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5ive for Women APRIL/MAY 2014 issue | VOL 3 – NO 2

Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. -Saint Francis of Assisi

Hello spring! I think we all can agree it has been a brutal Wisconsin winter. Not only am I thrilled at the idea of being able to go outside, but I look forward to cherished early morning runs without risk of hypothermia. Spring fever is in full swing.

I’m sure you’ll be shocked to learn that there is, yet again, a lot going on in the Theisen household. The blessing of five kids greatly increases the likelihood that, at any given moment, we may be averting a crisis—it’s simple math. Nevertheless, we’ve survived winter sports, and we’re gearing up for spring activities. I just sent my eldest off to the mountains of Colorado for spring break. A great adventure for him, leaving his mom on high alert until his safe return. DOWNLOAD THIS ISSUE BELOW TO READ MORE!

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Download New Issue: April / May 2014 | VOL 3 - NO 2

April / May 2014 | VOL 3 - NO 2In this Issue:

[ features ]

  • (14) Blessings: Connecting Families through Adoption
  • (18) Adventures & Gems
  • (22) Spring Cleaning: Out Wi th the Old (YOU), in Wi th the NEW!
  • (24) Sleepless in Wisconsin
  • (28) Sharing a Passion for Music
  • (30) Focus on What Exc i tes You
  • (36) Premarital Agreements: Beyond the Stigma

[ in every issue ]

Editor’s Note
News From Jen Theisen

Feed My People Food Bank

On the Scene
Out and About in the Valley

Taking 5ive
Meet Women in the Valley

Fab Finds
Our Favorite Finds

Foodie Forum

Quick Fixes
by the 5ive Crew

Book Reviews

Rays of Grace
By Grace Theisen

Can-Do Decorating
Classics Furniture

What’s Going On
Calendar of Events

Ad Index
A List of Advertisers

At 5ive, we are advocates of healthy priorities and fitness for life, while striving to motivate, energize, and inspire camaraderie of the Chippewa Valley sisterhood. With an emphasis on equilibrium and personal growth, 5ive for Women encourages the on-the-go gal to pause for self-nurturing through insightful articles and thought-provoking features—supporting the not-so-simple balance between faith, family, friends, fitness, and finance.

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