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. However, these days our celebrations...
"To celebrate our heritage, promote tourism, and build pride in Pensacola through festive activities which enhance the quality of life in our community." Fiesta Pensacola, founded in 1949 as the Fiesta of Five Flags, began as an event to promote...
If it happened, it has relevance. It’s part of family history and holds deep value in understanding the here and now. If you have not lived it yourself, can you truly understand? At best, you can listen and try....
Women are most often the primary medical decision-makers in families, and we do our best to make the best choices - the safest choices for ourselves, our children, and our spouses. We try to be informed. Unfortunately, we are...
According to the CDC's latest study (2020), 1 in 54 children are on the autism spectrum, up from 1 in 88 in 2010. Once parents receive this life-changing diagnosis, they immediately seek information, guidance, and resources. Fortunately for families in...
  In recent days, the Asian American community has been shaken up by the tragic events in Atlanta. And rightfully so. Some may say that it’s just "media hype.” However, I will tell you from first-hand experience that our fears...
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 the 8th grade. As it...
  In some way, we all want to do something in our community that has a meaning, purpose, and reach. Our ideas can often be lofty, and with an ever increasingly busy schedule, it can feel unattainable. You have to ask...
“Empathy is our ability to feel with someone.”  That’s how Brené Brown so clearly defines it in this RCA short. We learn empathy from the traumas we’ve all faced in our lives. The beauty of this means our traumas don’t...
See what I did there? A little accounting humor to kick this post off. I graduated with a degree in accounting and passed the CPA Exam in 1992. After one day in the audit department, I transferred to tax....

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I'm sure the question "What are we eating for dinner?" comes up quite frequently at your house as it does in mine. And who...