Artist Spotlight: Maja Ruznic and Joshua Hagler (Drift)

  Last year, artist Maja Ruznic was kind enough to provide us with a little inspiration. Now, she’s holding a Kickstarter for a fantastic project, Drift.    For Drift, Ruznic and her partner, artist Joshua Hagler, will travel around the world. Everyday, they will create a new piece of work. Drift will be the final compilation of those pieces.  The […]

Artist Spotlight: Alicia Zakon (Author, Laundry & Love Notes)

Here’s a project and author that I really applaud. Alicia Zakon, a Berkeley Grad who’s currently an educator in the Bay Area, has just completed her first book of poems: Laundry & Love Notes. This project has been a true labor of love, as it’s a compilation of work from as early as Zakon’s 4th grade […]

Peer Pressure

NOTE: Men don’t look away! Sheryl Sandberg‘s book, which has been the topic of conversation for months, has made me reconsider the notion of “peer pressure.” While Sandberg’s name may stir up varying emotions, especially since her recent scandal involving “LeanInterns,” one thing is for sure: Lean-In has brought women together. Sandberg encourages women to […]

Must See Film: Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare

    I hope everyone’s week is off to a great start. Last night, I turned to CNN just in time to catch the film: Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare. Almost everyone acknowledges that there is a problem with the healthcare system in the United States. This doc was great because it […]

Inspiration For Your Weekend

  Every year I’m surprised to see how quickly the months roll by. One minute, I’m making resolutions on New Year’s Eve. The next moment, we’re two months in and I ’m wondering what I’ve accomplished. Before I continue, I have to say thank you, and then a few updates! I’ve been on a bit […]