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Book of the Month: Connecting with Kids in a Disconnected World

I first learned about this book through Virtual Book Club with Jennifer Ettinger (@fityourstyle) on @talkshoplive to discuss Trevor...

What My Dog Taught Me About Social Distancing

Last night my dog fell asleep holding in her mouth her most prized possessions: two tennis balls. I took a picture...

5 Powerful Reasons To Go After A Career That Scares You

I’ve never been the type to shy away from things that scare me. After college, I...

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Chances are if you had met the American firearms heiress, Sarah Winchester in the early 1900s, you would not have been invited to her house. And although Sarah would have had plenty of topics to talk...
When Eddeane Sims watched her first YouTube crochet tutorial on a whim several years ago, she didn’t know it would eventually inspire a program that equipped children to creatively give back to seniors...
I only saw the back of your head for a few minutes, but the kindness you showed today in the Starbucks drive-thru remains front and center in my mind.  Your...

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Sarah Ripoli was only six years old when her mother was tragically murdered. As Sarah was downstairs in her childhood home, her mother Brenda was upstairs, shot and killed—by Sarah’s father. Sarah courageously shared her story in her fashion blog, The Scoop By Sarah Rip and spoke candidly about her experiences and life after her mother’s death. She understands the...
When you hear someone mention classic film, do you automatically think ‘boooring’?   Well, that's what I used to think, until I found myself sobbing through Now, Voyager (1942) and dreaming of playing the Bette Davis role while taking a "pleasure cruise" in a variety of fabulous hats with Paul Henreid (who also stars...