January 2014

 

All the content from the January 2014 Women Minding Their Own Business Issue!

 

 

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FEATURES

 

Hookers and Pushers by Cindy Dollar

 

Meet Our Advertisers: The Cowgirls at Hart Law

 

Meet Our Advertisers: Dawn Starks Financial Group by Byron Ballard

 

Social Entrepreneurship To Heal The Globe by Sara D. Stender

 

When Given A Choice by Barbara Sammons

 

The Answer To Cancer by Julie Savage Parker

 

From Baling To Budgeting by Maggie Cramer of ASAP

 

Local Farmers’ Markets

 

Kimberly Hunter: Supporting Business Potential by Rachael Johns

 

The Literacy Council of Buncombe: Gina Poore by Lily Contorer

 

 

DEPARTMENTS

 

Opinion

 

We’ve Got Mail

 

Words From The Editor by Sandi Tomlin-Sutker

 

Funny, Isn’t It? by Jeanne Charters

 

Cosmicomedy: Guaranteed Investments by Lavinia Plonka

 

Common Sense Health

 

My New Year’s Inspirations by Maureen ‘Mo’ McDonnell, RN

 

Currency Corner & Home Space

 

Organizing 202 – The ABCs of Organizing by Sophie Noll

 

Food For Thought

 

Why DO We Crave Comfort Foods? by Sandy McCall

 

Mindfully Yours

Judith Toy will be back soon

 

Minding Her Own Business

 

Become a Business Magnet: Year of the Business Woman by Saralyn Collins

 

Women, Spirit, Money: The New Year, a Powerful Time… by Sherri McLendon

 

Pet Care Corner

 

Women Making Music

 

Elise Irby Pratt: Bringing On the Next Thing! by Peggy Ratusz

 

Words By Women: Poetry/Fiction/Book Reviews

 

Poem: Come Home to Your Breath by Denna J. Shelton

 

Poem: I Breathe Today by Sophia Ojha Ensslin

 

Poem: January Thaw by Joanne Meyer

 

Reviews: WISH by Leanna Sain and Sing Me an Old Song by Morgan James by Mary Ickes

 

 

COVER ART by SARI – Sassy Monique

 

My “Sassy Sisters” always begin with a heart. Why? Because all the sisters I adore are filled with open hearts and lots of love. Many of my gals are also topped with a hat, paying homage to my beautiful mother who was a hat model once upon a time, and a hat lover always. Her last party was a hat party.

 

I am passionate about color! All of my paintings have a COLOR POP that makes me happy. I work in Pastels because I love the true rich pigment and light reflective qualities they bring to each piece.

 

~Sari Martin

 

To see other Sassy Sisters and more, visit www.Sarimartin.com or email the artist at: Sarimartin@aol.com

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