Category Archives: Inspiration

If you’ve ever met a child living with juvenile arthritis, you’ll find they’re not weak; they’re a warrior. They endure multiple doctor appointments, deal with medications, undergo surgeries, and hurdle over fatigue to complete daily routines. They’re children living with an adult disease. Children living with juvenile arthritis have a hard time keeping up with Read More →

As children we can laugh several times in a day. When we reach adulthood, there are times we take things more seriously and maybe get a little stressed. To stay positive, why not try smiling or sharing a laugh with someone? Laughter is known as a cheap medicine because it helps to elevate the mood. Read More →

We Could Be King directed by Judd Ehrlich, is a documentary of life at Martin Luther King High School in Philadelphia. The documentary follows the fallout of massive school district closures and chronicles the academic struggle of student-athletes.   Student-athletes often struggle to find the balance between their love of sports and making the grade, Read More →

A Young Gardener’s Journey… At the age of nine, garden camp wasn’t exactly at the top of my list of summer recreation. By June, my heart was set on doing doggie paddles in the city pool, making beaded jewelry, and chasing down the ice cream truck. Garden camp, however, was my mother’s crafty plan to give Read More →

Many resources are available to provide assistance in building a community garden. To get started, theUnited States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recommends that you bring people and other organizations together and develop a plan. Managing our families’ garden took work. I enjoyed it, but years later, my sister headed off to college and the enthusiasm Read More →