Growing Bolder

How to Take the Best Care of Your Eyes

Your eyes will reward you for it. Vision is an essential sense for most individuals. However, many of us take this gift for granted by not taking good care of our eyes. As a result, we may develop eye complications, injuries, or nerve damage, which subsequently leads us to things like prescription glasses, contact lenses,

Telehealth: A New Way to Connect

By Mridula Nadamuni, MD ~ The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a unique set of challenges. It has brought about a period of unprecedented change as we navigate social distancing and other mitigation strategies designed to minimize the catastrophic spread of the illness. Even as hospitals prepare to care for our most vulnerable patients who are

Simple Ways to Reduce Anxiety During this Health Crisis

By Marlene Caraballo ~ In light of what’s going on worldwide right now, life can feel out of control, and many of us could use a few simple strategies to cope with our rising anxiety. Watching the news, feeling the rising fear, seeing people hoarding necessities, and the increasing worry we have for the health

Women Taking the Lead

By Barbara Glass ~ International Women’s Day has always been a celebration of “becoming” for women everywhere. The advances made by women in the past century are staggering and should be applauded. It’s not just because we give birth (although that deserves applause, in and of itself), but for our success as leaders and innovators

One Woman’s Kitsch is Another Mom’s Tchotchke

By Debra Goldie Jones ~ My mother, bless her heart, could have used an extra bathroom. With four kids claiming the bathroom upstairs and the downstairs “utility room” overflowing with loads of laundry, she resorted to the kitchen windowsill to hold a small cadre of personal care products. One particularly unappetizing and cringe-worthy repository was

So, You Were Downsized

You Are More Than Your Job Title By Nickquolette Barrett ~ The work environment has changed. Job expectations have changed. Life outside of your career has changed. And, now, your position is being eliminated. Yes, eliminated. But how could that be? You’ve worked here for 15, 20, or even 30-plus years. What are you to

How to Make Space for a Growing Home-Based Business

By Tina Martin  ~ Working out of a home office is an excellent strategy for saving money when starting a business, but eventually, you’ll want to scale. You could rent office space, but depending on where you live, that could cost anywhere from under $30 per square foot per year to more than $90. On a

Connect with Those Who Matter

By Lauren Midgley ~ Is it that we are so busy with life, that we forget to reach out to those who matter? But aren’t WE touched when someone reaches out to us to say, “I was thinking about you”? The relationships in our life do matter to us, and it’s up to us to

How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count the Hairs

By Debra Goldie Jones ~ Valentine’s Day will soon be upon us, and, depending on your perspective (and Facebook status), you may regard it as a hint from Cupid’s bow or a hit for Hallmark’s coffers. When a text is just too tacky, or you can’t find a good $6.95 greeting card, it might be

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