Like many Gators preparing to turn their tassel and start their career, Allyson Fleischer reflected on her own experience at the University of Florida as a dual degree student majoring in family, youth and community sciences (FYCS) and criminology.
Fleischer’s ... READ MORE
As Mother’s Day quickly approaches, you can make mom feel special in any number of ways: Some of your options include fixing her breakfast, taking her out for dinner and/or buying her flowers or a plant.
Mother’s Day is May 8, and flora ... READ MORE
Your friend meets you for dinner after a long day. After one look at his fitness wearable, his face falls.
"I skipped my run today," he mutters. "My workouts just feel like another chore."
As he picks at his entree, you propose an after-dinner ... READ MORE
Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Will it be an evening to celebrate your enduring love and friendship, or a last-ditch chance for “damage control”? Maybe this is the year you decide as a couple to take your relationship to the ... READ MORE
Did you know that February 4th is National Homemade Soup Day? Why not join in on this celebration by trying a new soup recipe that includes oysters. Florida oysters are available year-round. Oyster harvest is mainly done in the cooler months ... READ MORE
It is time to get excited for the Broward County 4-H Community Fair! The Fair is the main event of the 4-H year, presenting youth with the opportunity to show off projects worked on as well as knowledge and skills gained throughout the year. ... READ MORE
"Should I call you Latino/Latina/Latinx, Hispanic, or Chicano/Chicana?" We have all been there… so what is the correct term? The truth is no matter which term you use people will often disagree because we use all of these terms as identity ... READ MORE
With kids returning to school soon, there may be some anxiety about returning to the hustle and bustle. However, as chaotic as evenings can get between pick up from extracurricular activities, helping with homework, and sticking to a bedtime ... READ MORE
One of the unexpected results of the pandemic during the last year has been the increase of families in the yard and garden. As a matter of fact, according to a new survey released by Scott's Miracle Grow, over half of the US population (55%) ... READ MORE
Confidence plays a crucial role in youth development. Kids with low self-confidence are more likely to drop out of school, experience depression, succumb to peer pressure and not have friends. As a parent, you can help your child build self-confidence ... READ MORE