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Read Leslie’s thoughts on what moms in America can learn from moms in East Africa HERE.
Leslie had the honor of being chosen as one of the 100 women making a difference in her community!
Leslie wrote this poem for an event called DIFFRINT. Read about the event in the Dispatch-Argus HERE.
Read Leslie’s latest post for the Quad Cities Moms’ Blog HERE.
A round-up of Mothers’ Day gift ideas for the Mama Bear in your life! Read it HERE.
Check out the interview with the Quad City Moms Blog HERE.
In this month’s Gold Book, Leslie writes about her new endeavor: part-ownership of downtown Davenport’s first coworking space. She tells readers about her new adventure and thanks them for reading for the last four years. Read her final article HERE.
Leslie explores the world of adult coloring for The Gold Book. Read the article HERE.
Leslie was thrilled to contribute once again YogaIowa. Read her article (and the entire magazine!) online HERE.
Leslie wrote a series of guest editorials for the Quad City Times surrounding her trip to Tanzania with Empower Tanzania. Read them by clicking the links below.
A Christmas Eve reflection: Leslie was asked to join a group of faithful bloggers and contribute a few thoughts this season. Read her guest post here.
In this month’s Radish Magazine, Leslie writes about the meditative practice of zentangle. Read Pen, Paper, Peace: Zentangle Drawing Practice Offers Meditative Benefits in January’s Radish.
Read Leslie’s reflection about letting go of perfection during the holiday season in this month’s Radish Magazine. Click HERE to read..
Read my recent guest post on The Adventure Project’s blog, How Supporting The Adventure Project Has Delivered Friendship, Provided Purpose, and Made Me A Better Mom, by clicking HERE!
For the Spring issue of Yoga Iowa I wrote about meditation and seeking peace in the midst of the busyness of family life. Click HERE to read the article.
In this month’s Radish Magazine, Leslie explores ways to stay positive during the cold winter months. Read about it by clicking HERE.
Read about Sister Kathleen Storms, a retreat director, healthy food advocate, and cookbook author in November’s Radish. Click HERE to learn about this fascinating woman as well as some new tips for cooking wholesome foods for a crowd.
This summer, our family learned to meditate. Read about this fantastic experience here.
Can we talk about the tender topic of parenting without judgement? Leslie thinks so. Read the whole story in this month’s Radish Magazine by clicking here.
Read more about compassion fatigue and what it might look like to stay engaged with our concerns and efforts here.
Click here to read “Beyond the banquet: With the right frame of mind, every meal can be a feast”
Radish Magazine, December 2012
A Store Full of Stories,
The Gold Book, September 2012
Gifts of the heart: Unique Mother’s Day gifts that do a world of good, Radish Magazine, April 2012