It has been interesting to hear about some of the changes people have made while quarantined.
While there are many things that will return to a familiar pattern, you are faced with the challenge to create a “new normal” for all that remains.
All this fear, uncertainty and isolation are taking a toll on you and your kids. So let’s take a moment to do a quick review of everyone’s physical and emotional health.
Finding the perfect Mother’s Day gift year after year can sometimes feel impossible. The standard bouquet of flowers or sweet treat just doesn’t quite express appreciation the way that moms deserve.
It has never been as important that we, as citizens, think critically and consider the sources from which we receive news about this subject.
Someone once said that “numbers cannot tell stories.” But I beg to differ. Sometimes the number is the story. Other times a number gives accent to the story. On occasion a number can even paint a picture. In my various readings about the coronavirus over the past few weeks I’ve been collec…
The effects of exposure to video screens on phones, tablets, monitors and televisions has been a topic of study for over two decades now (and even longer when it comes to the effects of TV).
Although for the time being, our mother city to the north will continue with all the restrictions of the stay-at-home orders, we here in Williamson County will slowly begin to emerge from quarantine this week.
After Gov. Bill Lee announced Monday that Tennessee would begin a phased re-engagement of our economy beginning in May, you would have thought my Thursday morning drive was a normal weekday morning commute into Nashville.
Gradually, that all changed. Families acquired more and more TVs, to the point where each family member had their own and could watch it in isolation. T
Getting a good night's sleep is essential to a healthy mind and body. Of course with hectic schedules, kids, and many other distractions, getting enough sleep is easier said than done. So, what can you do to help yourself not only get to bed earlier, but also sleep better? Here are some tips…
This weekend, I was one of the more than 11,000 Tennesseans who wended their way through parking lots to get a swab shoved up my nose for a COVID-19 test.
We don’t often think about how helpful our rhythms are until a pandemic completely upends every single aspect of our life and throws us and our children together 24/7.
It is crucial to educate teens about the logic (and safety) behind isolation and social distancing during this pandemic if they are going to do their part.
Unless Gov. Bill Lee changes his mind, Tennesseans will be free Tuesday to go about their daily activities regardless of danger to themselves or other people — even as we know many have contracted the COVID-19 virus that has claimed the lives of more than 100 in the state since early March.
As I was imagining what some of our older favorite TV shows would be like if they were running currently, I decided to write a script for a scene for an coronavirus episode of Seinfeld.
Once you have helped your kid understand the basics about the virus and how they can do their part to stay well, there will likely be some specific questions kids may have.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve spent a lot of time listening to Williamson County business owners tell me how the coronavirus pandemic has hurt the companies they worked so hard to build.