“I’ve often said I spent my teens rebelling, my twenties repressing, my thirties imploding, and my forties healing. I know that means my fifties (and beyond) are for sharing.” - Katt Tozier
Our personal stories are written by our experiences. The good times. The bad times. The moments of celebration. The turmoil of painful situations. All of this impacts who we are. It's what we do with the wisdom gained along the journey that influences the direction(s) we... continue reading
Katt Tozier, featured on the November cover, is Making a Difference One Indomitable Woman at a Time. Rachel Kieffer writes about one woman's story of healing. Peggy Nolan offers tips to de-stress the holidays. Ruthie Lewis reminds us our feelings are real. We witness the seasons with Jen Flick. Natasha Botkin shares how we sense our guidance, and Reba Linker writes about loving life. Jenn Ryan helps us to keep the blues away. In the Kitchen, find delicious recipes to satisfy your hunger.
Publisher & Editor
Cynthia (C.K.) Kochis
“The difference is that I don’t have YOUR answers; you do.”
“Flora’s situation with her children was particularly difficult to change. She saw herself as a “good mother” and saying no
to her children’s demanding needs was…”
“Life is in constant metamorphosis. In order to grow we much honor each of our seasons, and flow with the cycles of change.”
“Of course, none of us want pain, but if you want the fullness of joy and true healing and well-being, you can only experience it when you feel all the feelings to their depth.”
“Many women dread holiday meals or regard them with guilt; but the holidays do not have to mean a departure from health.”
Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine was published as a digital magazine from May 2016 to the May/June 2018 issue. The program used to display the publication on the internet was used to design the layout. In converting the digital editions to pdf format, some of the layout elements changed and become misaligned.
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