About Angela

Angela Johnson is a writer, reader, thinker and speaker with one daily goal–to live a useful life, content but never complacent. Her daily gig is as editor of Edina Magazine, a feature rich community lifestyle publication from Tiger Oak Media that spotlights local dining, shopping and leisure activities as well as the city’s interesting and inspiring residents, artists, educators, entrepreneurs and philanthropists.

Angela has also written short fiction and was a 2012 finalist in The Loft Literary Center‘s Mentor Series for Creative Prose. She occasionally writes personal blog posts for this website that are meant to be insightful and inspiring. But mostly, she’s just living the dream out here on the tundra. #wife #mother #youthsports #groceryshopping #laundry #thedogneedsabath #whatsfordinner

6 thoughts on “About Angela

  1. Gene Goldsby says:

    I see words as the potter’s clay or the colors of a palette are for the artist. But so much more: a surgeon’s scalpel , a healing balm applied to a wound or a weapon for inflicting pain. One who knows the creator of words and uses them to extend the divine blessing evem touches the soul, heart and spirit. Thanks Angela for being a visionary artist, a nurturing physician and a divine messenger.

  2. Mary Lates says:

    Angela, is “tough toenails” a reference to Ted Baxter from the Mary Tyler Moore show? If so, that’s amazing. If not, it still made my day.🙂

    • Haha! Not sure. My mom always used to say it so I guess I get it from her. Maybe she got it from Mary Tyler Moore? It’s a mystery.
      Thanks for reading friend. Hope you’re having a great summer.

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