11-5-16 Tears in My Gumbo: Caregiver’s Recipe for Resilience (Radio)

According to Caregiver Advocate Nadine Roberts Cornish, the author of Tears in My Gumbo, when it comes to family members and caregiving, it’s either your time or your money that’s needed. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Nadine explains the joys and tears of being a family caregiver and how attitude is […]

8-27-16 Cybersafety for Back to School (Radio)

Do you know what apps and social media your teen is using? Do you understand the risks your child faces on the internet from bullies and online predators? On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, law enforcement professional and child safety expert, Clayton Cranford, “the Cybersafety Cop,” offers tools and an action plan […]

8-20-16 Increasing Personal Safety (Radio)

Personal safety is much more about brains than brawn, and knowledge is our best defense. On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, retired CIA senior security officer, Thomas Pecora shares basic security principles that will help you survive almost any emergency situation you may encounter. Living Well with Dr. Peg is brought to […]

8-6-16 Creating a Family Legacy (Radio)

We each have a gift to share with this world.  What are you doing with yours? On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Peg, Estate Attorney and Family Legacy Advisor, Michelle Adams shares information on estate planning and how to define, establish and live out the legacy you wish to leave in the world. […]

“Create” More Time in Your Day

Ever find yourself lamenting that there are not enough hours in the day? I have a tip for you on how you can “create” an “extra” hour every day! Because Daylight Savings Time ends in the Fall, we all set our clocks back one hour on Sunday night. If we plan wisely, this gives us […]

Clear Your Clutter

As I walked around my home last week, closing all of the windows that I left open most of the summer, I gave my house a thorough once-over to see what maintenance projects I need to get done before winter arrives. During the course of my inspection, I discovered a few nooks, crannies, surfaces, drawers, […]