Artist’s extreme visual journaling style has been a lifeline to both teacher and students
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.
After 17 years in family law, attorney Gretchen Walther says she sometimes wishes lawyers took the medical doctor’s “do no harm” oath.
Magazines tell their own stories through the people in their communities.
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.
Rebecca Avitia comes from a family of really strong women
Memoirist says happiness comes in answering your calling, living consciously
Jade Richardson Bock remembers the day she changed her story.
Last year, Tiffany Ficklin drove her family out to the gates of heaven and hell.
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.
If someone told you now that you have more leisure time than ever, would you believe them?
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.”