It was a surprise to some Men My husband was diagnosed with MS (Multiple Sclerosis). Ever since his diagnosis we’ve learned that it is more common than we knew. We’ve met so many people who know someone with MS. But for those of you who don’t know, MS is a disease that affects the central … More Through Sickness and In Health
Of course there are some nights when I don’t cook for one reason or another, so we either eat leftovers, fast food, or whatever we can find in the kitchen (we call that fend for yourself). I understand why you can’t cook Now before you think I don’t get it, trust me, I do. I … More Yes, I Cook Dinner Every Night
According to HIV.gov, 1 in 7 people are living with HIV and are unaware of their condition. Do You Know Anyone Who Has This Condition? My mother is that 1 out of 7. She found out she contracted HIV from her ex-boyfriend in 2009 when she went into a treatment facility. Until this very day … More Someone I Love Lives With HIV
It’s the most wonderful time of the year and the most stressful. Although I love the holidays for the family time and the food, ESPECIALLY the food, I also want to make sure my daughter has great memories to look back on around the holidays. I have a whirlwind of emotions and feelings when it … More It’s Okay to Tell Your Kid You Don’t Have it This Year
The B.A.G Talk Series What is The B.A.G Talk Series? B.A.G. stands for Business Access Granted and it is a free workshop held once a month. It provides legal information for businesses and is presented by Salisha Rigsbee and Christle Jones who are two local business attorneys, as well as Chelsea Richardson, who is CEO … More There’s a Free Business Legal Resource For The Culture in Phoenix
“That’s My Godbaby” For as long as I can remember I’ve always had two mothers. No, this wasn’t a same sex relationship my mom was in (although that has happened…another time). It was one of my Mom’s best friends whom she has known since the 2nd grade. She agreed to be my godmother and she … More What It Really Means to Be A Godparent
There are a lot of things in life that give me anxiety and fear, but speaking openly to my parents is not one of them. I have had so many friends during my life who tell me how hard it is for them to talk openly to their parents about various topics. If you’re reading … More Parents, it’s okay to admit you’re wrong.