Waste Not, Want Not Waste not, want not was a mantra ever present in my childhood, passed down from grandparents that formed a way of life. How often those words have come to mind as I read the newspaper and watch the daily news. Stories of farmers tilling under mature crops and dumping thousands of…Read more
About: Liz Jaeger
Liz Jaeger began her literary life doing layout and design for Dance Dimensions magazine in Milwaukee, WI. After a hiatus in finance, she worked as a writer and editor focusing on nursing issues and human-interest stories in the Twin Cities. Her love of the written word led to teaching English and creative writing at the middle school and high school levels. In retirement, she continues to share her love of literature with her grandchildren and explore issues of the heart more deeply through essays and poetry. Liz has a BA in Journalism from Marquette University and a post-baccalaureate and MEd in English education from the University of Minnesota, in addition to an ELL Certificate from St. Thomas University. She has been recognized by Cornell University as a Teacher Who Made a Difference.
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From time to time the Benedictine Center invites contributors to share their spiritual writing as it results from experiences at the Benedictine Center. This example of story as a way of considering our life journey was written by Liz Jaeger. She wrote this piece during a series called "Writing Our Way to Understanding. Winter Reflections…Read more
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