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Walking a path of transformation
OnYourMind: Cyndie Hays: Listening to our intuitive wisdom and walking labyrinths
What I know for sure
OnYourMind: Betsy Koepke: Tapping into the power, abundance and energy all of us have
Small space gardens
OnYourMind: Vetris Pate: Three steps to growing plants, herbs and food even with a tiny yard or apartment


The legal fight against hostile work environments is far from over
OnYourMind: Jean Boler revisits the landmark case of the Eveleth Mines



Demonstrating courage in the face of adversity
OnYourMind: Nekima Levy-Pounds: It's time for things to change
Finding our common connections
OnYourMind:Ingebretsen's: Examining our own immigrants roots
OnYourMind February 2017
OnYourMind: Patti Christie: The value of pet insurance and wellness coverage

Girls in STEM
OnYourMind: Alka Goyal: We need to strengthen our openness to girls and women in math and science
BE your resolution
OnYourMind: DeeDee Welles: Make stronger New Year pledges
Minnesota's future
OnYourMind: Trista Harris: Building on our diversity is in our hands
Rally for feminism
OnYourMind: Katherine Kulus: A 17-year-old imagines a world where men and women have equal opportunities
Global curiosity
OnYourMind: Gail Shore: Traveling with a passion to learn
Supporting Hillary Clinton
OnYourMind: Rosemary Rocco: Why does it matter if there is a woman president?
What I want every girl to be
OnYourMind: Erin Maye Quade: Running for political office while standing on women's shoulders
Clutter free
OnYourMind: Heidi Johnson: Space as sanctuary
Air - the forgotten element
OnYourMind: Brandy Toft: Air quality advocate
Where are my people?
OnYourMind: Roxanne Givens: America's limited historical perspective and short-term memory
Not out of money
OnYourMind: Kay Stienessen: Teaching yourself to be conscious of saving, spending and debts
No Black women left behind
OnYourMind: Kenya McKnight-Ahad: Black women are falling through the cracks economically without anyone noticing
From Beijing to Minnesota
OnYourMind: Amy Lauricella: Women's rights are human rights



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