Main Street Moms on the Move ~ April 2016

Main Street Moms on the Move ~ April 2016

By Rachel Hoeing Welcome to another edition of Main Street Moms on the Move. This is a monthly blog we compile by featuring moms in our community who are making a difference in their own lives or the lives of others. To see all previous Moms on the Move features,...
What Pediatricians Really Want You to Know

What Pediatricians Really Want You to Know

By Rachel Hoeing I asked some local doctors for feedback and asked them the question, “If you could tell parents one thing before they entered your office, what would it be?”  These doctors did not fail to impress.  I was thrilled with the answers provided...
Laugh and Smile More!

Laugh and Smile More!

By Juan Santos, M.S., CRC, LPCA Do you remember back in grade school when you, like so many other students, had a calendar or some sort of syllabus that you lived by? Teachers have always trained us to stick to some sort of schedule. There is a reason behind that!...
Make Time for What…?

Make Time for What…?

By Gray Moulton, MA (a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, as well as a Certified Sex Therapist) Sally* makes time for girls night, to get her nails done, have a massages or go to the gym. She makes time for her kid’s play dates and to volunteer at the...
Are You Going to Eat That?

Are You Going to Eat That?

By TMoM Team Member Kelly Hines, author of Southern Fried Children There are moments in your life where time stands still. When it seems you are a disembodied spirit, floating above, peering down at your corporeal self doing something incredibly stupid. From the...
Glennon Doyle Melton is Coming to Winston-Salem

Glennon Doyle Melton is Coming to Winston-Salem

By Guest Blogger Tracy Mohr Glennon Doyle Melton, New York Times bestselling author of “Carry on Warrior, Thoughts on Life Unarmed” and creator of the wildly popular blog, “Momastery” is coming to Winston-Salem! She is the featured speaker for “Voices of Hope Evening...
Friends: They’re Good for Your Health

Friends: They’re Good for Your Health

Remember this childhood song? “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the other is gold.” I cannot get that tune out of my head ever since my daughter and I declared our resolutions for the new year. Among a million promises to ourselves...
I’m Not Crazy! I’m Not Crazy!

I’m Not Crazy! I’m Not Crazy!

How many times in your life have you had to try to justify your craziness? I hate to admit it, but as women, I think we all have come across one point in time in our lives where we can look back and say, “Wow. I really was a crazy person.” I can’t...