3-Week Series in Feng Shui

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4 Ways to Build Female Leadership

The percentage of women who hold leadership roles in business, higher education and government grows with each passing year —…
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Sweet Potato Kale Quinoa Salad

Sweet Potato Kale Quinoa Salad pairs nicely with a protein of choice for dinner. However, the leftovers are even better…
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Self-Love and the Power of Choice

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | As February comes to an end, our search for our soul mate and loving…
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Projecting Anger on My Yoga Mat

Going into my second weekend of yoga teacher training, I had just completed my first week on the new job.…
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Welcome Back Mitski

By Daley Hooten • Rumlbe Contributor | It’s Feb. 17, around 5 p.m., and the line starting from the entrance of…
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Forgiveness

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | Out of Exile
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Gluten-free Minestrone Soup

There’s nothing like the warmth and savory flavor of a hearty bowl of soup on a cold winter’s day. Over…
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Dear Solitude & Sanity

By Dr. Dara DeLeon • Rumble Contributor | Dear solitude and sanity,
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African American art showcase at WCU

Artwork by artist and author Ann Miller Woodford are currently on display in “Ann Miller Woodford: The Artist as Storyteller”…
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7 Things to Consider When Dating Over 50

By Joyce Glass Over thirty years ago, at 17-years old and a senior in high school, I went on what…
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Vampire

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | Today’s article is brought to by the letter “V” and the number 14….…
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The Bloody History of Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day, like so many of the seemingly trivial holidays that dot our calendars, originated thousands of years ago as…
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What Woman Really Want for Valentine’s Day

There’s some major misinformation about women being hard to please when it comes to Valentine’s Day. The truth is if…
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Lovers Card Invites You to Love Yourself in 2022

“In this Lovers year, you need to find a way to be romanced by your own life,” — Sara Faith Gottesdiener…
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Valentine

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | Will You Be My Valentine?
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6 Tips to Change Your Money Mindset

At age 42, I’m nearing mid-life or maybe I’m already there. Who knows? With my boys’ college tuition and my…
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Tips for Grocery Shopping on a Budget

Grocery shopping is my happy place. I don’t know how this happened but over the years, the weekly, bi-weekly or…
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Women-owned Food Truck Event Coming to Cherokee

Come support some amazing local businesses cooking up incredible dishes from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb.…
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5 Long-Term Financial Planning Tips for Couples

Financial planning is easy when there's only one person to consider. But adding a partner to the mix can add…
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The Fool’s Journey — Part 1

Lying on my back in shavasana (corpse pose) during my first night of Yoga Teacher Training at Waynesville Yoga Center,…
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I Can't Find My Keys

By Moe Long • Rumble Contributor | Like many millennials, I was sold the hope of a college degree and told…
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Intuition

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | Thank you, fellow Traveler, for giving me the opportunity to address the topic of…
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CBD 101 with Kim Ferguson

Until relatively recently, few people had heard of cannabidiol (CBD). Now, it’s popular with all demographics. It’s even being used with cats…
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Lessons Learned Working With A Health Coach

Those who’ve been following my progress for the last several years know I’ve been prioritizing my health more than I…
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New Offerings From Women's Natural Health Leader

Corinna Wood is making another splash in the women’s natural health community with new offerings. On Jan. 31, Wood will…
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UNCA Professor Awarded National Science Foundation Grant

Angel Kaur, assistant professor of neuroscience at the University of North Carolina Asheville, understands that delivering scientific jargon can lead to…
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WCU Librarian Wins ‘I Love My Librarian’ Award

Shamella Cromartie, associate dean of Hunter Library at Western Carolina University and a driving force for empowering scholarship on campus…
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How Chakras Play Into Your Guidance System

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | I’ve been working with my intuition for quite some time. During the last two…
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Franny's Farmacy Opens South Slope Location

Franny’s Farmacy is celebrating the Grand Opening of its newest CBD Dispensary in Asheville’s South Slope District  on Wednesday, Feb.…
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MLK Day Events

• Western Carolina University’s Martin Luther King Jr. weeklong celebration will be highlighted this year with speaker Charisse Burden-Stelly’s keynote…
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Finding Your Words

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | Words have power.  What makes them powerful is that they express our thoughts and connect…
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Black Violin at Bardo Arts Center

Tickets are now on sale for Black Violin, presented by the Bardo Arts Center Performance Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 9,…
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Amanda Gorman's New Year's Poem 'New Day's Lyric'

Amanda Gorman is the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history, as well as an award-winning writer and cum laude graduate…
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Tuscola Freshmen Wins Thomas Wolfe Essay Contest

Eireann Marcus, a 9th grader at Tuscola. Eireann Marcus, a freshman at Tuscola High School in Haywood County, recently won…
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Seeking the Rhythms of the Earth

By Leigh-Ann Renz | Are you ready to take your yoga to the next level? Not content to simply explore…
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Harriet Tubman statue moves on

The statue of Harriet Tubman that has been standing at Bridge Park in downtown Sylva depicts a woman in motion.…
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2022’s Biggest Opportunities and Challenges: Your Year Ahead Horoscopes

Lori Randall Stradtman, author of "Online Reputation Management for Dummies," is also a practical mystic astrologer who's given over 10,000…
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Let Mother Nature Be Your Guide

The human race is always searching for guidance and inspiration, but sometimes we simply need to turn to Mother Nature.…
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Lessons from New York City

Between Dec. 26 and Dec. 30, my younger sibling and brother-in-law played tour guides to me and my mom in…
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Time for Renewal

Asheville Gallery of Art’s February show, “Time for Renewal” will feature works by three new gallery members:  Kathy Goodson, Margie Kluska,…
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Why do we burn sage?

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | 
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The Urge To Purge

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | The New Year is a reset for many of us. We KNOW that this…
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Quick & Easy Holiday Chex Mix

My dad has been baking holiday Chex mix since I can remember. Along with our Christmas gifts is always a…
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5 Ways to Manage Holiday Stress

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, right? Or at least that’s what the Hallmark movies tell us... While…
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What to let go, and what to grow….

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor | With the winter solstice marking the beginning of the winter season, you might notice…
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Wanted: A Fa La La Attitude

By Sabrina Matheny • Rumble Contributor |
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Peppermint Kiss Pound Cake

The secret to this cake is the peppermint Hershey’s Kisses. The little morsels are made of smooth white chocolate, but…
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6 Tips for Running in the Cold

Being from the mountains of Western North Carolina, temperatures can get bitterly cold during the winter months, although this year…
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What You Should Know About Winter Solstice

You may already feel like we’ve entered the winter months, but officially next Tuesday’s winter solstice marks the beginning of…
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