Art as healing »

by Susan Schneider 


When my friend Robin was getting divorced she found herself drawn (pun intended) to sketching a Depression-era photograph of a man with a plow. She said there was something about

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I’m sorry but I cannot apologize »

by Angela T. Khabeb 


Perhaps you’re familiar with the recent conversations about women and our tendency to apologize more than men. There have been articles and blog posts on the topic, not to mention

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Striving for balance »

by Grace Heyne 


Life and all-you-can-eat Chinese buffets have a lot in common. Both are places of wonder and opportunity where you can sample new things, experience the familiar and best of all, have

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Building a balanced life »

by Jennifer Hackbarth

“All the time and energy I spend in keeping some kind of balance and preventing myself from being tipped over and drowning shows that my life is mostly a struggle for

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The spirit of matriarchy »

by Elyssa Salinas


What is in a name? Why does it matter so much? I have lived most of my life with a nickname. My nickname, “E” began in 5th grade because my teacher

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