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?

Carousel Ranch: Where Therapy is Disguised as Fun!

Following their hearts and their love of horses, the founders of Carousel Ranch are utilizing the healing power of horses to improve the lives of differently abled children and young adults through equestrian therapy & vocational programs.

The Doe Fund: Creating Opportunity & Better Futures

With a belief that one can always do more, The Doe Fund addresses social injustice & provides men in NYC work opportunities & services to help individuals achieve self-sufficiency.

interesting people

Highlighting people who are shining their own light. Unbeknownst to them, they are inspiring us and others – our everyday heroes, artists, interviews and videos of people who have something good to share.

Students Sharing Goodness: Everyday Heroes

The students in the Climate and Culture Committee at Bothell High have the mission of spreading kindness and compassion- they are our everyday heroes!

Fascinated By Color – Bettina Madini: Artist of the Month

Her use of color is so elating! Bettina Madini is a European Artist and fashion designer who is fascinated by color. Her art is joyful, inspired and expressive.

Jeff Weiner Interview: Importance of Teaching Compassion

LinkedIn’s Jeff Weiner is on mission is to ensure every primary school student in the US understands what compassion is and how to practice it. “I believe that compassion education is really the foundation for greater diversity, equity, and inclusion in the classroom and in life.”

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 and author of "Wake Up Grateful"  “My practice is grateful living. And it’s literally in...

Dieting Sucks, Pregnancy & Menopause Sucks: Joanne Kimes

Joanne Kimes, author of the “Sucks” line of books and a new novel “Finding Paris” talks about being a writer, her inspiration and how life doesn’t “suck”!


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