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 […]
Notes from two more speakers.
by Deb Seminary This is my final post on the More magazine Reinvention Convention. The luncheon keynote was Dana Delaney, probably best known for her time on China Beach and most recently, Desperate Housewives. She was interviewed by Lee Woodruff and they discussed a lot of things, including the causes […]
Stone Fruit "Sisters"
by Karen K. Ehrens, LRD Consultant to Healthy North Dakota The closer we move to summer the easier it gets to find delicious produce in the places we find food. Starting in May and into June, we move into cherry-apricot-peach-plum time! These are the stone fruits, called that for the […]
by Deb Seminary Lee Woodruff was the emcee for the Reinvention Convention. An author and Good Morning America contributor, Woodruff is also the wife of journalist Bob Woodruff, who survived a roadside bomb in Iraq. Through his recovery process, she learned a lot – and the couple has also helped […]
by Deb Seminary I attended the More magazine Reinvention Convention to get ideas and have a little time to myself. The weather in Chicago was perfect for walking and sightseeing. I finally saw “the bean” – a fabulous sculpture in Millenium Park. As you can see, it’s pretty popular. But […]
Meet Lesley Jane Seymour
by Deb Seminary Lesley Jane Seymour has been the Editor-in-Chief of More magazine since January 2008. I introduced myself to her at the More magazine reinvention convention in Chicago, May 17th. I gave her a copy of the May/June Inspired Woman Sister Issue and told her she could steal any […]
Self-Exams for Men: a Business Fraught with Peril
by Rob Taylor As a rule, words at the office are few at 6:00 a.m. on Monday mornings. We stand in line in the break room, waiting to fill our coffee cups, amazed that anything percolates before sunrise. Soon, the meetings will begin, or if there are none – if […]
Gardening Feeds the Soul, the Senses and your Family
By Amanda Mack Witnessing the slow greening of the earth in spring brings a palpable mood shift for people of the northern plains. It is a soul-stirring phenomenon that spring-cleans the mind. This sense of renewal lives on through the growing season as those little seeds wondrously transform into flowers […]