Taking Away Cancer’s Power: From Toxic to Tattooed, One Woman’s Story Of Breast Cancer By Gail Gates “Rex and I buy each other tattoos for Christmas,” said Dee Kotaska. She briefly met my eyes and then continued to study the café menu. It was a second later that I realized the inappropriately loud burst of [...]
Kelly Furda, MD (Dr. Furda is a radiologist at the Park Nicollet Jane Brattain Breast Center) With 1 in 8 women developing breast cancer in their lifetime, you likely know someone who’s had breast cancer or maybe experienced it yourself. In the United States, breast cancer is the 2nd most common cancer in women after [...]
Carol is a strategist with a passion for helping people accomplish world-changing goals, no matter how large or small their world may be. She has worked with the White House, Fortune 100 companies, many associations as well as start-up solopreneurs and retirees who want to make a difference. She has been on the cutting edge of major social [...]
After playing a pioneering role in mainstreaming therapeutic massage over the past 40 years -- including 21 years as the official masseuse of the St. Paul Saints -- Sister Rosalind Gefre is about to become the unofficial Flying Nun when she parachutes out of an airplane. The legendary masseuse will join the national community of [...]
Recalling Who You Are: Feeling The Tingle Of Midlife Restlessness By Blog and Photos by Gail Gates "What would you be glad you did--even if you failed?" --Brene Brown Have you ever discovered something about yourself while unintentionally eavesdropping? Or, in the wisdom of cosmic timing, is it an accident to receive what is needed [...]
When Our Naughty Bits Need Attention: The Anticipation Of An Aging But DANGEROUS Couple’s Night Event At The Smitten Kitten
When Our Naughty Bits Need Attention: The Anticipation Of An Aging But DANGEROUS Couple’s Night Event At The Smitten Kitten [...]
As the daughter of two Marines, I am so grateful for the armed forces as well as all who care for our communities! I am especially proud of the women who served and are serving.