Vaccines and Children

Today's conversation is to inform and educate. Any information provided must be addressed with your own pediatrician. Dr. Alexis Marí Orama is a board-certified pediatrician who was born and raised in New York City. Dr. Orama’s path to medical school was not a traditional one. She attended a small, private college in a suburb of... Continue Reading →

Cooking con Omi –

Check out my latest conversations with Omi from Cooking with Omi. During quarantine there were a few "accidental influencers" on Instagram and Omi from Cooking con Omi is one of them! She is talented, gifted, and full of life. Her ode to her culture and her home-cooked meals make each post entertaining, informative, and educational.... Continue Reading →

Are you busy or productive?

Sometimes we feel that busyness gives us value. We often find ourselves running around like a chicken without its head... and we say to ourselves we must be contributing to life!!! I believe that the pandemic and worldwide imposed quarantine changed the definition of busyness. How much of what we do is necessary or simply... Continue Reading →

SCARS

I have a few physical scars. Some obvious to the naked eye, others covered by cloth. I have many more scars that are unseen. I call them soul scars. Little divots that have keloid. I feel them from time to time. Some scars almost broke me into a million pieces. Scars that ripped so deep... Continue Reading →

I did nothing...absolutely nothing! Some would call it observing the Sabbath or a mental health day. I spent an entire Saturday in my pajamas. No TV, no background music. No conversations, no texting. Just reading, meditating, journaling and laying still. Some of you may have felt that the entire year of 2020 was your Sabbath,... Continue Reading →

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