May 26, 2017

To Your Health and Happiness…

From the Publisher’s Desk — August/September 2016

Our mission at Marvelous! is to inspire women to get up and out and do the things they’ve always wanted to do, to inspire women to create the life they want and live it passionately. We focus on education in our August/September issue, and you may be surprised by the many forms education can take. Read More

Floating the Buffalo — Girlfriend Getaway in the Ozarks

  By Cindy Young | Photos by Kevin Pieper Here in the Ozarks of north central Arkansas, we are blessed to be surrounded by a number of wonderful waterways to enjoy—the Buffalo National River, White River, North Fork River, Crooked Creek, Bull Shoals Lake, and Lake Norfork. People come from all over the world to Read More

Bio — Cindy Young

Although born in Missouri, Cindy grew up in Flippin and Yellville, Arkansas. After 30+ years working primarily in Human Resources and Training, she is now taking a brief sabbatical while considering the next chapter in her story. In her free time she enjoys reading, traveling, acting, and walking half-marathons. Cindy resides in Marion County with Read More

From the Publisher’s Desk — December 2015/January 2016

When you can step out of your own story for a while and see the world through someone else’s eyes, when you can be open to the possibility that there are ways of experiencing life other than your own, I’m pretty sure you’ll be surprised and delighted by what you find. In this issue, we Read More

Sometimes the Best Gift is Allowing Yourself to Receive

  By Cindy Young This time of year is referred to as the season of giving. I have a couple of thoughts about that. First of all, shouldn’t the season of giving be year round? And secondly, it’s important to learn to also be able to graciously receive, a point that was driven home to Read More

Marvelous! Voices — Change Is Hard

By Cindy Young Whoever said change is hard really knew how to turn a phrase, didn’t she? Change is hard and I’ve recently come to the realization that it doesn’t get easier with age. If anything, it just…gets…harder. Frankly, at this stage of my life, I had expected to be at a point where I Read More