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A Dozen Reasons for Looking Forward to ShiftCon

ShiftCon has sprouted up as a fresh approach to new media conferencing, setting itself apart from an already crowded landscape of blogging events! The blogosphere has inspired an entire industry of conferences, seeking to connect those who work and socialize online with in-person experiences.  We’ve shared with you previous visits to BlogHer, Type A Parent […]

Continue Reading By on August 29, 2014 in agriculture, blogging, safer chemicals, well-being, wellness

Determined Women Finish Half Marathon Despite Obstacles

You start out with something not going your way. You fall down. You get back up. You finish what you started. You couldn’t imagine a clearer metaphor for life than the one Vicky Wallace and Melissa Peplow measured in strides on a cold December morning in East Tennessee.  The friends finished a personal best for […]

Continue Reading By on December 4, 2013 in community, faith, fitness, Uncategorized, well-being, wellness, women

Therapist Volunteers for Healing Cambodian Mission

Licensed Occupational Therapist Melissa Gunter Massages her Daughter, Chloe Images of the Khmer Rouge killing fields have been seared into her memory since earlier days as a tourist in Cambodia.  Melissa Gunter recognizes that the Southeastern Asian country where millions lost their lives to civil war remains a place in need of much healing. So, […]

Continue Reading By on July 29, 2013 in children, health, mother, parenting, volunteer, well-being