With the past few weeks being filled with high school graduations, students and parents alike are realizing that the inevitable fall semester is arriving faster than they expected. However, in light of the coronavirus pandemic, it appears that colleges and universities will be making changes to adjust to what we’ve begun to know as the “new normal”. Below are five items that I think any and every college student could benefit from having on the new versions of their campuses.
’ll admit, even though I feel like I’m in my 30’s, the reality is I’m smack dab in midlife and health issues I would have never considered before should now be more in the forefront of my mind. Yes, I eat healthy, work out and get regular mammograms.
Twenty-three years ago, when my baby died from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome I thought my world would crash down around me. How do you survive the death of your baby? Somehow I did. As the saying goes, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. And that was certainly everyone’s opinion of me -that I must […]
Let’s face it – most women are pleasers. We grew up playing with baby dolls and being “mommy.” We are taught to be caregivers for everyone. Our parents wanted us to “dress appropriately” and “act like a lady.” In school our grades reflected whether we got along well with others and followed instructions. In short, […]
I never imagined I would be at a point that people considered me “middle-aged.” When I was in my 20’s and 30’s that seemed so… well….. OLD! But as the years ticked by it didn’t even occur to me that I was getting to that point. I just kept living my life as I always […]
For a person who loves to give and get hugs this social distancing due to COVID-19 has been tough. I was talking to a friend the other day and said that when this is done I just want to invite all of my friends over and have a giant hug fest. But there’s one person […]
My daughter is graduating high school this year and for her, like so many other kids, it’s a far cry from what they imagined their senior year would look like. Let’s face it – it sucks! My heart breaks for the memorable events she’s missing, and I would do anything to make it better. But […]
This Sunday is Easter. It’s also the birthday of my sweet angel Connor, my first born who died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. He would have been 23 years old. His birthday has only fallen on Easter once before – the first year he was gone. I still recall the pain I felt that day. […]
Am I the only woman out there who’s sleep pattern is completely wrecked by this quarantine? For those of us who are used to living by a schedule and keeping our family’s life running smoothly this is completely screwing us up. Or is it? I’m a firm believer in the universe providing teachable moments that […]
The following was written by Heather Borden Herve, GMW Editor Gov. Ned Lamont issued his nightly update on the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic for Thursday, April 2, 2020. It was, according to the governor, the largest, single-day increase in the number of deaths since the crisis began. By the Numbers (April 2) New one-day positive cases […]