THIS WOMAN WRITES Accepting Ourselves
Over the last several weeks, I've run into a number of people from a variety of backgrounds who are all talking about the same thing: accepting themselves.
Or rather, the difficulty they have had, ... Posted on 10/9/13 at 1:09 PM
SLOWING THE RACING MIND Look at Your Arm
Look at your arm.
My stomach dropped, and I caught my breath as I read the one line text response from a friend. I blinked a few times and exhaled audibly as I let the words sink in.
Look at your ar... Posted on 1/24/13 at 7:32 AM
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN OF: LETTING INNER BEAUTY SHINE Michelle Pagel
Michelle is my mom who is the strongest person I know.In the last 3-4 years she has gone through so much to include a neck injury that almost left her to be a quadraplegic, was diagnosed with Pancreat... Posted on 9/21/12 at 6:25 PM
The nominees for the Port Cities Luncheon’s Woman of the Year have been announced.
The Woman of the Year will be named at the group’s annual luncheon, scheduled for noon May 5 at Duluth’s Radisson Hotel. Duluth Playhouse Executive and Artistic Director Christine will be the luncheon’s speaker. The event is open to the public. Tickets cost $17 and must be purchased in advance by calling Marcia at (218) 722-1042.Woman of the Year nominees and their sponsoring organizations are:
Susan Bussa, Altrusa;
Becky Hall, Lake Superior Medical Society Alliance;
Charlotte Kerelko, Duluth Area Retired Educators Association;
Katie Kuettel, Junior League of Duluth, Sustainers;
Pauline Kukull, St. Mary’s Hospital, Superior;
Dale Hurst, Friends of the Duluth Public Library;
Karin Swor, West Duluth Women’s Club;
Nancy Melander, Duluth Woman’s Club.
The first woman of the year was named in 1948.
Emerging Women Today is a place where professional women new to the area or re-entering the work force could come for support, to get acquainted and to meet and learn from women already established in their careers.
For those whose lives revolve primarily around real people in real time and real space, hurry, go hide. Here’s what you missed in the social networking universe the past few days: the twittered miscarriage.
Once a month, the Femmes Frugal leave bedtime rituals behind and settle in at a St. Paul coffee shop to swap tips about budget meal planning and affordable holiday gifts. St. Paul moms and neighborhood friends Rhonda Black and Andrea Erickson started the money group as a way to take the drudgery out of dollar-stretching. As the name suggests, this is no serious study group. “We wanted to make frugal fun and chic, not down in the dumps,” Erickson said.
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