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n. a tiny beginning, as of life, interest, excitement, vivacity

v. stir up, ignite, activate, animating influence

Spark Magazine is designed for those who want to experience the world with fresh eyes and an open mind, or rekindle a more youthful sense of curiosity, wonder, imagination and adventure. Its pages are filled with fun-to-read articles based on solid research that are designed to "spark" your thinking. These sparks can help increase flexibility and reduce the stress of modern life. Plus, they contribute immensely to the joy of everyday living. Whether you hope to improve your health, sharpen your mind, strengthen your relationships, or just laugh more, you'll find information to advance you on your path. We encourage you to read, reflect, and clarify what you really value. And we hope you'll use that insight to "spark" positive changes.

~ The Writers, Kathleen and Annie Passanisi

Current Publication

"Igniting ideas to... expand, enrich, enliven and encourage"

Life Balance

Wellness / Stress Management

Value of Humor

Women's Interest

Food For Thought

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Areas of Interest

Life Balance

A sense of balance and contentment comes from using one's time, energy, and talent in ways that add meaning to life. When you get in touch with your values and start making choices that are consistent with them, life gets easier and a lot more satisfying.

Wellness / Stress Management

Wellbeing involves more than eating right and exercising. To reduce stress and be truly well, you need to take care of all six dimensions of wellness: physical, mental, emotional, social, vocational and spiritual. It can be a lot more fun than you think!

Value of Humor

A sense of humor is one of the valuable assets for shifting perspectives, improving health, and learning to live in a spirit of joy. In the workplace, the right kind of humor can improve morale, customer service and the bottom-line. Learn to see comedy instead of tragedy in life's daily happenings.

Women's Interests

Men and women may be equally gifted but they often don't see things in the same way. These topics are geared to today's women of all ages - thought provoking and laugh-out-loud funny.

Food For Thought

Challenge old ways of thinking with upbeat ideas to help readers recharge, regroup, and reframe.

Previous issues:

fall winter 2008 / 2009