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5ive for Women: OCT/NOV 2016 | VOL 5 – NO 5

Ready or not, here come the holidays, ladies! My favorite time of the year inevitably gets me thinking: Am I where I want to be? This year, I wanted to push myself out of my comfort zone. DOWNLOAD THIS ISSUE BELOW TO READ MORE!   Cover photo credit: Deromi, Lukas Gojda/Shutterstock           [ in this issue] (14) Goblins and Gourds (16) The Story Lady (18) Primo Pooch (20) Scarfapalooza (22) Warming Up for Fall (24) 8 Holiday Fare Food Swaps (26) Holidays & Pets (28) Turning on the Olympic Power (30) Can Tai Chi Really be Easy? (32) Career Development …

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5ive for Women: AUG/SEP 2016 | VOL 5 – NO 4

Our summer days are numbered, and I’m not sure where they all went. Leaves of rust, red, and orange will not be the only transformation we realize as we head into autumn. Seasons of life remind me the harder I strive to slow time down, the faster it marches on. DOWNLOAD THIS ISSUE BELOW TO READ MORE!   Cover model: Lanette Hesse Cover photo credit: Chumas Photography In this Issue: [ features ] (16) The Love of a Grandmother (18) The Magical Meal: Family Dinners . . . (20) Wine and Food 101 (26) Downtown Dining (30) A Dynamic Duo …

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Taking 5ive with Jackie Boos

Meet Jackie Boos: busy wife, mother, business professional, and Tourism Director for the Chippewa Falls Area Chamber of Commerce. Jackie and her husband, Matt, have built a home in the beautiful rural area of Tilden; they plan to stay residents for life. While she enjoys her ambitious schedule, Jackie also realizes that it takes a balance of the five Fs—faith, family, friends, fitness, and finance—to build a successful life. Click the magazine below to read what Jackie has to say about faith, family, friends, fitness, and finance on PAGE 10:

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Taking 5ive with Susan Peterson

Susan Peterson has been a resident of Eau Claire since 2008. She is a focused mother, business professional, advocate for children, and the Director of Junior Achievement of Wisconsin Inc., Northwest District and Coulee Region. From working diligently in her professional role to raising her daughters, Peterson knows continues to discover various ways to implement the five Fs of faith, family, friends, fitness, and finance. Click the magazine below to read what Susan has to say about faith, family, friends, fitness, and finance on PAGE 10:

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Taking 5ive with Kim Senn

Meet Kim Senn, a Chippewa Valley mother, wife, and life coach business owner. Despite a packed schedule full of many obligations, Kim still finds time to appreciate the most important things in life—including faith, family, friends, fitness, and finance. Click the magazine below to read what Kim has to say about faith, family, friends, fitness, and finance on PAGE 10:

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Taking 5ive with Katie Kuenkel

Many readers may recognize Katie Kuenkel from her work on the Moms Everyday show. As the host of the program, Katie connects with amazing women throughout the Chippewa Valley. However, Katie her own unique story and is well grounded in the five Fs . . . Click the magazine below to read what Katie has to say about faith, family, friends, fitness, and finance on PAGE 10:

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Women Rock!

Almost everyone knows a woman that has faced breast cancer. From close relatives to long-lost friends, disease has touched countless people. Sadly, many more are diagnosed daily. In the Chippewa Valley, Women Rock is an annual event offering a forum for addressing breast cancer through donations, shopping, camaraderie, and—most importantly—education. Charter Media (now Spectrum Reach) and Mayo Clinic Health System partnered together in 2003 to create Women Rock in Eau Claire. Click the magazine below to read the rest of Heather Rothbauer Wanish’s article detailing the Women Rock event PAGE 32:

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A Top Notch Résumé: Your Gateway to the Job Interview

Are you considering a geographical move that requires you to search for work? Do you think you’re ready for that internal promotion? Or, have you been thinking about “what’s out there” in terms of new opportunities in your field? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you will definitely need a new or updated résumé to move forward. Now the panic sets in. You haven’t written your résumé for over 10 years. Do you still need the same sections on your document? What do you keep, and what do you eliminate from your job history? Should there be …

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Taking 5ive with Vicki Hoehn

Vicki Hoehn wears many hats. From a career that has spanned several decades at Royal Credit Union (RCU) to a busy family life and a new grandson, Vicki knows the importance of time management, prioritization, and goal setting. Even though some people may view faith, family, friends, fitness, and finance as demanding, Vicki sees the 5ive as reasons life remains interesting. Click the magazine below to read what Vicki has to say about faith, family, friends, fitness, and finance on PAGE 10:

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Taking 5ive with Edie McDonald

WRITTEN BY HEATHER ROTHBAUER-WANISH Edie McDonald is a busy woman. As co-owner of McDonald Company, she manages Goldsmith Coffee Bar and Five Star Catering, using both to give students hands-on business experience. She is also a wife and a mother. In all of her endeavors, Edie understands the importance of a strong value system. And she juggles her multiple responsibilities maintaining focus on her family and her faith. Faith Edie’s grandparents played formative roles in making faith an important part of her life from a young age. “When I was young, I looked forward to going to church in the …

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