Crib – check! Car seat – check! Minivan – check! College Savings Plan – check! Life Insurance – oops! Life Insurance – one of the most forgotten, yet important financial decisions parents need to make. It’s easy to think about all of the stuff...
  I don’t know about y’all, but I’m ready for some cooler, dryer weather. Some fall foliage would be nice too, but I won’t get greedy. Growing up in the north, the start of school and the beginning of fall...
  The college planning and admissions process can be overwhelming. Between the applications, transcripts, essays, financial aid paperwork and housing choices... How do you know where to even start? And that's if your student already knows what college or university...
As days seem to currently mesh together, I have come to determine during these hectic times, you can’t pour from an empty cup. I find myself asking a lot of questions. One being top of mind is, am I...
I've been watching reality shows since their infancy. I began by watching MTV's The Real World in high school. This was followed by The Osbournes, The Anna Nicole Show, and Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica into my college years. At...
I grew up around music. My grandfather played guitar every day. I can still remember his voice singing folk songs he heard on the local radio station in Puerto Rico. I was introduced to the recorder, the bells, and...
A year into the pandemic, we are starting to hit a stride of staying at home. We went from organized activities just about every day of the week to being home most of the time. Now, if we go...
          April is Autism Awareness Month, but Autism Awareness is every day for us. My son Aiden was diagnosed with Autism at two years old and for the most part, I feel like my whole...
I just want to know what happened to supporting other Moms. Prior to 2020, we actually liked each other. We didn't have to personally know other moms on social media, but we could applaud them and cheer on their...
Let’s be honest: “It’s been a tough year” is an understatement. We suddenly became remote school teachers, our kids have been in school inconsistently--in person, hybrid, virtual--it’s been a lot to juggle. And we have become masters of managing...

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As days seem to currently mesh together, I have come to determine during these hectic times, you can’t pour from an empty cup. I...

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