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You Can’t Leverage Passion

You Can’t Leverage Passion

March 10, 2021 | Editor's Note

We parents sometimes have to use leverage with our kids. Finish your dinner and you can have dessert. Complete your homework and you can watch TV. One afternoon, I didn’t think my daughter, Ella Grace Helton, had worked through enough schoolwork before it...

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Poof: The Pandemic Made Me a Chef

Poof: The Pandemic Made Me a Chef

January 12, 2021 | Editor's Note

Two years ago, I wrote in the May 2018 issue of this magazine about how I purchased almost all my meals from a local professional meal service. “I had programmed cooking out of my life,” I declared. I’d occasionally pull one of a handful of re...

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Defining Faith - We Need It

Defining Faith - We Need It

November 18, 2020 | Editor's Note

How many times have you heard someone say, “You gotta have faith.”  Or as our intrepid leader at EverythingBrevard, Tracy Stroderd, always says: “Trust the process.” Which means, have faith. How do we define faith? The beauty of bei...

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The Show Must Go On

The Show Must Go On

September 4, 2020 | Editor's Note

Hopefully, everyone reading this watched “United We Fall,” the sitcom that ABC aired on Wednesday nights this summer at 8 p.m. If you did, you saw young Space Coast resident Ella Grace Helton (also my kid) starring as Emily Ryan. I learned so much d...

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Parents Navigate Tough Talks

Parents Navigate Tough Talks

July 7, 2020 | Editor's Note

The older I get, the more I understand perspective. And we parents had a major dose of it recently. I thought it would be tough for this parent to chat with my 7-year-old about aspects of the coronavirus pandemic — but we faced the issues head on. My aunt...

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The Army of Artists

The Army of Artists

June 1, 2020 | Editor's Note

Welcome to altered reality. We are not watching a movie, this time, though. We are living it. The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the rhythm of all families, business, commerce and life. Forced isolation paradoxically led to new and more expansive connections. Our ...

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The Value of Respect

The Value of Respect

April 2, 2020 | Editor's Note

Stories are too common about issues of inequality, and also negative treatment or exclusion of women across multiple industries. The #metoo movement in the entertainment industry is a big one, as high-profile people always have a curious public peering into the...

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When Customers Fall Out of the Sky

When Customers Fall Out of the Sky

February 21, 2020 | Editor's Note

This is a tale of good things happening when I wasn’t ready. I don’t want to say timing was bad, because is there ever a bad time for good things to happen? If you keep up with the adventures of my daughter, Ella, and myself as her chaperone through...

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Winning the living minimally battle

Winning the living minimally battle

December 6, 2019 | Editor's Note

You’ve heard the phrase,” living out of a suitcase.” Well that is my life lately. And I don’t mind at all. In fact, it’s provided refreshing perspective. Due to my daughter Ella’s acting career, she and I spend months at a ti...

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Why We Love Entertainment

Why We Love Entertainment

September 12, 2019 | Editor's Note

Derek Jeter. Adam Sandler. Jane Curtin. Will Sasso. Christina Vidal. Ella Grace Helton.  A mere list of names. Perhaps you recognize a few.  Derek: One of the greatest baseball players ever, in an elite club with 3,000 hits, now co-owner and CEO of t...

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Religion Lost and Found

Religion Lost and Found

July 25, 2019 | Editor's Note

Religion. What does that word mean to you? How about faith? My faith was rocked many years ago, starting when my brother, Matthew, was born with severe cerebral palsy. I was 7 at the time and immediately questioned how God could allow such a horrible thing to h...

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Gaining Perspective

Gaining Perspective

May 22, 2019 | Editor's Note

It’s still settling in that my 6-year-old and I spent two months in Los Angeles, came home for a week and a half, then went right back. After a successful two and a half years of acting and modeling, Ella’s journey led her — and me as momager ...

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