August 2015

All the content from the August 2015 “Let’s Get Physical” issue!

FEATURES

THIS MONTH’S COVER IMAGE:  By Lynda Evans “Domino Rumble”  oil on linen  48” X 36”  SOLD For information regarding commissions of original equine portraits or custom equine paintings, drawings, or photography contact: Email:  lyndaevansstudio@gmail.com Website:  www.lyndaevansstudio.com  Lynda Evans, a recent resident of Asheville, is a nationally exhibited and collected equine artist. “ For me, the spotted horse is the epitome of the wild American horse of the plains, and carries my desire for the end of dualistic thinking and problem solving. It calls for a new kind of cooperative collaboration of “both sides” moving into balance. It sends a message of: black and white, dark and light, wild and domestic, rational and creative, female and male, yin and yang, the principles of light and dark in harmony.”

THIS MONTH’S COVER IMAGE: By Lynda Evans
“Domino Rumble” oil on linen 48” X 36” SOLD
For information regarding commissions of original equine portraits or custom equine paintings, drawings, or photography contact:
Email: lyndaevansstudio@gmail.com
Website: www.lyndaevansstudio.com
Lynda Evans, a recent resident of Asheville, is a nationally exhibited and collected equine artist. “ For me, the spotted horse is the epitome of the wild American horse of the plains, and carries my desire for the end of dualistic thinking and problem solving. It calls for a new kind of cooperative collaboration of “both sides” moving into balance. It sends a message of: black and white, dark and light, wild and domestic, rational and creative, female and male, yin and yang, the principles of light and dark in harmony.”

Kidney Donor Crusader Is Busting Myths, Opening Doors And Changing Lives by Jonna Rae Bartges

The Way We Grieve by Emma M. Charuchman, MDiv

A Mother Is Born: A Doula’s Perspective On Birth by Michele Rosa Gee

Closing The Spiritual Gap In Your Relationships by Layne Cutright

Literary Festival Comes Again by Britt Kaufmann

Sex, Grief, and the Youngish Widow by Jennifer M. Fulford

A Weigh To Go by Angie Mattson Stegall

Unexpected Pregnancy by Joann Pauline Johnson, with photos by Makeda Sanford

Edible Landscaping Helps Us To Live Our Ethics by Megan Riley

How Taekwondo Saved My Life: One Woman’s Journey of Inner Growth by Alana Johnson

Possibilities of Wellbeing Shape WNC Entrepreneurs’ Vision by Sue Wasserman

Asheville Lady Jaguars: Basketball For The Community by Gretchin DuBose

Inspiring Exhibit Highlights Americans Speaking Truth to Power by Elaine Lite and Alex Hanf

DEPARTMENTS

Opinion

We’ve Got Mail!

Words From The Editor by Sandi Tomlin-Sutker

CosmiComedy: Stand Up For Yourself! by Lavinia Plonka

Funny, Isn’t It? by Jeanne Charters

Brewing Up A Storm

From Beer Belly to Six Pack by Anita Riley

Common Sense Health

The Benefits of Balancing Your Blood Sugar by Maureen “Mo” McDonnell, RN

Ask The Pharmacist by Mike Rogers or Bill Cheek of Nature’s Vitamins & Herbs

Empowering Women

Courage To Challenge, Part 1 by Jeanne Crane

Food For Thought

Herbs, Weeds, Blooms and More! Savor the Sweet Smells of Summer by Sandy McCall

Mindfully Yours

Mindful Hiking that Heals by Judith Toy

Minding Her Own Business

6 Ways to Attract and Identify Quality Clients You’ll Love to Serve by Sherri McLendon

It Just Takes 2 Minutes to Eat A Frog! by Saralyn Collins

Words By Women

Book Review: “Love May Fail” by Matthew Quick reviewed by Lauren Harr

Book Review: “Final Rights” by Tena Frank reviewed by Mary Ickes

Esther: A Poem by Emily Ross Hansen


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