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By VANESSA HAMPTON Over the years my perspective on many things relating to nutrition has evolved and changed. Both through what I have learned, as well as through my own experience. Artificial sweeteners are one
One of many messages inscribed onto the railing of the Natchez Trace Bridge/ Photo by Brooke Wanser. By BROOKE WANSER WARNING: This article contains and discusses information about suicide. This is the final story in a
By BROOKE WANSER WARNING: This article contains and discusses information about suicide. Though Williamson County Sheriff Jeff Long had long known suicide at the Natchez Trace Bridge to be a problem, it was only after he
By BROOKE WANSER WARNING: This article contains and discusses information about suicide. In Tennessee, three people die of suicide every day. In 2016, the most recent year for data, 1,110 people died from suicide; 21 of
By ALLIE MYSZKA I’ve always been a “productivity junkie.” If something is messy, I find a way to tidy it. Tasks that take forever? I’m all about working to speed those up. Streamlined, effective communication
In the middle of the night Saturday, senate Republicans pushed a 500-page tax bill, despite Democrats call for an extension to read the bill. Narrowly passing with a 51-49 vote, the bill has spiked plenty
By Caren P. Williams, CPM® Financial Advisor and Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley I love the holidays – the traditions and decorations, celebration of faith, time with family and friends creating memories, and of course,
By ANNA FREEMAN GREER Send a Thank You It’s important to make sure your clients know they are appreciated. Do you have a client that sends you a lot of business? If so, thank them
By CAREN P. WILLIAMS,CPM® Financial Advisor and Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley The reality is most Americans don’t have sufficient savings for an Emergency Fund. According to this year’s GOBankingRates survey, approximately 57% of Americans
By BROOKE WANSER Shared Hope International, a self-described “Christian abolitionist” group fighting the sexual exploitation of minors, announced on Wednesday that Tennessee has received the highest score in the United States for strengthening the state’s
By LEENA KOLLAR No relationship is perfect. And that's why it shouldn't be taboo to talk about going to a marriage counselor. It doesn't necessarily mean your marriage is in trouble. It could just mean
By ANNA FREEMAN GREER An important ingredient to starting and growing a business is continual education. Two opportunities to learn and grow, EntreLeadership and The Business Boutique, arrive in Nashville this month and next: EntreLeadership
By ASHLEY COKER Healthcare has been a hot button issue in American politics for years, and the debate goes far beyond democrat versus republican. One of President Donald Trump's signature campaign promises was to repeal
By SARAH GRACE TAYLOR Gun control: the utmost divisive issue in modern American politics. Some believe the Constitution protects all gun ownership, others believe they are unsafe in the hands of civilians and some believe
By KENDALL GILFILLAN The Trump Administration announced Monday morning that they will be taking formal steps to repeal the Clean Power Plan-- beginning with filing the repeal proposal in the Federal Register on Tuesday morning.