Saturday, November 18, 2017

How She Helps By Teaching Business Etiquette

By Brigid Morrissey

Accountability is a word that is learned as you age into more and more responsibility. It’s a word often associated with jobs and sports, coinciding with the ability to perform. It’s a word that, until the prospective residents enroll at Family Scholar House, might not be fully understood.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Just Me and the Boys + A 2,000-Mile Road Trip

By Megan Seckman

(l-r) Sam, Christine, Josh, Dominic, and Josh at Bronco Stadium. 
After Christine Beshara-Repp’s divorce, she found herself short on funds but full of big dreams. All of a sudden, a life stretched out in front of her. Where she was to steer it, was no one’s decision but her own. But like most transitions, it took time; like most divorces, it was complicated. Christine, 42, and her ex-husband were still friends. For a while after the divorce, they actually shared their home together — a simple, temporary solution to a complex family web. Even after her ex-husband moved from the home they shared, Christine thirsted for more independence. She needed adventure, to be in the driver’s seat after so many years of idling. She needed to know she could do it, all on her own.
And so, a road trip was born.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

What To Do This Weekend

Music, drinks, and art. . .what more do you need on a Friday night? Experience After Hours at the Speed, as the Speed Museum remains open until 10pm the third Friday of every month. Each After Hours event will offer music, performances, food and drinks by Wiltshire at the Speed, and, of course, art. This Friday's events include: silent disco with local DJs, a tribute to Radiohead's In Rainbows performed by Orchestra Enigmatic, and dance, poetry, and live music performances inspired by works of art in the Speed's collection.

This weekend you can also ask questions of a science expert, enjoy family fun with science and technology, be surrounded with the holiday spirit at play performances, shop for unique craft gifts for loved ones, and more.

Check out our list below for weekend fun:

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Before Whitney Cessna Gives Nutritional Advice

By Brittani Dick

Before she gives nutritional advice, Whitney Cessna, 28, knows that she has to practice what she preaches. According to this health guru, a healthy, filling breakfast is the only real way to start a great day.

Monday, November 13, 2017

H is for Having it All (Kinda)

By Renee Murphy

Renee Murphy and kids (youngest to oldest: Kellan, Katherine, and Keefe) at home. Photo by Patti Hartog

One topic my girlfriends and I talk about on a regular basis is how we struggle, almost daily, with how to be a “boss” at our jobs and still be the best mom and wife on the planet. No pressure, right? In 2014 career strategist and author Megan Dall-Camina surveyed 1,000 women in the workforce about their well-being. Seventy percent of those surveyed believe the concept of success at home and work were a myth. Forty percent told Dall-Camina they were hanging on by a thread.

Sunday, November 12, 2017

No-Knead Artisan Rolls

By Paige Rhodes

Hosting Thanksgiving is stressful enough without having to worry about making everything the day of. Save yourself a ton of trouble by prepping and cooking foods such as vegetables, desserts, and baked goods ahead of time. These recipes can be started even a couple of days before Thanksgiving to give yourself ample time to deal with that turkey and dressing.
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