September 2015

All the content from the September 2015 “Women Minding Their Own Business” issue!

FEATURES

THIS MONTH’S COVER IMAGE: PHOTO:  Asheville Garden Tour 2014 Local pastel artist, Bridget R. Hepler, has a strong passion for gardening when contemplating her organic palette. This image of her daughter was taken during a garden tour. The environment, her innocence and heart - are all truly inspiring! Bridget also continues to evolve creatively by wearing many hats in the marketing & fine art world. Her latest pastel exhibit is currently on display at Sal On Intuition in downtown Asheville.  Visit her web site or Facebook page for more info: www.facebook.com/risdondesign ~ risdondesign.com/home.html ~ pinterest.com/risdondesign

THIS MONTH’S COVER IMAGE:
PHOTO: Asheville Garden Tour 2014
Local pastel artist, Bridget R. Hepler, has a strong passion for gardening when contemplating her organic palette. This image of her daughter was taken during a garden tour. The environment, her innocence and heart – are all truly inspiring!
Bridget also continues to evolve creatively by wearing many hats in the marketing & fine art world. Her latest pastel exhibit is currently on display at Sal On Intuition in downtown Asheville.
Visit her web site or Facebook page for more info: www.facebook.com/risdondesign ~ risdondesign.com/home.html ~ pinterest.com/risdondesign

Painting A Gift Of Hope by Haley Steinhardt

The Psychology of Women and Work by Clara B. Jones

Soulful Co-Creating at Home, Work and Community – Part 1 by Layne Cutright

Women At The Wheel by Brianna Blackwelder

Sharing Kindness Through Clothing by Kristine Madera

Trails, Snails and the Other Hard Stuff by Angie Mattson Stegall

Gardening With The Sun: A Virgo In The Garden by Megan Riley

A Night At The Opera – A Benefit for Missions’ Ladies Night Out

Harvest Seeds for Future Gardens by Kathryn Hall

DEPARTMENTS

Opinion

Words From The Editor by Sandi Tomlin-Sutker

Meet Our Advertisers: Barbara Cerridwen of Dream Closets

CosmiComedy: All In Divine Order by Lavinia Plonka

Funny, Isn’t It? by Jeanne Charters

Brewing Up A Storm

The Graceful Finesse of Leah Wong Ashburn by Anita Riley

Common Sense Health

The Health Benefits of Minding Your Own Business by Maureen “Mo” McDonnell, RN

Ask The Experts: Nature’s Vitamins & Herbs by Mike Rogers & Bill Cheek

Empowering Women

Courage to Challenge Part II by Jeanne Crane

Food For Thought

Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut … by Sandy McCall

Mindfully Yours

The Business of Art: A Change of Careers by Judith Toy

Minding Her Own Business

River Deep & Wide: Finding the Way Home by Sherri McLendon

Communication Blunders: Are You Guilty? by Saralyn Collins

Women Making Music

Spotlight on Caitlin Krisko by Peggy Ratusz

Words By Women: Poetry/Fiction/Book Reviews

“Big Magic” by Elizabeth Gilbert reviewed by Lauren Harr of Malaprop’s Bookstore

Book Review: “Accidental Birds of the Carolinas” by Marjorie Hudson reviewed by Mary Ickes

Stephanie, a Portrait: A Poem by Emily Ross Hansen

Sandi Tomlin-Sutker
Written by Sandi Tomlin-Sutker