Journey to Self-Discovery

When I was young and my mom was mentally well, she talked to me a lot about life. She showed


Retrospective: Arvonne Fraser

Arvonne Fraser died August 7, 2018, at the age of 92. She was a Minnesota Women’s Press Changemaker in 2004. In an essay she

Offering Home Support

Investing in services that enable older adults to remain independent, while providing peace of mind to caregivers, will help make communities stronger and more self-sufficient.

The Dark & The Light

From my end-of-summer balcony, it allows me an active way to observe the balance of the dark and light, paying more attention to where I put my energy, and where I don’t need to.

Kate Nowlin: Stories With Dimension

“Over three million women have served in our post-9/11 wars, and I felt there was ample room to contribute a story about a female warrior.”

Rosy Simas Facilitates the Weave of Healing

Many Native people believe that intergenerational trauma for all people is not simply a psychological concept, but a physical one — that traumatic events in our ancestors live on in our bodies, blood, and bones.

Who are you? What do you believe?

I Believe in My Body I was the first person in my family to go to college in 1981. During the first week


What’s In a Name?

My name is Siena, the 648th most popular girls name in the United States. Unsurprisingly, I have spent an extraordinary amount of


Taking the Taboo Out of My Chronic Pain

I am a 23-year-old dancer, singer, cook, and reader. I have a feisty and loveable orange cat named Olly. I adore sushi, candles,


Ellie Krug: Her Life Transition at Age 52

Ellie Krug has a deep voice. You’ll notice it right away when you hear her speak, and she knows it. She’ll often