My Mom ... circa 1953? Somehow, this weekend, I was half-asleep, listening in the dark for the dog (when I hear her collar jingle I wait to see if she's coming to the bedroom door to give it a scratch, indicating she wants out), when a vivid memory hit my... Read more →

By Donna DeClemente, Donna's Promo Talk The second week of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi are now way underway and Team USA has been amazing as well as many of the other athletes. What I love about the Games the most is hearing some of the personal stories about... Read more →

Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess I write a lot of articles for a client that have to do with caregiving and the role of caregivers in their aging parents' lives. When I started writing for them, caregiving was a foreign concept -- one that didn't impact me and one... Read more →

Nettie Reynolds: A Mother's Work is Never Done

Moms everywhere will appreciate this little 'essay' Nettie Reynolds delivered recently and shared with others on YouTube. It harkens back to the times of our childhood when Mom was our all. It reminds us that, as Mothers ourselves, we have a lot of work to do. And, it inspires us... Read more →

by Yvonne DiVita Helen of Troy is thought to be one of the most beautiful women in the universe. I will admit I know little of the Greek myth other than that - and I have no idea what the concept of 'beauty' was back then. But, the myth of... Read more →

Guest Post by Renee Martinez Part of being a parent, (possibly one of the hardest parts), is knowing when to let go and letting your child make their own mistakes and asserting their own independence. Striking that perfect balance of providing guidance while stepping back so he can confidently learn... Read more →