In today’s post, Jordan shares her heroic journey through pain, frustration and loss, and shares how her will and effort have allowed light and hope back into her life.
People ask me all the time, “What do you do? What do you design or make?” I wish I could say it simply with one word, like “I’m a dentist.” For the most part, people have a decent idea about what a dentist does. Just saying that I’m an artist, downplays what I really do. Where I work, I wear many different hats and I’m responsible for ALL the different areas in the Creative Department. I feel like the character from The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins. It is crazy, I feel like I wear 500 different hats at my job! Read More »
Jaton White is a warrior. Even though she may come across very shy, she is very energetic and full of life. When I asked her, “How would you describe yourself?” she smiled, looked up and said, “I am hope. I am life. I am human. I’m a woman. I’m black. I’m a mother. I’ve been able to give life. That encompasses everything. So I am everything.” Read More »
Patricia is all about having an abundant life. She’s an encaustic artist, author and international instructor striving for 15 years now to reach more, teach more, inspire more throughout the world; no matter how big or small. Read More »
Words by Kaylynne Glover.
I had just given a presentation at the University of Kentucky where I am earning my PhD in Biology. My research focuses on understanding the biology behind our sexual behavior, and in my presentation, I addressed sexually coercive behavior. Read More »
Bianca Rhodes is a producer, artist and film maker in the Twin Cities. Currently, she is the Saint Paul Neighborhood Network (SPNN) Productions and Sponsorship Coordinator for Community Productions. “My goal, my mission is to change the narrative of black woman in regards to media depictions.” Read More »
Meet Carlee Hansen. She is as she calls herself “an average girl with an extremely twisted sense of humor, a love for telling a good story and an uncanny knack for tracking down awkward moments in life and living them to their fullest. She figured that all of those things combined should produce an entertaining, if not totally uncomfortable, read.” – Carlee Hansen, “Peas are Gross.” Read More »
How many of us walk around wearing a mask appearing like we have it all together? Then when we get home we fall apart because our insides are hurting. When the going gets tough, how do you power through it? What if it’s just too much to bear and your mind is hurting, too? Do you think to reach out and find help, or do you focus on your pain and refuse to look up? One woman stepped out of her comfort zone and decided to reach out and let other folks know they are not alone. “What do you do when you’ve carried all this weight and you feel there’s nobody there to help you?” People are suffering from the inside out. Read More »
By Jenny Hansen Lane
I met Erin through Social Media. We are members of many creative groups together. When I learned about her most recent invention, it kind of blew my mind in it’s simplistic solution to a common problem. So let’s get started: I love what Erin has to share with us. Read More »