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“One of the things I always say is stop focusing on trends. Focus on what you love, and it’ll always feel in style to you.” —Bria Hammel, owner of Brooke & Lou

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In this issue, we’re looking at the power of creative pursuits—the way they can bring us joy and fulfillment; help us process what’s happening in life; or even think differently about a person, an idea or a room in our home.

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“The past three years, I have grown in my confidence in myself … [For my senior] year, I am looking for it to be a year of enjoyment, simply [being] happy with where I am and who I am.” —Samantha Steensland, senior at Benilde-St. Margaret’s School

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“People [in Edina] are … genuinely good people, and I think we need that in the world. We see all the events happening in the world, and it’s still good to know that we have a strong community that believes in children and will take the time to support the children’s initiative.” —Feroza Mehta, Edina resident and mother of Ava Mehta.

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“Never underestimate the impact that your mere existence can have on another human being.” —Fred Rogers

“I think [the cycles of nature] are deeply embedded in humans, but we often forget about it because we work in indoor environments and ... don’t have as much time for nature as we should.”
—Mary Yee, member of the Edina Garden Council (page 16)

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