Simple things can help so look at our ideas for a care package to help the city’s most vulnerable.
We love Rachel Marie… especially when she opens up to the core by looking at the hunger she wants to fulfill her creativity.
Steve Alperin is at the heart of SurvivorNet’s mission — To bring comfort and power to those looking for answers by creating a valuable online resource for cancer treatment and prevention.
Start the new year out on a healthy note with Jean’s fresh and light quinoa pasta recipe. It’s easy to substitute any vegetable that you like, and make it just the way you like…you can’t go wrong.
Jeanette Dubois’ Morning Mimosa is magical! It focuses on the elements of creativity and what love’s got to do with it.
With your open heart, positive mind, persistance, the experiences you desire are being revealed to you.
Meet our newest columnist – Anne Cochran! If you have a teen or know a teen her insights on college are for you.
Would you take $1 from a homeless person? Jean discusses the amazing generousity of the human spirit with Rev. Dr. Mark Vierra & Rev. Marc Laponce of North Hollywood Church of Religious Science.
Just like many of us who carry the feeling of not fitting in, guest writer Natalie Soriano shares her discoveries on how she found a place of love and acceptance.
Jean and I were discussing what it means to be creative and how so many times people don’t see or applaud their own true creativity. We are in the process of creating all the time… every moment is an act of ingenuity and imagination, but sometimes we don’t give ourselves credit. Coming up this month look out for Kate Fugali’s beautiful story on this idea. She highlights how creativity is not as elusive as we may think, it’s actually present in all jobs and at all times.
We hope you’ve taken a look at…
Jean’s talks with her long time friend Jeff Witten about his work with the amazing organization – World Vision – and all the opportunities they are creating around the globe.
Creativity doesn’t have to be restricted to writing a poem, painting or singing an aria, although those are worthy occupations. Creativity can happen when we take the time to really see the world around us.
We do not know the end of the journey. Our path twists and turns with picturesque beauty, valleys of peace, gentle whisperings of support. Don’t let getting to the end make you miss the view.
Peter Martin, insidewink’s new plant expert, helps us start our new year garden with great tips.
We use them and we love them. Our insidewink team likes to share the good. So, when we find something we love, we want to share it with you! Here’s this month’s picks of what’s good…
Christy Shelton’s creativity abounds as we take a look at her beautiful work and her mission as an ecology minded artist.
Jean’s mother-in-law, the lovely Lucille Trebek, made this tasty hearty pea soup during the winter, a tradition that Jean happily continues.
Happy New Year! Let’s have a great start to 2020 – with a look at some good stuff happening in the world around us.
Can a piece of gum, oozing blood and a chicken teach you peace?
Not feeling creative? You are not alone. Most people don’t feel that they have a “creative bone in their body.” Jean gives us some tips to get through to your creative self.