Linda Hall – September 2013

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Linda Hall

Our member of the month feature is a great opportunity to get to know more about the members of Be Inspired U and show them a little extra love that month by doing little things to make them feel special.

September’s Member of the Month is Linda Hall.  Congrats, Linda!   I had Linda tell us a few fun facts about herself…

Q: How would your best friend describe you?

I believe my friends would describe me as having the same qualities I appreciate in friendships including loyal, trustworthy, honest, kind, patient, thoughtful, humorous, and of course fun!

Q: What is your favorite thing about yourself?

I like that I am a compassionate and caring person. I enjoy being of service to others, which is reflected in my long-time career path in healthcare. I have many diverse interests and love to learn; in fact, it seems there aren’t enough hours in the day to learn and try everything I have an interest in.

Q: When do you feel most joyous?

I feel most joyous when my life is in balance. I enjoy expressing myself through work, but also enjoy time with family and friends. Being an introvert, I also need alone time to read, create through arts and crafts, and of course, to recharge.

Q: If you have a business, what would you like to tell us about it?

I still work in a traditional healthcare setting, but am inching my way towards spending more time focused on alternative methods for health and healing including Healing Touch, Reiki, and Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). My business name is Kibou Healing Arts and you can find me at I also have a Facebook business page at

Q: What’s the #1 thing you’d like others to know about you?

Such a deep question! To keep things light, I would like people to know that last winter, I took a community education class to learn how to make upcycled mittens out of old wool sweaters and fleece. In about a month, I had hit at least four different Goodwill stores and made somewhere around 35 pairs of mittens! Once I got started, I couldn’t stop! Luckily we had a craft fair at work and I sold all but two pairs that I gave as gifts.

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