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May 1, 2018
Issue 15 | May/June 2018

On the Cover Living in Alignment An interview with Sabrina Fritts A roll-over “accident” was the wake-up call Sabrina Fritts needed to see that there was more to life than a merry-go-round of obligations. During the workweek, her attention was focused on raising three children, working a corporate job,and assisting her husband in expanding his […]

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October 22, 2017
Crock Pot Veggies

It’s been hot this summer, so turning on the oven is not a happy thought until it cools down. Crock pot meals can save the day because they are a great way to de-stress your day by walking in the door to a home cooked meal! I like to mix it up a bit. I […]

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August 22, 2017
Issue 13 | August/September 2017

On the Cover Healing Side of Grieving I look in the mirror and most days, I barely recognize myself. The eyes reflecting back at me are my father’s; the same empty stare he had as his dementia transformed into Alzheimers. Lost, yet aware enough to know what’s going on. The mascara I used to wear […]

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June 22, 2017
Issue 12 | April/May/June 2017

On the Cover Love you, my son... April 10th was undoubtedly the most heartbreaking day of my life. A phone call from my mother rang in on that Monday morning, sharing with me the news of the death of my first born son. If you have not experienced the death of a child, don’t attempt […]

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March 22, 2017
Issue 11 | March 22, 2017

On the Cover Making a Difference Teaching Us How to Allow Love Life experiences lead us on a winding and twisting journey. We think we know where we are traversing, however circumstances crop up and, oftentimes, we go into unfamiliar territory. Natasha Botkin, the mother of two autistic sons, was a successful entrepreneur of a […]

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February 22, 2017
10 Issue | February 22, 2017

On the Cover Making a Difference A Head vs. Heart Centered Business It has been said that creative people dance to the beat of a unique drum. As self-confidence develops, they realize the rules of others don’t resonate with them, and a sense of freedom blossoms as they follow their passions. Reba Linker is applying, […]

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January 22, 2017
In Life, Be the Director of Your Own Movie

"Life is Delicious. Devour it with joy in every cell of your body, mind and spirit. You will see its perfect qualities reflected back to you in many ways, seen and unseen.”-Debra Oakland “I've been writing my whole life,” Debra said, “and putting it under the bed and hiding it. I didn't think of myself […]

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January 22, 2017
09 Issue | January 22, 2017

On the Cover Making a Difference In Life, Be the Director of Your Own Movie “I've been writing my whole life,” Debra said, “and putting it under the bed and hiding it. I didn't think of myself as a “writer”. I didn't think I had it in me. After I went through all of the […]

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December 22, 2016
Turkey Egg Cups

Turkey Egg Cups with a Side of Yum! Holiday meals are fabulous, but what about breakfast? As many say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but sometimes it can get overlooked during the busy holiday season. After sleeping all night our bodies need some fuel! I love egg dishes and this is […]

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November 22, 2016
07 Issue | November 2016

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.

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August 22, 2016
Fruit Crumble with Coconut Lemon Zest Whip Cream

From the time I was sixteen until I was twenty-seven, I lived in the backwoods of Canada on a beautiful lake, not too far from Alaska. Berries grew wild everywhere. I enjoyed picking tiny blueberries and strawberries to make pies and jam preserves. My neighbor, a woman in her 70’s, made desserts for all of […]

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August 22, 2016
04 Issue | August 22, 2016

On the Cover Making a Difference One Act of Self-Care at a Time The human touch has a healing quality unlike any other. It can bring comfort to someone feeling lonely, depressed, and sad. It has the power to release tension and calm aggression. It enhances joy, love, celebration and appreciation. It can also be […]

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