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Fixity's Solution
YourStory: Fix it, don't nix it, says Katherine Hayes
Aging artfully
YourStory: ArtSage supports lifelong learning in the arts and shares Lucy Rose Fischer's story as an example
Winning my battle with food
YourStory: Wendy Williams Blackshaw relates the three truths that helped her recover from an eating disorder
Fooled by Lady Luck
YourStory: Christine looks back on how she nearly lost everything to a gambling addiction
Gotta dance
YourStory: Win or lose, Elizabeth Dickinson aims for excellence in ballroom competitions
The Welcome Basket
YourStory: When cancer strikes, here are ideas for simple goodies to give a family in Crisistown
A 'wheely' good sport
YourStory: Rose Hollermann's love of wheelchair basketball carried her all the way to the 2012 London Paralympics

The Drive
YourStory: Hilal Isler was 30 years old and afraid to drive
Northfield Pedalers
YourStory: Instead of sitting around drinking coffee, adventurous seniors hop on their bikes and ride
'Writing to Wake the Soul'
YourStory: Karen Hering on how writing connects us to our truth and the sacred ground of our being
Embrace your inner crone
YourStory: Crone's celebrated on Pat Rustad's 70th birthday
So, you're in your 50s!
YourStory: Take a chance and live your dream, advises Katrina Stamboulieh
Suicide, and those left behind
YourStory: Julie Anne Wilbert, a survivor of suicide loss, will never make sense of it
Frugally rich and green
YourStory: Holly Jorgensen strives to live lightly on the Earth
Intentional design
YourStory: An intentional approach to interior design will meet your physical and psychological needs
Letters of Thai Cafe
YourStory: A hand-written letter exchange at a St. Paul restaurant brings memories of another generation's experience
Pen pals endure
YourStory: After writing letters for 45 years, Betty Braun Auten met her longtime pen pal, Veronica
Camp: Why I kept going back
YourStory: Medora Kea overcame that first bumpy bus ride to camp as a kid, which led to the road of becoming a camp counselor
Voices of women in Shakopee prison
YourStories: Three inmates write about their lives, their fears and their dreams.
Fighting the dark beast
YourStory: Mary Logue asks us to claim our mental illnesses without shame.

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