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Ten Tips to Help Achieve Work-Life Balance

By: Gabrielle Gardiner  Achieving work-life balance isn’t easy, especially without our normal routines. Now that remote work has been the norm for quite some time, it’s crucial to make sure the whole family strives for healthy habits. For parents struggling with balancing family and work demands, sticking to daily practices to lead a productive, happy […]

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Sunshine After the Rain

By: Ashley Dillman Bruce, a divorce and family law attorney at Bruce Law Firm, with offices in  West Palm Beach and Wellington You know that feeling after it’s been raining all week with days of endless gray clouds, and then suddenly the clouds dissipate and the sun comes out? Isn’t it a great feeling? You feel freer, lighter, and ready […]

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How to 4th of July in 2020

The sun shines, the smell of sizzling burgers and hot dogs fills the air, the sound of children laughing, running and playing in the background, as parents and people of all ages gather to celebrate. That’s right people! We are talking about the 4th of July! What better holiday to bring together family, old friends […]

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Kendra Scott Virtual Giveback Event

We are excited to be partnering with Kendra Scott at the Gardens Mall for a virtual shopping event, July 1-4th! When you make a purchase, 20% of all proceeds will benefit Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in Palm Beach County.(There also might be a special sale going on!) Use code: GIVEBACK8055 at checkout.

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Loneliness

I will never forget the moment I heard health officials instruct the public to practice Social distancing. We were instructed to stay home, avoid crowds and distance ourselves from people outside our nuclear family. Then, one by one everything began to shut down. In a world where the distance between humans grows wider and wider […]

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June 28th

June 28, 2006, was a day like any other.  I was 26 years old and working for a luxury resort as a recruiting manager.  I had amazing siblings, nieces and nephews whom I adored, growth in a job with an incredible company, and I was dating a good man that I envisioned would one day […]

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STEM Rockets for Kids

After my boys watched astronauts launch into Space, we wanted to make some rockets of our own! These vinegar baking soda rockets are a great STEM project to keep children entertained and incorporate educational aspects.  As the kids integrated different ingredients, we spoke about how rockets take advantage of momentum when they launch and the […]

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Navigating Loss

Words completely failed me and they still do. My mind seems to be doing fine then a reminder of Rebecca’s favorite food or memory will come and I’m back to square one of debilitating, utterly miserable grief. So many questions of “what if” or “why God,” numb from the pain, the anger that she didn’t […]

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