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Chantel Powell became an entrepreneur out of necessity. One summer, while shuttling her then-6-year-old son, Kameron, between basketball camp and football practice, she noticed that each time the car door flew open and he buckled in, it was clear that he was not only scoring buckets on the court but also sweating buckets under his…

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  Photo credit: 55Ohms / Shutterstock.com It’s time to pull out those journals that have not seen the light of day since the last New Year and make resolutions for 2018. In order to mentally and physically prepare for what is to come in 2018, here are three resolutions that can pave the way to…

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Chef Adrain Harrow has been creatively stirring up exquisite food for more than 12 twelve years. Born in the culinary paradise of the south, East Baton Rouge, La., and raised in the suburbs of Cincinnati and Atlanta, Harrow’s experiences started in the kitchen with his mother (a pastry chef), aunts and both paternal and maternal…

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Walk into an average grocery store and you face a choice—47,000 choices of products, actually. And their labels advertise terms such as low fat, high fiber, free range, and organic. Some matter, some don’t. But those labels aren’t even the most confusing part: Many scientists say organic is more nutritious than conventionally grown food, while…

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