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Extreme visual journalist Juliana Coles says her form of art journaling can be intense when she teaches workshops. “I’m a witness to their mystic journey,” she says. In recent years, she’s been painting, too, showing in art galleries. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

Artist teaches visual journaling

Artist’s extreme visual journaling style has been a lifeline to both teacher and students

María MartÍnez-Siemel, right, with her daughter, Pilar.

Success is all about family for attorney

It’s all about family for estate planning attorney María Martínez-Siemel, one of the newest members of the Ask the Experts panel on the Sage magazine website at abqjournalsage.com.

WALTHER: Practices collaborative law

Breaking up doesn’t have to break you

After 17 years in family law, attorney Gretchen Walther says she sometimes wishes lawyers took the medical doctor’s “do no harm” oath.

Trip through time is revealing

As Sage heads into its 25th anniversary issue, to be published Aug. 2, I wanted to understand a little better why its readers have been so engaged with the magazine and the community that has built up around it.

Four of the Sage 2014 Making a Difference Award winners posed after the luncheon this past week to honor them. From left are Sandra LeNguyen, Deanna Aragon, Daniela Armendariz and Hailey Stock. Not pictured is Anesha Yazzie, who was unable to attend. (Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal)

Sage award honors 5 teens

Last week, we recognized the five winners of the Sage 2014 Making a Difference Award with a luncheon in their honor, and coming Saturday, in the print edition of Sage magazine, you’ll be able to read about their amazing accomplishments.

This month’s Harvard Business Review reveals new insights about achieving work-life balance, but the story has set off a controversy. (Courtesy of Harvard Business Review)

Is work-life balance an elusive myth?

In the eternal conversation about work-life balance, the Harvard Business Review this month introduces a new round with its cover story, “Manage Your Work, Manage Your Life.”

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