The holidays are not here yet, I know. But the media is reporting holiday chaos. With shipping disruptions and limited supply they insist that we need to be shopping NOW! Maybe this year we can rethink what and with who we want to celebrate.
After ... READ MORE
Steps You Can Take to Identify (and fix) Burn-out
Is work getting you down? Are you an essential worker? Has your workplace closed or are you working from home? Dealing with COVID-19, most of us are increasingly anxious, frustrated and fearful. ... READ MORE
I keep hearing about the ‘new normal’ due to this global pandemic. For me, whenever someone refers to ‘normal’ I usually counter with “define normal.” Life has taught me that everyone really has their own normal. The Oxford English ... READ MORE
Some people say this crisis means the end of business as usual. I am not sure about that. What I DO know is that it has been hard to stay on task and stay motivated when there is so much uncertainty in the world and in how we get our jobs done.We’ve ... READ MORE
As we continue to monitor COVID-19 in Florida, I wanted to take a moment to update our UF/IFAS Extension community about our current status, best practices and next steps.
Please call your local UF/IFAS Extension office ... READ MORE
By Pam Phillippe
Growing up is a lot like learning to play the piano. You need to learn some basic skills and you need someone to teach you those skills. You need time to practice, guidance as you gain experience, and feedback along the ... READ MORE
Family game night promotes bonding.
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Warmer weather is here and it is time to plan some fun activities with the family. This is also the time of year when many city organizations have prepared ... READ MORE
From instant messaging classmates to researching on the Internet, today’s youth are increasingly using electronic media for many different purposes. Youth also use electronics recreationally through activities such as downloading music and ... READ MORE
While many students may not enjoy homework, it teaches them organizational skills and lets them work independently. Completing homework each night also provides practice for what they learned in class.
Homework can also be beneficial to parents ... READ MORE
Gayle Whitworth, Family & Consumer Sciences Agent
Gifts don’t have to be expensive to mean much. Often, the best gifts are those that come from the
heart and have a personal touch. Listed below are several gifts you can give that don’t ... READ MORE