The manageable way to make a difference By Amanda Mack I was recently struck by the words of Susan Power, a speaker and best selling author who spoke at a North Dakota Humanities Council event in Bismarck during the Young Professionals Summit. Her topic was on personal and global transformation […]
S.A.Y. Yes Save America’s Youth
by Deb Seminary DeEtta Phelps was in education for over 30 years. Like most retirees, she is almost busier now than when she was working.
Tracy Wanek, Making a Difference in our Community
by Deb Seminary Most people do a lot of backseat driving when it comes to civic issues and community involvement. They do a lot of talking, possibly even complaining, but that’s as far as it gets. Maybe it’s a lack of knowledge or a fear of failure? But then there […]
Where have we been?
by Deb Seminary It seems that during deadline time, no blog posts are made. It is a kind of frantic time trying to get all of the ads in, then final editing of the articles, waiting for late stuff, putting it all together…
Photos that didn't make the cut
For one reason or another, these photos will not be in the July/August issue of Inspired Woman. But, I still thought you should get a chance to see them, so…enjoy!
One of our most faithful advertisers is Chris Irwin, GRI, CRS, RMM – a Senior Sales Associate with Oaktree Realtors. Chris has been a Realtor for over thirty years and loves what she does! If you are in need of a new residence, are interested in selling your current home […]
Awesome Advisory Board
by Deb Seminary Today I met with the Inspired Woman advisory board. We talked about a lot of things, that’s what women do, right! We did discuss two things in particular, though.
by Deb Seminary Interviewing may be the best part of putting a magazine together. I am usually meeting a person for the first time and I just love learning about what is going on in our area.
Chiropractic Care for Children and Infants
by Tina Ding No denying it; parenting can be highly rewarding – one of life’s greatest gifts. But many parents can relate to sleepless nights as a result of their child’s bedwetting or crying out from ear infections. Exhausted, parents turn to circles of friends for advice. Some turn to […]
Cleanse, Exfoliate, Moisturize, Protect and Repeat:
By Kylie Blanchard “No matter what age you are, you need to follow four basic skin care steps,” says Shelly Botsford, family nurse practitioner at the UND Center for Family Medicine in Bismarck. “You need a good cleanser that fits your skin type, you also need to exfoliate one to […]