Authors

  • Amy Jane HelmericksAmy Jane Helmericks

    is the Associate Editor of Wyn Magazine. She is a wife, mother, and word artist in Alaska encouraging others to confidence, freedom and self-respect through writing.


  • Becky Castle MillerBecky Castle Miller

    is the Managing Editor of Wyn Magazine. She is an American expat in the Netherlands, a writer/reader/editor focused on helping women make better lives.


  • Jen SparksJen Sparks

    is a wife & a mum of six (pro bono). Living in Darwin, Australia, she’s a lazy perfectionist whose house is a magazine spread in her head. Real life? Not so much.


  • Jennifer Killi MarshallJennifer Killi Marshall

    is a thirty-something wife and mom of two outside of Washington, D.C., who believes in standing up to the stigma around mental illness by blogging her way through life with bipolar I disorder.


  • Joanna HolmanJoanna Holman

    is a twenty-something Australian Christian who is passionate about Jesus, friendship, books, sociology, and chocolate (in that order).


  • Kristen KansiewiczKristen Kansiewicz

    is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor on staff at East Coast International Church outside Boston, aiming to bridge the gap between the church and mental health services.


  • Michelle LaRoweMichelle LaRowe

    is a mom, parenting author, and the editor-in-chief of Longhorn Leads, parent company of KidMondo.com, one of the first online baby journals. Her books include Nanny to the Rescue! and Working Mom’s 411.


  • Nichole L. NelsonNichole L. Nelson

    is a New England writer, who must write, and is passionate about ideas: in order to enjoy life, we need to be mentally healthy; in order to leave a better world to the next generation, we need to eliminate the stigma of mental illness; and we can heal in order to be our best selves.


  • Tara FoxTara Fox

    is a Licensed Professional Counselor for the state of Texas. She has a ferocious passion for helping others pursue personal growth in fitness, wellness, and mental health. She believes that the greatest thing that we can do in life is help others.



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