Before you vote…Do your Homework.

My younger, irresponsible self who went to the polls uninformed or stayed home uninspired is now older, wiser and equipped with more information. I challenge us all to seek the information…ask questions, read, and research. Self education is key to staying current and informed in an ever-changing world. No one is responsible for getting the information to you but YOU. In order to make an informed decision you have to make acquiring the information a priority, and I’m here to help! Here are a few tips and resources to guide you to the information necessary to make informed voting decisions.

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Resources for families/loved ones of MISSING CHILDREN

HELP ID ME Currently, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) is assisting in over 700 cases of unidentified human remains. When human remains are found that are believed to belong to a child, NCMEC can assist law enforcement and medical examiners in the effort to give that child back their name. This […]

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MISSING Children

When a loved one goes missing, especially a child, fear and panic set in and it is imperative for you to act quickly to assist in the safe recovery of your child. On this show you’ll be presented with information to aid in making a missing person report, provided with some history on the origination […]

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Doula Resources

In doing research on how to help expecting mothers have a more pleasant birthing experience, I found a ton of information on Doulas…thank me later!   Details on the differences between a Doula and a Midwife: https://www.healthline.com/health/pregnancy/doula-vs-midwife https://www.thebump.com/a/difference-between-midwife-and-doula https://www.popsugar.com/family/What-Difference-Between-Midwife-Doula-45654985   Learn more about Maternal Mortality and Morbidity https://www.hrsa.gov/maternal-mortality/index.html   Vertical Birth http://pathwaystofamilywellness.org/Pregnancy-Birth/vertical-birth.html   A need […]

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Doula: Sierra Shuler

Sierra Shuler  Birth/Postpartum/Bereavement/loss Doula 980-349-6359 A New Yorker and South Carolinian, Sierra Shuler has the feistiness of a New Yorker paired with southern hospitality. Her upbringing offered her the best of both worlds being born and raised in NY and later moving to South Carolina as a child. Sierra returned to NY at age 20 […]

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5 Reasons you should have a Doula

So, what is a Doula? A non-medical companion who supports a birthing mother by providing continuous care before, during, and/or after childbirth in the form of information, physical support, and emotional support. They also may provide support to the partner and family. This topic was important for me to cover for a number of reasons. First, […]

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Mommy Dearest

They say age ain’t nothing but a number because it’s so much more than that.  Age is an indicator of life experiences…triumphs, failures, overwhelming joys and life altering losses, all of which you’ve survived.  I am a firm believer that every lesson doesn’t have to be learned as a result of personal experience.  You can […]

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Remembering Our Veterans

So, I had an idea to do a show about Veterans Day. The goal for ‘WHAT WOULD she DO?’ is always to provide information and resources while encouraging, uplifting and inspiring our viewers.  As the idea evolved I wanted the show to be less about the “day” and more about the people the day honors…Veterans.  […]

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Resources for Veterans and their Families

Mecklenburg County Veterans Services The Mecklenburg County Community Support Services Veterans Services Division is open 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday to provide service to clients on a walk-in basis. ​Our main office is located on the 2nd floor of the Hal Marshall County Services Center at 700 N. Tryon Street in Charlotte. […]

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Remembering our Veterans: Jacqueline Tyes

Jacqueline Tyes, Past Commander First Female Commander of NC State & Mecklenburg County Jacqueline Nicole Tyes is the daughter of Edwin and Marion Tyes. She is a native of Buffalo, New York, but currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. Jacqueline comes from a strong military family. Her father served in the United States Army. She and […]

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