Whether you are new to the workforce, returning after some time away or thinking of switching careers, Melva Tate, PHR/CLC, wants you to network.
Author Paula Chase makes her middle-grade book debut with So Done, a novel about friends who reunite after a summer apart.
If you’re anything like me, you may struggle with how to help your children develop a relationship with God. In addition to reading the Bible together, here a few devotionals to help. Please note: Affiliate links included.
I’m a planner by nature, so it’s no surprise that as we inch closer to September, my mind is already on my organizational planner needs for 2019. If you know even a little about me, you know I live by my organizational planner—pretty much everywhere I go, it goes—and I’m always looking for ways I […]
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The new school year started last week, and I find myself a little nostalgic. Maybe it’s the fact that my daughter is now in high school, but I find myself wondering if I’m sowing into her life in the way she needs so that she knows her value and worth.
The first day of school is hard enough without the added pressure of transitioning to a new environment, but for many families that will be the reality once classes begin in August. So how can parents help?
Corey McKinney’s book Coach Daryl’s Colts (Going for Two) is proof that one person can make a difference.
School starts this week here in Birmingham, and other areas will be starting soon. I thought now was a good time to say a prayer for not only our students, but all those who interact with them. Please join me in saying a prayer for the new school year.
Tonya H. Allen, the August 2018 Momma of the Month, has forged an amazing career as a human resource manager, but she has a calling for Diane’s Heart, the nonprofit she started for single mommas and their children to honor her late mom.