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Love Home

February is more than just a great time to show the ones you love how you feel, it is also a great time fall in love all over again with your home! Whether you are looking to make your home a little greener or looking for safe ways for the...

Resolutions and Roasted Vegetables

There’s something about the concept of “new” that is so kind. New feels generous, to yourself and the world around you. New looks like intention and prioritizing. New sounds like second chances and revitalized ambition, (it also sounds like hot, bubbling coffee and sunny Sunday family brunch)....

Winterize Baby’s Skin

Winter weather can wreak havoc on baby’s delicate skin, and February in Tampa is one of our sunny state’s coldest times. To help your babies stay comfortable through the chilly month ahead, check out these top five tips:...

Peaceful Divorce

Often when people decide to get divorced, their emotions are heightened and their ability to think rationally is not always at the forefront. As a therapist, I often encounter adults still struggling with their parents’ divorce. Some have experienced unhealthy and damaging conflict as children that negatively affect their present...

Body Talk

Women have a lot going on: family commitments, work engagements, plans with friends. Divided between the myriad chores and to-do lists that may make up our lives, it’s easy to ignore the small things and dive into the chaos and cacophony that is modern life. ...

A Stroke of Imagination
A child’s inspiration comes from many different places, so why shouldn’t it come from your...

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New beginnings can be thrilling and horrifying. The heart-racing excitement parents and college-bound kids feel just before the big send-off is often over-shadowed by an...

So, I wouldn’t want to repeat my high school years. I wouldn’t go back to that awkward stage when I was faking my way of...

Becoming a parent can be daunting. So many choices. So many decisions. Car seats, cribs, strollers – I often wonder how my son has survived...