Kids in the Kitchen: Easy Make-Ahead Breakfasts

The kids are back to school, and the morning rush is back in full swing. Try these easy make-ahead, grab-and-go breakfasts to save time without sacrificing nutrition. Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches Ingredients: 6 large eggs 6 English muffins, split 12 slices ham 6 slices cheddar cheese Salt and pepper to taste Directions:  1. Preheat the oven […]

S’more Chocolate Chip Cookies

These s’mores chocolate chip cookies are the perfect combination of homemade cookies with toasted marshmallows, melted chocolate and graham cracker crumbs. They are a fun and easy way to dress up an ordinary chocolate chip cookie! Use store-bought cookie dough, as I listed below, or use your favorite homemade recipe. Either way, these are a […]

Dining at Hakkachow Asian Eats

For more than five years, Hakkachow Asian Eats has been the ultimate go-to for Asian cuisine in the Triad. They have developed a well-earned reputation for excellent food and fantastic service. A quick review of their online reviews will quickly demonstrate that customers appreciate their commitment to excellence and service. Whether you choose to dine at Hakkachow for […]

How We Ended Nighttime Bed Wetting

BY LAURA SIMON, BLOGGER WITH TRIAD MOMS ON MAIN Last week, after eight years and eleven months, I finally threw out my diaper genie. Leftover nighttime pull-ups were handed off to someone who could use them, and we became a fully toilet-trained house. And by toilet-trained, I mean everyone pees somewhere in the vicinity of […]

Embracing Latin Culture through the Annual FIESTA!

“You won’t want to miss Fiesta this year, there are several things we are excited about,” said Juan Aguilar, Program Coordinator of the Hispanic League. This upcoming September 14th, 2019, the streets of Winston-Salem will again come alive to the beat of Latin music, sights of Latin dancers and the aroma of mouthwatering food. This […]

Homework Temper Tantrums: What Can I Do?

You are not alone!  For many parents, the weeknight battle of what amounts to a temper tantrum over homework may lead to a contest of wills.  Arguing, while it is exhausting and resolves nothing on either side, is a form of distraction.  Resistance can come in many ways, such as a verbal fight, or bouts […]

Vegetarian Families

BY JAMIE LOBER Many Forsyth families are making the decision to adopt a vegetarian lifestyle.  Reasons can include interest in taking better care of the environment, caring for the welfare of animals, and decreasing risk from, and managing, chronic diseases. The American Academy of Pediatrics has noted that vegetarian diets tend to be high in fiber […]

Helping Teens Detoxify their Negative Thoughts

Invisible as they may be, two voices can persuade preteens and teens into a direction of either boosting self-confidence or tunneling down the hole into negativity.  In these moments, feeling it is “you against the world,” the niggling thoughts on the cusp of self-doubt conclude, “My science teacher asked to see me.  I must be […]

Understanding Censorship

BY JAMIE LOBER The American Civil Liberties Union has defined censorship as the suppression of words, images, or ideas that are offensive.  The topic of censorship may be controversial due to the First Amendment, which very broadly protects artistic and creative expression. Modern-day censorship pertains mostly to the entertainment industry, which has a large influence on […]

Let the “Son” Shine – “The Next Chapter”

BY JEFFREY H SYPOLE, PASTOR Sunrise Church is once again going through a change in pastoral leadership. Many know the way of the United Methodist Church regarding appointments. It’s called the “Itinerant System.” John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement, preached up to 40,000 sermons in his lifetime. He was an itinerant preacher—or circuit […]

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