I never — and I mean never — would have guessed that at some point in my life, I would make a living playing music. I kind of play clarinet, I can lead a rag-tag campfire singalong on guitar, and I can
This is a lyrical essay about passion, loss, and the will to keep moving forward, set to photos by Katie Lutz of a trip to a small village called Tizi n' Oucheg in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.
1. TreesI’m no arborist, but the small amount I know about trees still manages to dazzle me. I mean, they start as a twig sticking out of the ground easily destroyed by a wandering lawnmower, and transform into a
Even the most demure exploration of the fashion industry unearths some ugly truths. With media more accessible than ever, messages scream from all directions about what is beautiful, what to buy, and who to be. Looking deeper, we are confronted
In the rapidly evolving world of style blogging, Janis Galloway of Dress Me Dearly Styling has made it clear that she’s here to stay. Not content to exist in a bubble of online interaction, Janis is an enthusiastic contributor
A good story leaves a mark Life in a farming town knows its rhythms. Growing up surrounded by dairy farms and wheat fields, I came to recognize the signs of seasons changing, advancing like clockwork, sure as the sunrise, never
The delusions and reality of a life abroad Hi, I’m Stacey, and I’m a single twenty-something who has been living abroad for the past six years. I can hear you now. Wow, you say, six years!
Back in September the city of Christchurch, New Zealand was hit by a devastating magnitude 7 earthquake that rocked the city while the world watched. On February 22nd it happened again. This time a 6.3 magnitude quake hit near