Sometimes I open my mouth and my mom comes out! It’s true, we’re a product of our raising. We’re interviewing our favorite moms about parenting - what it was like to raise us and how raising kids has changed over the generations.
Cultivating a creative practice is a must for anyone who wants to keep their creative muscle limber and their work fresh. This chat with Jenni Brown is about finding the balance between order and creativity. How do you straddle approaching work, life, and everything with creativity AND logic?
Authenticity may be a buzzword that has lost a bit of its punch. But being genuine, honest, and loyal isn’t going out of style. Why is honesty so important; especially self-honesty? We’ve got to get real to get happy.
He may have a dark sense of humor but Alex Stephenson knows something about staying where the light is. As a behavioral therapist who works in a hospital, Alex meets people at their most vulnerable, sometimes wild, and often darkest hours. Alex juggles this full-time job that makes such a huge difference in people’s lives with a creative pursuit that has him writing AND illustrating his own comic Narcolepsy Incorporated & several children's books.
Lindsay teaches us that food is the portal to all good stories because “cooking is the story of your neighbourhood, your friends, your family, your travels and the ingredients you use, all woven together to tell a story – a food love story.”
Can you really do anything you put your mind to? What are you working for? Are our expectations of other people realistic? So we’re taking a get-real look at success and what it means to be both resourceful and a resource for others.