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The 2013 Fall issue of Powerful Women Magazine features articles on the theme of arts and technology. This 30-page issue features female entrepreneurs and business owners who lose themselves in creation, use technology to create flexible work cultures, combine art and technology to run successful businesses and provide tips on using technology to foster our love of the arts. This issue also showcases the work of four female photographers each with their own unique creative style as well as an artist who shares her knowledge on applying art...read more
The 2013 Summer issue of Powerful Women Magazine features articles on the theme of health and wellness. Throughout this bumper 44-page issue, you will find a wide range of articles on the topic—personal stories, tips a nd information on maintaining one’s own health, staying focused on your business when feeling down, various approaches to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The Summer issue also includes several nutritious recipes, including an Indian recipe from Chef Taruneet, Mango Chutney Restaurant, in Cambridge, Ontario. In this bumper...read more
Students across Waterloo Region seeking entrepreneurship experience need to apply soon to take advantage of the Ontario’s Summer Company program Tuesday May 20, 2014 Kitchener, ON – Ontario’s Summer Company program application deadline is May 23, 2014. The Waterloo Region Small Business Centre is administering the Summer Company program for local high school, college, and university students. The program guides students through the process of launching their own business throughout their summer vacation and offers the rewarding experience of...read more
It’s not easy being a female entrepreneur, taking care of your family and keeping on top of your health at the same time. Even though it may seem difficult to make time for healthy choices, without your health you cannot run your business, be an integral part of your community and feel great. This is why I will be outlining some easy steps to take in order to lead a more naturopathic lifestyle despite your busy schedule. Before I get into the specifics, let’s take a step back and talk about what naturopathy even means. Naturopathic medicine...read more
By Taruneet Walia, Executive Chef, Mango Chutney Inc. The modern world is fast, hectic, demanding, challenging and full of opportunities. I think we all will agree that whatever we do, it is difficult to keep up with the pace of everyday demands. Super women of today are trying to find a balance between work and home, family and career. And this can’t be achieved without a healthy body, mind and soul. Ever since my childhood, I have heard our elders say health is wealth. No matter how successful you become, if you don’t have a healthy body,...read more
We live in a fast-paced complicated environment. As we try to take care, we face an overload of conflicting ideas on what we need to be healthy. Often what seems to work for others, really doesn’t work for us. The reason is simple. The complicated mechanism of our body, is unique. No body function reacts or heals in exactly the same way as another. Ayurveda means the Science of Life or the Science of Longevity. It is a medical system that has been practised for thousands of years in India. It speaks to having a longer healthier life with a...read more
Article submitted by Mike Chapman, Breathe Into Motion Yoga Studios “Yoga came into my life at a time when I had lost a considerable amount of weight and had begun weight training more seriously. My body was suffering from many injuries, most notably a bulging disc in my lower back, and a wrist injury due to repetitive strain as a piano instructor. My body was definitely begging to stretch and heal. As a classically trained professional singer, I was already acutely aware of breathing and believed wholeheartedly in the healing power of the...read more
Article submitted by Sue Bock, Courage to Adventure Coaching’ We wake up to dawn’s early light to a view we had been greeted by just the day before—Diamond Head, the icon of the island of Oahu and Waikiki Beach. It looms over the ocean, the beach, and yes, even the flamingos in the zoo below our hotel room. After driving to the trailhead, we make our way. We are anticipating a beautiful clear view at the top, where long ago it was used as a “look out” to notify the unsuspecting Hawaiian people of any attack. We start our trek with the...read more
Article submited by Nancy Ariss, Elora Label Company “Momma, let me take a bite out of that Marshmallow Sky!”~ My 3-year-old son Noah. This little gem of a quote came out of my son Noah a couple of weeks ago, while we drove to the grocery store. I had to stop the vehicle and write it down as I didn’t want to forget it. I’m a mother of two young energetic children, Meaghan, six and Noah who is three. These two little kid-lets are my reason for trying to stay healthy and happy so I can be the best Mom I can for them. I’m a “senior mother”...read more
AJAG Presents: Its 2013 Women’s Leadership Conference May 31, 2013 • 8:30 am to 4:30 pm • Markham Event Centre, 95 Duffield Drive, Markham, ON $350.00 (plus HST) per person (breakfast and lunch included). This program has been accredited by the Law Society for 3 Professionalism Hours and is eligible for up to 3.25 Substantive Hours. Accountants will receive credit for 6 professional development hours. If you have already registered for the conference, please disregard this message Who is speaking? Natalie Gokchenian is an...read more