Daily Inspiration: Hairstylist Makes Wigs for Children

Quilla Bohannon is a hairstylist that helps people in the most amazing way. As the owner of Runway Hair she makes wigs for her clients. She was always inspired to help people feel like their best selves. The idea to make wigs for children was sparked by her daughter and she’s been making little eyes sparkle ever since. In today’s video, Quilla talks about her … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Hairstylist Makes Wigs for Children

Daily Inspiration: Take Your Time

School for Stammers is a show in Britain that followed six individuals participating in The McGuire Programme: Beyond Stuttering. These individuals learned physical and psychological techniques to help with their speech. Speech therapy alters the lives of those who receive it in a tremendous way. One participant James Critchlow, gave a speech at the end of the program and expressed his gratefulness for his coach … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Take Your Time

Daily Inspiration: Don’t Forget to Have Fun

Solomon Haufano was diagnosed with cancer in 2018. After several long hospital stays he began to get a little bored and that’s when he discovered Michael Jackson videos. This five year old put some pep in his step and danced his way through the rest of his treatments. No matter what life throws at you it’s important to enjoy each moment as if it’s your … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Don’t Forget to Have Fun

Daily Inspiration: Know the Vote

It’s officially election season and the games are about to begin. Regardless of your personal party affiliations it’s important to know who and what you are voting for. There are currently 23 Democrats that have declared a run for the 2020 presidency. Voters of all ages are encouraged to vet candidates that best reflect their interests and policies that will serve them. It’s important to … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Know the Vote

Daily Inspiration: Pay it Forward This Mother’s Day

The International Rescue Committee is an organization that helps people in their most desperate time of need. Whether the devastation comes from conflict or disaster, they are there to give people resources to pick up the pieces and start over again. They are active all over the world, but currently doing the most work in places that experience the most turmoil: Syria, Yemen, Bangladesh, Myanmar, … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Pay it Forward This Mother’s Day

Daily Inspiration: Playgrounds Encourage Play for All

Some of the best memories in childhood come from playing with other kids on the playground. Many playgrounds are now built to include all types of kids from the able bodied to those with limited mobility. In today’s video a mother Shirley Ordônio, was looking for a way that both of her children can play together. One of her twins was born with Cerebral Palsy … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Playgrounds Encourage Play for All

Thoughts and Prayers: The New Normal for Survivors

American culture is slowly becoming desensitized to extreme violence. Every couple of weeks the news is threaded with stories of gun violence and flamboyant instances of mental health issues. When the debates start about gun control, each side rallies for their beliefs but what about the survivors? An interesting tag line appears too often now: ‘thought and prayers’. Everyone sends their well wishes to those … Continue reading Thoughts and Prayers: The New Normal for Survivors

The Catch Twenty- Two of Religion

Faith is the cornerstone of existence. Believing in something greater than oneself and living with a moral compass is the basis of a religion. Thousands of years ago, society needed answers where there were none, religion provided that. It’s been a great tool to stay centered and spiritual but it also proved it can be harmful to its followers. Masses of people need something to … Continue reading The Catch Twenty- Two of Religion

The Conversation About Women in Crisis Still Needs Attention

Today there are more avenues to help women in crisis than there have ever been. Outreach programs and other resources are available because people finally recognized that there is a problem. Battered and abused women are no longer compelled to live in fear and confusion. Even though society has made great strides, the attitudes concerning this vulnerable group hasn’t changed much. The discourse that surrounds … Continue reading The Conversation About Women in Crisis Still Needs Attention

Daily Inspiration: Repacked Food Feeds School Children

Hungry school children, now have more options out of the cafeteria. Elkhart school district in Indiana has teamed up with a local nonprofit, Cultivate, to repackage unused food from schools and turn them into individual frozen meals. In one school 20 school children receive meals to take home. It’s amazing to consider the amount of food waste that occurs in a single institution. It’s commendable … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Repacked Food Feeds School Children