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Teens in Need

By Brittany Farrar

In the state of Tennessee, 8,000 children are in foster care and approximately 350 of the kids don’t have identified adoptive homes. Nationwide, and in our state, most children available for adoption are teenagers and in 2019, less than 5% of the children adopted aged 15 to 18 years old. Children have a much higher chance of adulthood […]

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5 private tours of Nashville to try

By Editor

Want a tour that’s a little more personal and tailored to your interests? There are several tours that could fit the bill, here courtesy of toursbylocals.com we list five of the more unusual ones… Nashville’s history of Booze, Beer and,…

Private Nashville Tour of Whiskey, Prohibition and the Making of alcohol If you like whiskey you […]

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11 reasons why you should still be wearing a mask

By Editor

So the kids can go back to school. The best way to keep the kids safe at school is to make sure the level of COVID-19 in your community is very low. Wear a mask to make sure your community can keep your kids healthy at school. So small businesses can open and stay open. The […]

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How are you doing? A Mental Health Check-In

By Brittany Farrar

We’ve talked a lot about mental health for the last year and a half, especially in the early months of COVID-19 and its impending isolation. During the pandemic, there have been heightened levels of fear, anxiety, and depression causing an increase in mental health concerns. Understanding your own mental health is still just as important […]

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Best Exercise to Reduce the Stress of Desk Work

By Stefan Zavalin

Most people think doing a couple of exercises will fix the majority of their postural issues. Yet, we don’t do corrective exercises. And since many of us struggle to do even basic exercises, it is no surprise that stretching and corrective exercises fall even further down on the priority list. Truly, the best exercises for […]

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The Best Advice for Squeezing Healthy Sleep Habits Into Shift Work

By Sophie Letts

Many of us live our daily lives running on fumes. If you need to change your schedule routinely, getting sufficient sleep can seem impossible. However, with a few good strategies in place, you can make healthy sleep habits a part of your lifestyle, even if you work shifts. Shift Work and Health Concerns Shift work […]

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12 South September Makers Market

By Editor

Don’t miss the chance to meet local artists, designers, and craftspeople this weekend at the Big Plan Holding’s Makers Market. The craft fair and pop-up event has been a huge success since its launch early this year. The market is focused on bringing together local, independent brands to showcase a selection of their best work. […]

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A 20-Something’s Guide to Preventing Anxiety Attacks

By Sophie Letts

The first years after college are tough. From trying to establish your career to keeping up with friends and dating, there’s a lot going on. On top of it all, there’s a global pandemic to grapple with these days! Needless to say, it’s understandable if you’re feeling anxious. However, you don’t want that anxiety to […]

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How to talk to your teens about suicide prevention

By Brittany Farrar

September is recognized as Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month when we in the mental health profession bring attention to depression and dark thoughts, which can help assuage suicidal ideation. Raquel Shultz, LPC-MHSP AS, program director of specialized crisis services for Youth Villages, offers tips on how to look for signs that your teen may be […]

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Your devices are wrecking your posture

By Stefan Zavalin

Our screen time usage seems to increase every year—in fact, since the pandemic we’re nothing short of “reliant” on screens. We often own multiple computers and it bewilders us when a TV is absent in a house or if someone doesn’t own a smartphone. In short, screens are everywhere and we’re constantly looking at them. […]

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New composting program for Nashville

By Editor

USCC members from the State of Tennessee have affiliated with the US Composting Council as an official state chapter to promote the compost manufacturing industry under the umbrella of the USCC, it was announced today. The Tennessee Composting Council (TNCC) has been organized by a group of USCC members working in both the private and […]

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Stealth Pack launches in Nashville

By Ryan Prinzing

A brand new hydration pack brand aimed to smooth out the way you move with your fluids was created out of an apartment in Nashville, TN. Traditionally speaking, moving around with hydration packs feels uncomfortable and awkward. Most packs on the market either slap, bounce, or rub around during exercise – especially on trails, hills, […]

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