Open Ears, Open Heart

Open Ears, Open Heart

How embracing life shifted one musician’s perspective By Katie Marie Chatham Emily Spencer, mother of five, has built her world around her love for music. Each of the experiences along her journey—she has an extensive background in the musical arts—has led her to a...
Entering Their World

Entering Their World

Advice for living with and caring for your loved one with Dementia By Melody Thomas-Morgan, Resident Relations Specialist, The Margaret T. Morris Center Living with and caring for your loved one with dementia can be challenging, stressful, and joyful … all within one...
Spreading Good Vibes

Spreading Good Vibes

Local sixth-graders launch a business to bring cheer to others during the pandemic—and hope their work will continue long into the future Prescott Woman Magazine sat down with entrepreneurs Ella Franz and Bebel Medina to discuss their business—and their mission: to...
Kim Blumstein of Flour Stone Bakery

Kim Blumstein of Flour Stone Bakery

A Family Offers “Baking How It Used To Be” By Tara Fort The essence of Flour Stone Bakery is steeped rich in heritage by its founder and owner, Kim Blumstein who, along with her husband, opened the business in 2015 to serve the Greater Quad-City area with handmade,...
First Things First

First Things First

Giving babies, toddlers, and preschoolers what they need to be healthy and successful The first five years of a child’s life are critically important in terms of brain development and the development of social skills that enhance success in school and throughout life,...
Little People, Big Hearts

Little People, Big Hearts

Local family shares the experience of being ‘different’ … and loving it By Katie Chatham Stephanie Miller and her family do things a little differently. Their “normal” may seem a bit different, too, but what is “normal,” anyway? A 40-year-old mother of two, Stephanie...