Inspired Woman Magazine

Articles

Karen Ehrens: Health & Hunger Champion

by Marci Narum  | Photography: Rachael Neva Photo On a chilly Saturday morning in Bismarck, North Dakota, vendors at the BisMarket Farmers’ Market clutch hot cups of coffee and bowls of soup with mittened hands...

Oh Man: Zach Wentz: Thy Kingdom Crumb

by Jody Kerzman  | Submitted Photos Carson Wentz may be the most famous Wentz brother, but his older brother, Zach, is doing some pretty remarkable things himself. When Carson was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in...

The Banquet: A Blessing to the Community

by Kylie Blanchard   |   Photography: Photos by Jacy Since 2005, The Banquet, a community event based in Bismarck, has served warm meals, fellowship, and hope with the mission to provide a place where all are welcome...

Food Allergies vs. Food Intolerances

by Dr. Josy Hoff It’s been said that “food is love.”  Over meals we reconnect with old friends and make new ones. Many of us hold on to warm memories of a loved one cooking or baking some special treat. When...

Thanksgiving Memories

By Betty Mills The pervasive tradition of turkey as the main dish on Thanksgiving Day has a long history in this country and certainly was the required menu of my family in all my growing up years. There were frequently...

Look What She Did: Roxanne Jablonsky

After working as nurse for 15 years and as an at-home quality auditor for the past seven years, Roxanne Jablonsky was looking for a change. “I missed the interaction I had when I worked in the hospital, but going back...

Sunshine and Mo: Spreading Happiness

by Jody Kerzman  | Submitted Photos It’s not unusual for a high school student to have a part-time job. It is, however, a bit uncommon for a high school student to successfully run her own small business. But don’t tell...

Advertisement

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.