Lizz Wright will bring her rich, smoky vocals to the Alys Stephens Center on Friday, February 26 at 8 p.m.
Some days, I seem to be chasing hope. Everything seems to be falling apart, and all I want to do is crawl in bed, pull the covers over my head and pray that things will be better tomorrow. As one quote so aptly put it, I don’t want to adult today. Unfortunately, I don’t have […]
Are you feeling out of sorts at your job? Maybe it’s time to consider moving on. Melva Tate, PHR/CLC, president of Tate & Associates, LLC., offers the following signs that it might be time to transition to a new career or job: Anxiety when you enter your workplace Little to no initiative No employee engagement […]
If you’re anything like me, friendships have taken a backseat now that a husband and kid are in the mix.
Author Leslie J. Sherrod is a living witness that there is a blessing in pushing beyond your fears.
Head on over to the Central Library on Saturday, February 20 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. for the Local Authors Expo and Book Fair where you’ll have the opportunity to meet some of your favorite local authors and find some new ones to love.
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.
Trying to lose weight? Author, educator and life advocate Liana Sims is living proof that it can be done.
After being together for almost 12 years, my baby girl and I have history now. Here are a few lessons I’ve learned from being a momma.
The Gift of Friendship is a heart-warming collection of refreshing and relatable stories of what it truly means to have a friend and be a friend. Editor Dawn Camp gathers the accounts of about 50 popular bloggers and authors to illustrate the incredibly rewarding journey that is found in friendship.