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Hope: One of Life’s Little Necessities

Hope: One of Life’s Little Necessities

Hope is something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately.  And I’ve come to a realization.Hope is a necessity for life.There’s a phrase that goes; “Where there’s life, there’s hope…” but I’d put it; “Where there’s hope, there’s life.” When I feel hopeless, it becomes...

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Jean Trebek
& Alison Martin

“May” We Ask You? Our Nurturing Letter

Editors Monthly "Share"insidewink co-founders, Jean Trebek & Alison Martin,  share their ideas on "nurture" and how the concept relates to all areas of life. Photo taken pre-pandemic :)"May" we ask...... what does the word “nurture" conjure up for you?   A sense of relaxation and joy? Or possibly some guilt and lack? Nurture is a verb and a noun defined as: to care for...

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Nurses-To-Be and Their Small Acts of Kindness

The Academy Director for Bay Path Practical Nursing reached out about these three woman and the small kindnesses these nurses-to-be have shown.

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Affirmation – a New Look

insidewink affirmations always have a new look, a fresh take, a different perspective that affords a minute to see things differently!

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How Nataly Kogan Can Help You Be Happier

Nataly Kogan is in the business of Happiness. Her Happier Method gives us straightforward ideas to inspire us to be happy too!

The Japanese Puffer Fish – Artist of the Month

The Japanese Puffer Fish works tirelessly to create a beautiful piece of geometric art to attract a worthy mate… and what did you do on Valentine’s Day?

Trebek Family Advocates Importance of The Compassion Project

The Compassion Project motivates children to see “compassion” as an action word, teaches kindness & social emotional learning skills to elementary school children.

Being Grateful in the Midst of the Messiness of Life

insidewink co-founders, Jean Trebek and Alison Martin, discuss being grateful even in the midst of the messiness of life with Kristi Nelson, Executive Director of gratefulness.org and author of "Wake Up Grateful"  “My practice is grateful living. And it’s literally in...

Smile! It’s Happy Headlines

Smile! It’s Happy Headlines

Need a reason to smile? Well, here’s our Happy Headlines! From Hummingbirds to Teens to Mama Bears to Sweet Treats… all good news to make you smile.

Hope: One of Life’s Little Necessities

Hope: One of Life’s Little Necessities

Hope is something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately.  And I’ve come to a realization.Hope is a necessity for life.There’s a phrase that goes; “Where there’s life, there’s hope…” but I’d put it; “Where there’s hope, there’s life.” When I feel hopeless, it becomes...

Gift Ideas for Mom

Gift Ideas for Mom

Need a gift idea for mom? Take a look at the insidewink gift guide that features 12 socially responsible companies and some really great unique gifts!

Hope – The Noun

Hope – The Noun

The Power of Hope the Noun is truly a life saver as the mother of Black children, Cheryl Farrell, processes rampant social injustices. A powerful must read…

Hope In Brooklyn

Hope In Brooklyn

The wonderful Kate Fuglei shares a beautiful piece about her return to a Brooklyn neighborhood and the hope and joy she found there one year after the pandemic started.

Suddenly Grateful

Oh God, here again. I sit in the ICU next to my mother. I look at her thin skin and her pale lips...

True Compassion

Are You Truly Compassionate? During this holiday season, I want to reflect upon the word that...

Circle of Kindness

The other day I was riding my bike and I was hit by a car.  Not badly…but enough that it got my...

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