Feature Articles

Feature Articles from current and past editions of Moxie!

Liberty 61 - Minimalist Style, with a Beautiful Purpose

Written by Kristy Hurst

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Every woman needs at least one special item of clothing in her closet. The one that makes her feel good as soon as she slips it on. The one that always feels comfortable and flattering. The one that looks as good with heels at dinner, as it does with flip-flops at HEB and cowboy boots at Gruene Hall.

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Mardi Arce - At Home in America’s Most Treasured Places

Written by Kristy Hurst

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Many people dream of traveling to as many national parks as possible during their lifetime. Mardi Arce is not only living that dream, she has made a 30-year career of living in and protecting the United States’ most exceptional places.

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The Greatest of These is Love

Written by Kristy Hurst

Emma Lou Bizer spends her days quietly, enjoying the company of her husband of 69 years, Ray, in their tidy apartment at New Braunfels’ Eden Hill retirement community. Her days are filled with a comfortable routine of reading, cross-stitch, crosswords, puzzles, cooking and conversation. When you meet this bright-eyed, soft-spoken lady, you would never guess that she is 93 years old – or that this tiny, smiling woman has led such a big, purposeful life.

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Tricks of the Trade

Written by Lauren Williams

Have you ever left the hair salon with a great new cut or style and knew for certain…your hair would never look like this again?

Well, we have good news for you. Here are the styling tips and tricks that only your hairdresser knows for sure!

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Kat Balmos - Roots Run Deep

Written by Kristy Hurst

In some families, perseverance runs strong. In Kat Balmos’ family, hard-won independence can be traced back in time, along a line stretching back seven generations.

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