Donna's Blog
  • We are in the midst of a very special time in the evolution of the planet and it is time for each soul to find its path, it’s purpose. “How do you do that?”  you ask. Listen to your heart. The heart is your Divine connection to Spirit. You each have an important piece in […]

  • The phone call early Christmas Eve morning came as a surprise. The gentleman on the other end of the line was calling to tell me my radio show, InnerViews with Kimmie Rose and Donna Visocky was being cancelled. Our host station had decided to switch to an all music format and all talk shows were […]

  • I knew that BellaSpark Magazine, and by that I mean the soul of BellaSpark Magazine, wanted to do/be something very special. I am always intrigued by the direction it goes and the people and opportunities that show up. It’s fascinating to see it unfold in a way that I could never have imagined. So when […]

Foodie Corner
  • By Jordan Danz & Clare Jacky I’m beginning to think that that cooking is like a muscle. Now I know that sounds weird, but hear me out. When you exercise you are working your muscles and the more you do so, the more toned they become. Cooking is the same way: the more you do […]

  • by Jordan Danz and Clare Jacky There is nothing better than a big, juicy burger. They happen to be very trendy right now. You can walk into any restaurant and find the chef’s interpretation of the classic burger on the menu… so I thought I would jump on the bandwagon and share my burger recipe. […]

  • By Alan Roettinger Who doesn’t want to be healthy? It’s central to our sense of well-being that our bodies function well and support our activities.  Most people intuitively understand what it takes to build and maintain a healthy body. It’s not complicated: eat right, exercise regularly, get rest. There is a little more to it […]

Green Living
  • By Erica Gagne Glaze If you live on the Front Range of Colorado, especially Northern Colorado, you have access to some seriously good local food real food. The perfect time to eat fresh is now. One obstacle in transitioning to eating local is knowing where to start. I receive countless inquiries regarding where to find […]

  • By Donna Mazzitelli Most everyone knows by now that honeybees are in danger. They’re dying. And while researchers probe deeper into understanding Colony Collapse Disorder and beekeepers work harder to improve bee health, we ordinary citizens can help the honeybee too. Here are seven ways to keep them buzzing: 1.      Plant bee-friendly flowers and flowering […]

  • By Donna Mazzitelli An Associated Press investigation, reported in early 2014, announced that state regulators have confirmed more than 100 cases of well water contamination caused by oil and gas drilling over the past five years. The AP report by Kevin Begos was based on information provided by state regulators in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia […]

New Perspectives
  • By Suzanne Rouge Over $1,000,000 was generated in the first three days of sales of recreational cannabis in Colorado and $5,000,000 in the first week. That is a big number, especially when you consider that there were only a few dozen recreational dispensaries operational in the state on January 1st. Although there were many entrepreneurs […]

  • By Suzanne Rouge Recreational marijuana captured the spotlight of legalization while hemp quietly tagged along. Hemp has long been hidden in the looming shadow of its notorious cannabis cousin. Designated as “bad” by association, people have a knee-jerk reaction to this humble, helpful plant. The DEA states that cannabis sativa known as hemp and marijuana […]

  • By Cheryl Parker Never underestimate the power that good plays in politics, even when it comes to lobbyists. Sister Simone Campbell is the leader of Network, the National Catholic Social Justice Lobby. Sister Simone and the sisters who comprise the lobby work in Washington DC advocate for issues related to peace, immigration reform, education, poverty, […]

  • By Anna Louise Stewart “Ooooh, I don’t know,” said the young man at the coffee shop counter when I presented him with the flyer for Death Cafe — an idea that is currently sweeping the country. I had asked to hang up the flyer on their news board and after getting the manager’s permission, the […]

  • By Phyllis Kennemer Dolphins are the most attractive and intriguing form of marine life. Jacques-Yves Cousteau  Although Jacques-Yves Cousteau garnered a lot of attention for his work with dolphins, he was not the first to become enchanted with these amazing creatures. Dolphins have held fascination for people since prehistoric times. They appear in ancient myths, […]

  • By John J. Murphy Whatever it is we do, whether we run a household, our own business, or work for a company, there is a “zentrepreneur” within us all: a soul seeking release and a creative idea seeking expression and manifestation. This is the heart and soul of our being — our human being! It […]

  • By Katrina Pfannkuch Going to the doctor can be an anxiety-inducing experience, especially if you are unsure of what’s going on with your health. It can become even more complicated when the doctors suggest a variety of tests and treatments as next steps.   According to an article written by Leana Wen, M.D., “The Institute […]

  • By Katrina Pfannkuch People often assume the healthiest way to eat fruits or veggies is raw, but some foods release more of their nutrients, or are easier to digest, if lightly sautéed or cooked first. Here are a few items to keep in mind if you are looking to boost the impact of your current […]

  • By Katrina Pfannkuch We’ve all done it… opened the fridge or freezer, poked around and asked ourselves, is this still OK to eat? Wonder no more! Handy website Still Tasty ( offers extensive food storage advice on thousands of items and shares tips to ensure you are eating and storing food for peak freshness and […]

Monthly Horoscope
  • ARIES (March 21st-April 20th) This is a month of romance and bliss!  You will feel like you are on a high and it is important not to jump too quick into relationships. Take time to get to know what it is you want.  Taking time to process new relationships and even new beginnings with old […]

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