Hey guys, things have been pretty quiet here lately. Why? Well, I’ll just say it straight.
I’ve been in the midst of a creative crisis. Maybe that sounds trivial, but if you’ve ever been there, then you appreciate the special level of hell associated with it.
Continue reading ➞ Finding Your Voice
Thinking back to the first trip you took that left a real lasting impression, what memories stand out?
It was my first trip to Alaska, flying over the mountains and into Fairbanks. I remember my excitement and absolute awe. I was definitely not in Michigan anymore. I remember landing and how bright it was outside, and then stepping out of the airport and noticing how different it smelled. I think it was then I knew I needed to travel. I needed to collect these memories, these smells, these sights.
Continue reading ➞ Jess: Exploring the US (and How to Travel on a Budget)
The first time I ever heard about foraging, I was a kid. Razz, my stepfather, was reminiscing about childhood mushroom hunting forays—walking barefoot through the forest because “you can feel them better that way.”
Continue reading ➞ Jess: Foraging Chanterelles & Finding Friendship
What attracted you to a career in improv/comedy?
I never wanted a career in comedy, especially improv. I am a practical person at heart, and theater, as we all know, is not the place to build a stable life from.
Continue reading ➞ Sarah: Curious Improv & Crawling Under Tables
This week we share our video interview with Haley—she talks about what life events led her to going vegan, advice for those thinking about cutting animal products from their diet, and how to stay strong as a “black sheep” in the world.
Continue reading ➞ Haley: Video Interview on Going Vegan
Vegan because peace starts with how we treat the most vulnerable.
Continue reading ➞ Haley: A Look at Her Plant-Based Kitchen
When did you start making art?
My mom was my first art teacher. She taught art for 40 years, just retired last summer. I started making art with her. There are things she taught me at home and in the classroom that I still use today.
Continue reading ➞ Helen: Catching Creativity