Articles written by: Zenobia Bailey, MA

A wellness and e-business coach, she recently retired from the University of Maryland University College, where she taught Learning Strategies and Professional Business Writing. Zenobia considers herself a life-long learner. She states that she thrives when she is able to impact another’s life, to help them thrive. “As a young mother, nurturing a family of five, I faced challenges that all mothers face, from learning to plan time for me as well as the needs of the family; to dealing with budgets and financial planning; and knowing how to meet the unspoken needs of crying children, etc. Today, I find that those early years prepared me for what I’ve been privileged to do professionally, resulting in the pleasure I find in coaching and facilitating; helping others to discover and light the sparks that exist within them.” One of Zenobia's interests lies in promoting awareness regarding the dangers of toxic chemicals found in many of our everyday personal and household products. In fact, in addition to sponsoring wellness webinars, on this and other topics, she's compiled an e-book that offers a starter-approach to detoxifying our homes. Learn more about Zenobia, her podcasts, and the toxic-free product line she discovered more than 30 years ago, at https://zenobiabailey.com.

Help your children and grandchildren learn the importance of safety
Lifestyle / Parenting

Help your children and grandchildren learn the importance of safety

Young children aren’t always the ones who don’t appreciate the dangers that surround them and how to avoid them. However, as early as is reasonable, we do need to begin to help them know and respect danger, in order to keep them safe. Here’s a list of five measures to […]

Empty nests: A blooming metamorphosis
Lifestyle / Parenting

Empty nests: A blooming metamorphosis

Motherhood, with all of its mountains, deserts, and valleys has, without a doubt, brought one of the three greatest blessings and satisfactions of my life. Until two years ago, it would have been counted as one in two. However, our arms and hearts were filled with a blessed bundle of […]

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