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When a Snowy Day Becomes a Winter Stanza

By Betty Mills When confined by the frigid weather to home and hearth, I decided to reorganize my bookcase containing a lifelong accumulation of poetry, and I stumbled upon two volumes purchased but never read. They are...

Fasting for Your Health

By Sommer Hunke Editor’s note: Inspired Woman magazine does not necessarily endorse the comments in this article and suggests you consult your physician to find out if fasting is appropriate for you. “Hangry” is a term...

Look What She Did: Cara Currie-Hall

Cara Currie-Hall is an international advocate for women. She’s fought for the rights of indigenous people for 30 years. The Bismarck woman’s current endeavor was inspired by God during a conversation with her husband...

Ruth Knutson – Renewal: The Forgiveness Factor

by Paula RedmannPhotography: Photos by Jacy If you met Ruth Knutson for coffee and sat across the table from her, you would see a calm, beautiful woman with soulful eyes. Within moments, after just a few sips, you would...

Vanity Plates Make me Smile

By Renae Hoffmann Walker Editor’s note: This is a follow-up to an article Renae wrote in the October 2017 issue of Inspired Woman, in which she admits she has vanity plate envy. She calls it her “geeky habit” to notice...

Look What She Did: Heidi Engen

The Smart Seed A batch of Heidi Engen’s handmade gifts has sprouted into a full-blown business. Therapy packs filled with flax seed–designed and sewn by Heidi–were such a hit that she began getting orders;...

Embracing Winter Months

Advice from NorwegiansPhotos and Article by Nicole Thom-Arens A few years ago, the Danish word “hygge” (pronounced hoo-ga), which means cozy, found its way into American vocabulary. Images of blankets and roaring...

5 Tips to Help You Sleep Better

by Annie Schlecht  | Submitted Photos As women, we have a lot of titles—wife, mother, sister, daughter, friend, employee, volunteer, etc.—and each one of those titles comes with a to-do list. We are becoming busier and...

When There’s Time to Spare

By Paula Redmann Time is fleeting. Time is precious. There’s only so much of it. Even the changing of our clocks to “spring forward” or “fall back” can be unnerving, knowing we’re losing (boo) or gaining (yay) an hour...

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