November 2015

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All the content from the November 2015 “The Business And Craft Of Art” issue!

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What I Know: Always Be A Little Kinder Than Necessary

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| By Carolyn Peerman | “Be kind. Remember everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle,” wrote T. H. Thompson. Have you got that? Pain and suffering are a part of everyone’s lot in life. No one escapes. You never …

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Ask The Experts: Cold Season

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| By Mike Rogers or Bill Cheek of Nature’s Vitamins & Herbs | Q: Hey boys, what would be a good wintertime supplement regimen to keep me and my family healthy this cold season? A: This is what we have …

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Claiming Your Personal Power

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| By Dawn Westmoreland | I believe every one of us was put on this earth to fulfill a divine purpose, and when we are in a bad relationship or an unsuitable job, we are not in alignment with our …

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Thriving Instead of Surviving: Top Ten Tips from two Sisters Making It in the Arts

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| By Sarah Wells Rolland and Fleta Wells Monaghan | When we were kids growing up together in the Florida wetlands, we never imagined that decades later we would both be in the art business, working as studio artists, running …

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Book Review: “A Closet Full of Masks” by Susan Snowden

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| Reviewed By Mary Ickes | Welcome back, Sarah Claiborne! When Susan Snowden published Southern Fried Lies in 2013, which won the Independent Publisher Book Award for Best Fiction in the Southeast, she was not planning a sequel. Reading fans, …

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Where Spirit Rides

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| By Betsy Willis | Patty Adams has given of herself to dance for over 30 years. Her focus and drive as a coach and instructor has taken her dance teams to numerous championships, instilling a strong work ethic and …

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Women Making Music: Millie Palmer – A Creature of the Land

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She’s grateful to both her parents for exposing her to music from day one. Although neither parent pursued careers in music, her mom Geri played piano and guitar and dad Mike played trumpet. She’s especially grateful to her mom for …

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10 Steps To A Guilt-Free Thanksgiving

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| By Medea Galligan, MS Nutrition, CHHC, AADP | It’s that time of year when family, friends, festivities, and food takes center stage in our lives. Since there’s no shortage of high-calorie, seasonal comfort foods, the holidays often break the …

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Mindfully Yours: The Writing Life

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My only claim to fame, before I fetched myself up as an untrained writer, was Kent State University waiving my freshman English classes and placing me in advanced English on the basis of an essay I wrote: “the Colonial bungling …

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Women Making Music: Sharon Lewis & Sandy Howard

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Making Old Songs Feel New Again For those who have grown weary of what the music industry now refers to as ‘Commercial Country’ music, a dim shadow of Country and Western music’s former greatness, you’ll be pleased to learn that …

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Become A Business Magnet: Turn Your Art into Profit – 7 Critical Steps to Success

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Art and artists abound in our culturally rich area. There are so many ways artists express themselves and many studios are open to the public on a regular basis; the seasonal ‘art walks’ bring people in from many different towns. …

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Art of Life

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| By Kristine Madera | Some people study art and make it their career, but in Asheville the more common path is to birth the ‘artist within’ later in life. Asheville connects to people’s creative impulses, and the inventive, expressive …

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Currency Corner: Making a Masterpiece of Your Financial Life

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There is a secret about financial planning that I will share with you. It’s not just science, it’s art! How can this be, you ask? Financial planning is all about math and math is related to science, right? Therefore, financial …

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