Taking the Time to Be Inspired

by Heidi Doxey “I would love to get more involved.” “That’s so cool that you had an experience like that.” “I wish I had known about it; I think I would have really enjoyed it.” “I don’t really have any opportunities to network or anything right now.” Have you ever said any of the above […]


(And, yes, that stairwell is real.) by Hadley Duncan Howard I stayed up nearly all night, glued to the television. It was Election Night 2000, the night that no news network could predict or call a clear victor in the presidential election between Al Gore and George W. Bush. I stayed with my favorite newsman […]

Clearing the Path

Image credit: Avery Studio by Tiffany Gee Lewis I had an epiphany last week. Our family was in South Florida for spring break, enjoying the beach and visiting old friends. One of my good friends, Sharon, is expecting her fifth child and runs a successful modeling management company, a job she is able to do […]

A Precarious Balance

Image credit: Alyss by Tiffany Gee Lewis Last week, I had what one would call a well-balanced day: I climbed out of bed at 5:15 a.m. for a 6-mile run, coming home just in time to make my kids a hot breakfast and send them off to school with a home-packed lunch. I tidied the […]

More Tips on Working (outside the home) While Having a Young Family

Image credit: Doug Shall by Kris Tina Carlston Following up on last month’s post regarding working outside the home, I was thrilled with some of the comments and suggestions presented by several readers. Because I enjoyed the discussion so much, this month I wanted to provide a part II and discuss some of the ideas […]

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