family members living together and caring for each other than in previous generations. The term “Sandwich Generation” relates to those individuals who find themselves squeezed between the responsibilities of caring for parents as...
I came home from running errands one day. I was very overstimulated. I love my children, but that day, they were being "extra." When I checked my mail, I found something with my name, which was unusual because my mailbox...
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  This week, I am joined by my friend, my business partner, and the woman who delivered my second baby (and coincidentally saved my life), Dr. Ileana Bernal-Blair. We talked about all things breast cancer...
Navigating the Physical and Emotional Labor of Mothering Motherhood is romanticized and celebrated, and rightfully so, as it encompasses immeasurable love, care, and nurturing. However, a profoundly burdensome aspect of motherhood is often beneath this idyllic facade - the mental...
There is no better reason to have an estate plan in place than for the well-being of your minor children. When I speak to families with minors, they usually believe they are too young, too healthy, or don't have...
As I walked into the crowded room of women, I scanned the room for an empty seat. A friend looked at me apologetically as her table had filled up before I arrived. I looked for another familiar face, but...

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