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We promised there'd be more news this week...our beloved Executive Editor Stephanie Groves is stepping back from her Executive Editor role. Stephanie, we can’t thank you enough for all you have done! We’re forever grateful.
Don’t worry, dear Mavens, you can continue to expect the same great content you know and love PLUS you'll still see Stephanie around as a lifestyle contributor and editorial board member! Moving forward please direct all editorial emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
7 Spa Treatment Trends to Try in 2023
If you haven't heard by now, we are living in an era where everyone is looking for newer, better ways to take care of themselves and their stressful lives. Finding the best products that actually work has never been more necessary for a healthy mind and body. With the bustle of the holidays wrapping up, this new year calls for some rest and relaxation. Spa treatments, just like everything else, have been trending in popular culture. Read on for the spa trends to welcome in 2023.
"A woman with a voice is by definition a strong woman. But the search to find that voice can be remarkably difficult.” – Melinda Gates
Dreaming of a weekend away where you do nothing but read books, eat a little, talk about reading books, listen to authors talk about books, sleep, and then repeat? Then you won't miss Wild Geese Bookshops Reader Retreat Feb. 3-5.
Whether you are looking to learn a new language or want to brush up on a language you already know, read on about the most popular languages to learn in Indiana and where you can do so in the Indianapolis area.
Pass the Torch for Women is kicking off their Speaker Series at 5:30 pm on Jan. 25 at Maven Space featuring Jessica Gendron, President & CEO of The Center for Leadership Excellence. Mavens (that's you!) are invited to attend FREE. Simply choose the "Community Partner Ticket" at checkout.
Why are so many in Indiana facing food insecurity? Head to Kan-Kan Cinema to watch the short documentary "The Working Hungry" followed by a panel of nonprofits and businesses and a community discussion on Jan. 25 at 7:30 pm.