Author Tiffany L. Warren wants other moms to know that being a parent doesn’t mean you can’t pursue your dreams.
Do you know a teen who needs to be inspired?
A few months ago, it was laid on my heart to reach out to a woman to interview her for my weekly book column for Hope for Women magazine. As it turned out, we had a lot of things in common—besides being authors, we attended the University of Alabama together (Roll Tide!), and we’ve done […]
Former Bachelorette star Emily Maynard Johnson is back in the spotlight with her first book.
Spring is right around the corner, and for many, that means it’s time to get the house and office space clean. If you find the thought overwhelming, Crystal M. NeVille, chief operating officer of Christian Brothers Janitorial Service, wants you to know it can be done.
There are many days when I wonder what I did before I was a mom.
Kym Nicole Oubre used a little makeup to help her overcome depression and low self-esteem, and she’s hoping her new book will do the same for other women.
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 […]