5 Tips to Reset Your Stress Response

Brought to you by Harvard and Associates, PA Because stress related to work, family issues and other events is something that affects many of us, it’s important to reset your own stress response to protect your health and productivity. Sharon Melnick, Ph.D., a business psychologist, offers these tips: Act don’t react. According to Melnick, “Stress […]

Memorializing a Lost Loved One During Your Wedding

Brought to you by Bevis Funeral Home The summer months are a popular time for weddings. Honoring a friend or family member who has recently passed away when you’re celebrating your big day can be tricky – especially when attempting to keep a celebratory atmosphere for guests. If you’re looking for ideas to memorialize someone […]

Summer is Here—And So Are Potential Childcare Tax Credits

Brought to you by Harvard and Associates, PA If you are a working parent with school-aged children, you know that it can also mean pretty steep bills for childcare and summer camp. However, you may be able to soften the hit to your family’s budget if these services qualify for the Child and Dependent Care Tax […]

5 Things You’ll Need Before Bringing Home Backyard Chickens

Brought to you by Coop Controls Raising backyard chickens can be a fun and rewarding experience for families. If you’re interested in trying your hand at owning chickens, there are a few essential tools and items you’ll need to get started. Though your list of essentials will vary depending on the age of your birds, […]

How to Stay Cool When Your A/C Goes Out

Brought to you by Barineau Heating & Air Conditioning It’s a hot summer day and your air conditioning unit stops working. You’re probably thinking things can’t get any worse. That is, until you learn that a technician won’t be able to fix it right away. The summer season is busy for HVAC companies, which means same-day […]

New Tallahassee Museum Conservation Camp

New Tallahassee Museum conservation camp takes students to Key Largo’s MarineLab for AP-aligned marine biology and environmental science course. Students in a new Tallahassee Museum conservation summer camp will take their classroom on the road and into the waters of the Florida Keys during a week-long AP-aligned course in marine biology and environmental science. The […]

Tallahassee Youth Triathlon Series: Sign up for the May 1st Triathlon & April 17th Clinic Now & Save!

Tallahassee Youth Triathlon Series (TYTS) races are for the entire family! Whether your child is new to the concept of a kids’ triathlon, or has participated in previous years, we aim to make it a fun, learning experience!  No prior triathlon experience is necessary. RACE DISTANCES: Per USAT rules, athlete’s age on December 31st determines […]


It’s Peanut Butter Jelly Time in Tallahassee, and this classic pair of condiments will be satisfying more than just tastebuds for youth in the Capital City community. Girls on the Run of the Big Bend is hosting its inaugural council-wide service project to benefit the Second Harvest School Backpack Program that feeds 800+ kids a […]