No one will forget March 2020 and what it looked like to navigate the COVID world. No one will ever be the same. We are seeing more exhaustion coming through the doors than ever before.
Nobody could’ve anticipated COVID and just how much it was going to change everything in our lives. But maybe it’s not about imagining the unimaginable.
According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), nearly 90% of school-aged children have been affected by school closures related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since last March, I’ve lived in four different states, five cities, and nine homes. Here are some tips for living a mobile life.
On May 29, 2020, Moderna TX, Inc. sponsored a study to test a vaccine for COVID-19. Rachel Elsberry participed in that study. This is her story.
Julia Cheek is changing the future of home health care.
The pandemic has forced many us to reevaluate our personal relationships to navigate through a new normal.
Angie Tran owner of Chicness Nails reopens after the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown with the ultimate customer first strategy: their safety.
Starting September 15, Hispanic people in Texas and around the country will celebrate the 31st anniversary of Hispanic Heritage month. By Ariana Arredondo, Illustrations by…
Utilize these tips to survive times of uncertainty. by Jenny Hoff, Photo by Katie Harp If there is one ability that is worth building in 2020, it…