Why Are We a “Cash Pay”, Out of Network Practice? As both a working mother and small business owner, I understand the need to make a household budget go further and I’m always looking for creative ways to manage costs.
Taking Ownership of My Internal Dialogue With the New Year now in full swing, many of us (myself included) have taken a few moments to reflect on our lives and reaffirm our purpose. Many people much further along in their
Lessons From “The Handmaid’s Tale” I recently binge-watched the new HULU series The Handmaid’s Tale, a contemporary TV series based on a book that I was assigned to read as a freshman at the University of Southern California in Writing
Learning From Emotional Pain The warning label on Facebook or Twitter might do well to say: Hell Hath No Fury Like Someone Triggered. -Richard Lockwood I sat down this morning to write a trite, seasonal article new beginnings and changes