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Nia

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Nia Avery is a New Orleans based Fine Art Consultant for Heather James Fine Art. Prior to joining Heather James Fine Art in 2017, Nia was an art consultant in Beijing, China, where she oversaw the inaugural C!Talk initiative, a series of cross-cultural events sponsored by the World Culture Open organization. She also previously served as an art consultant in Houston where she co-led the Emancipation Economic Development Council workgroup for the art non-profit Project Row House. Nia received her Bachelor of Science from Clark Atlanta University. Before relocating to New Orleans, she served on the board of Loma Linda Hospital’s “Big Hearts for Little Hearts Guild” in Indio, California, and was a member of Desert AIDS Project’s “Partners for Life” committee in Palm Springs, California. “New Orleans is my hometown, so I am thrilled to be back. As a gastronome and fine art consultant, I have found that this city is the perfect fit – and because New Orleans is a city focused on tourism, there are always opportunities to meet people from all over the world. Living here presents an exciting opportunity to contribute to the cultural landscape. My favorite place in the city has yet to be discovered. From 1000 Figs, to Original Thought, to the McKenna Museum, there is always something to discover and experience. I am excited to discover many new favorites for years to come.”

Move Over Fear, One Year Later And Living Intentionally

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One year later and living intentionally as a wife and boy mom has been my mantra for a little over 365 days. Despite the difficulties 2020 brought to the world, it was an opportunity...

How a Virtual Dance Party Continues to Encourage Comfort and Connection

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My 10-month-old son has been attending We Play Center Virtual Dance Parties since he was 3 months old. Virtual Dance Parties are 15-minute daily Zoom meetings hosted by a We Play Center facilitator for...

Starting Early To Teach Celebration

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How are you celebrating this month? March is National Women’s History Month and as a boy mom, I was encouraged to think of opportunities to celebrate with him. I was curious to hear from...

Inclusive Parenting, Is It In Your 2021 Goals?

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2021 is ringing in a new found outlook on what may lie ahead. Still unpredictable, New Orleans won't look the same this year with a new way to celebrate our beloved holiday Mardi Gras....

Travel Plans Rebooted: Road Tripping Our New Normal

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This year has been interesting, to say the least. Canceled plans and uncertainty at an all-time high has emphasized the importance of being flexible and open to change. We had a big international trip...

Do You Believe In Miracles?

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Opening with my mantra that, people typically do not believe in miracles until they need one. This is something that I spoke about on my Pandemic Penpals episode about finding love. Rihanna's We Found...

Grounding Yourself Amidst Uncertainty and Change

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It’s more than likely you’re looking forward to giving 2020 the boot, and 2021 couldn't get here any faster. Not so fast—before the year is over, there’s an opportunity to discover ways to ground...

One Month, One Bag, What Would You Pack?

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If you were headed on a one month trip, with one bag, what would you pack? Recently, I had the opportunity to discuss this very topic with my friend on her and my Facebook Live...

Importance of Establishing a Strong Team While Facilitating Synergy Between Your OB/GYN and Doula

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If you have always been independently minded, how do you establish a strong team? Typically, I have been the type to know that I could get things accomplished independently and not have to rely...

Good Morning…Do Morning Routines Add Value to Your Day?

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During these unpredictable times, I would like to know what in your life has remained predictable? If the answer is absolutely nothing, I totally get it. I’ve been hearing various stories from mothers of...

Curating a Nursery That Grows with Your Baby

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When we found out we were pregnant, I imagined many things in store for us.  Agonizing over fine details of his room was not one of those things, but alas, there I found myself...

Family Planning: What Does That Mean?

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Advanced Maternal Age As an advanced maternal aged mother, Family Planning was an ongoing statement that I used so often during my pregnancy. Ironically, the term “advanced maternal age“ was new to me and I...

Uncertainty: Maternity Leave is Over… Now What While Working Remotely?

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It is time to go back to work from your maternity leave. Does it make you feel anxious? There are a few questions that you need to address. Especially since a lot has happened...