‘CARTER AT LARGE’ The Act Of Aging By Lorraine B. Carter

The Aging Act - the last Act in the Play of Life. Aging is an enigma to life, a baffling experience that the elderly people didn’t talk about in my day. There are changes the human body goes through when one enters elder life, but they didn’t tell us about the enormous pain, the aching … Continue reading ‘CARTER AT LARGE’ The Act Of Aging By Lorraine B. Carter

Demystifying “Shark Tank” Daymond John’s Success Formula By Cassiette West-Williams

Oaklawn, IL -- Our business news is filled with brick and mortar store closings, most recently Sears, Macy’s and even Kroger’s. According to Mike Vogel, a seminar presenter for Daymond John, our society is moving to the internet to purchase goods of all types. And Google and 40 other internet “stores” are putting traditional business’ … Continue reading Demystifying “Shark Tank” Daymond John’s Success Formula By Cassiette West-Williams

Disclosure and Living with HIV By Chris Wade, Program Coordinator/ADAP Enrollment Specialist, IPHA

If you are worried about telling people who you have HIV, you’re not alone. For many people living with HIV, particularly when they have just been diagnosed, telling other people is one of their main concerns. Sharing the news of your diagnosis (also called disclosure) with your partner, a close friend or family member and … Continue reading Disclosure and Living with HIV By Chris Wade, Program Coordinator/ADAP Enrollment Specialist, IPHA

‘ImpressiveDivaSolutions’ How Royal Weddings can inspire Your Wedding Theme! By Michelle Sanders

The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will soon be here, why not be inspired to have a royal wedding of your own. I am a Royal Family watcher with the Queen of England and her Royal Family, Royal Families in Denmark, Royal Families of Monaco, and Royal Families and Sweden. You too can … Continue reading ‘ImpressiveDivaSolutions’ How Royal Weddings can inspire Your Wedding Theme! By Michelle Sanders

Credit Can Impact Your Ability to Get a Job By Cheryll Boswell

Knowing and understanding what’s in your credit file should be a part of your job search process. Whether you’re unemployed or looking to improve your current employment status, your credit report may have a direct impact on you getting a job. It’s common practice for many employers to use a credit report as part of … Continue reading Credit Can Impact Your Ability to Get a Job By Cheryll Boswell

Commit to Getting Out of Your Own Way By Katherine Young

It’s January. Do you feel like you have a fresh start? Is your mind reeling with everything you did, didn’t want to do, enjoyed, regretted, and wanted to “leave behind” in 2017? I have had the opportunity to read a gamut of people’s responses about how they are approaching the New Year. One of the … Continue reading Commit to Getting Out of Your Own Way By Katherine Young