By Marianne WindhamWindham Travel and Leisure I will call this article “An Interview with Myself.” This is my truth. In the past 10 months, droves of people have asked me so many questions, out of complete bewilderment and genuine concern. I want to touch on these, and hopefully give you a much more positive and … Continue reading An Interview with Myself
By Rethemious K Lynn-CEO It’s Adonai The world is more complicated than most of us have ever experienced. The ways that we have learned to communicate have changed so that we are now charged with finding creative ways to talk to and be with others. For those of us who continue to work and see … Continue reading Senior Adults and Loneliness
By Clare Johnson-Coach Merino Trampoline Gymnastics Academy Hello! My name is Clare Johnson, I am 23 years old and I am a coach at Merino Trampoline Gymnastics Academy. This year in April I married Paul Bretscher, who is also an athlete with MTGA, and we coach the developmental team together. After more than 15 years … Continue reading Merino Trampoline Gymnastics Academy: Introducing Clare Johnson, Coach
By Dale Kuehl-Financial Advisor The social distancing and stay-at-home orders necessitated by the Coronavirus have led many of us to feel isolated. Still, we’ve fought back through social media, “virtual” gatherings and walks in the neighborhood, where we could greet friends and neighbors (from 6 feet away). When you’re dealing with the financial effects of … Continue reading Why Should You See a Financial Advisor?
By Tamara HarrelsonArdent Pre-School and Daycare, Marketing ManagerArdent’s newest location, situated right off I-565 on Rideout Road (Exit 14), comes complete with artificial turf fields, covered playgrounds and a splash pad! This facility also has an indoor/outdoor courtyard designed just for infants. This bright, pour-and-play covered, courtyard provides a scrape free way for infants to … Continue reading Now Open! Ardent Preschool & Daycare of Redstone