“Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.” – Norman Vincent Peale
No matter how you feel about the season ahead, these upcoming November and December weeks provide plenty of excuses to happily cozy up indoors—or to get out into that fresh PNW air—with those you love most.
There are few better things than getting to step beyond one’s day-to-day routine, encouraging a fresh view on life (and one’s own city).
Abortion Access Front (AAF), formerly Lady Parts Justice League is a super-fun nonprofit, founded by Lizz Winstead, co-creator of The Daily Show, using comedy to advocate for reproductive rights.
ZINC contemporary, one of the most beloved art galleries in Seattle is running a major solo exhibition of […]
“Let us become who we really are”, is perhaps one of my favorite teachings of Buddhism. Author Curtis White echoes the same sentiment in his new book Living in a World that Can’t Be Fixed: Reimagining Counterculture Today.
As we emerge from The Big Dark (thank goodness), we have our eye on several bright happenings that are bringing about happiness.
As we plunge into a cozy season of gathering and giving thanks, we’re finding plenty of ways to enjoy life while feeling good about our choices, too. We pooled info on some upcoming events that support meaningful causes, and also learned not-to-be-missed tips from local medical experts related to Breast Cancer Awareness Month (toward the end of the article).
This week, twelve inspiring female National Geographic Explorers are returning to their hometowns to gear up for “Recruitment Day,” a first-of-its-kind initiative that celebrates the latest title within National Geographic’s trailblazing kids’ fiction series, Explorer Academy: The Double Helix.