In this Issue

Community Arts Program Brings Healing & Awareness

By Amy Daniels Erin Barham is a first-year teacher at E.B. Aycock Middle School where

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Sheriff Paula Dance

Meet Sheriff Paula Dance

by Stephanie Owens Paula Dance was born and raised in Martin County, NC. She grew

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Moving Mom

by Lou Anne Dunn With the holidays now behind us, your focus has probably moved

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Valentine’s Way

by Lauren Clark Valentine’s Day, like all holidays and feast days, were celebrated with gusto

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February 2019 Letter from the Editor

By Aron Daniels Why is there a guy on the editor page of the Pitt County Women’s

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Health Benefits of Professional Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

By Jenn Wood February in Eastern NC means cold and flu season is in full

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6 Reasons That May Have Derailed Your Resolutions (& how to get back on track)

by Wayne Salter, Owner of Fit B Sooo, it’s February already? Boy, I bet you’re

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Going Red

by Noel Peterson, MD, FACC, FASE Eastern Cardiology, Greenville, NC Director of Women’s Cardiovascular Disease

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Lynn Owens

Made to Thrive Counseling

by Amy Daniels In a world full of opinions, unsolicited advice, and social media standards

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Happiness is Hand Painted

When was the last time you sat down and painted?  I mean, like truly sat

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Skip the Trip

by Patty Marr Why drive to Raleigh when we have women owned specialty shops right

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Purple Blossom Yoga Studio

Don’t Let Fear Hold You Back

by Jess McNally The past year was the hardest year of my life. I took

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Come On In. The Water’s Fine!

by Lauren Clark I grew up in a sleepy little fishing town in coastal Mississippi

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Editor’s Note: January 2019

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR Happy New Year! At the risk of sounding cliche, we are

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Under New Management

After working as the graphic design team for the Pitt County Women’s Journal for the

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It’s Time to GO!

by Lou Anne Dunn January is more than just the fresh start of a new

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Stop Human Trafficking Now

Stop Human Trafficking

BY MELINDA SAMPSON January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and a Pitt

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Upcoming Fashion Trends 2019 Winter & Spring

By Pam Carraway, Owner of Votre Boutique We’re in the midst of our coldest, and

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An Evening on Lumbee Art & Identity

Trista Reis Porter, PhD | Assistant Curator of Exhibitions and Collections | Greenville Museum of

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Strong Pitt County Women: The Legacy of Rutha Dennis

by Maria Blais O’Laughlin At the dawn of a new year, there are resolutions.  There

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Why Work with a Financial Advisor

By David R. Damm If you are like most people, you probably see a doctor

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3 Things EVERY Business Owner Needs to Do for 2019

BY Jeanne Eury The first of the year brings no shortage of resolutions, commitments and

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Looking For Something Different In Women’s Sports? Meet The Ring City Rollergirls

By Casey Turton, Contributing Editor |  Photos courtesy Joseph Dixon 252-521-4000 Competition, camaraderie, athleticism and

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Planning a Diet? Ditch It!

By Carolyn McGinn We’ve all been there.  With the promise of a new year ahead,

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Her Tribe: Daughters of Worth

BY Liz Liles, Founder/CEO Daughters of Worth She is in the fifth grade, and if

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Building Creative Learners, One Brick at a Time

Everyone who fondly recalls playing with LEGO® bricks can recapture their youth at Bricks 4

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Focus on What Matters for a Healthier 2019

BY WAYNE SALTER Every year, especially in January, I see so many people jump into

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