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Student & School Spotlights NOV

November 2023 Student Spotlights

Every month we compile a list of students and schools doing great things across our community.  We have so many talented students in our area.  Greater Pensacola Parents joins with [...]
Mom to Mom NOV

Mom to Mom with

AOP: You own Hearing Professionals of Alabama. Where did you get the idea for your business? BH: My business partner, Dr. Allison Kelly, and I saw that there was a […]

Taking the Lead in Sportsmanship

Taking the Lead in Sportsmanship

We’ve all seen it—the parent standing on the sidelinescriticizing the decisions made by coaches and officials, yelling at his own child for making a mistake, hurling rude remarks at the […]

Dave Says Nov

Should I Create a Small – Business Budget?

I know when it comes to personal finance, you’re a big fan of living on a written, monthly budget. Should you do a small-business budget the same way you do […]

Dinner's Ready AOP NOV

Dinner’s Ready: Elyse Corbitt’s Hot Dog Combo To Go

Elyse Corbitt and her family are always moving from point A to point B. With four boys spanning across seven different extra curricular activities, plus church small groups, there isn’t […]

The Hidden Power of Laughter

The Hidden Power of Laughter

We’ve all heard the adage that laughter is the best medicine. But does laughing actually have health benefits? It does! Some studies show that laughing has real health benefits. These […]

Teens and Screens Nov

Unwrapping the Debate: The Pros and Cons of Gifting Your Child a Device and Social Media

The holiday season is upon us, and I don’t know about you, but I find myself missing the good old days of toy cars and Barbies as Christmas gifts. They […]

Meeting Children Where They Are Nov

Processing Positive Emotions

Recently, my counselor explained to me that I do not process positive emotions. This realization has been life changing for me. When I experience a negative feeling, I think through […]

Growing a Thankful Family in a Want More World

Growing a Thankful Family in a “Want-More” World

One of my favorite childhood stories is Laura Ingalls Wilder’s account of the Christmas when Mr. Edwards braved a snowstorm to bring gifts to the family. He had sweet potatoes […]

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From the Publisher – November ’23

My favorite color is Christmas lights! Yes, all the merry and bright colors on a Christmas tree, adorned across the front of homes, and decorated throughout downtown are the perfect […]

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