Category Archives: Hustle & Flow

May 21

Art & Pie: On making connections, storytelling, and the Professional Life of Amy Evans

 Editor’s note: Amy Evans is a tour-de-force—there’s no way around it. She built the documentary program at the Southern Foodways Alliance, an organization whose mission is to document, study and celebrate the food cultures of the American South. She has been published in Saveur, The Bitter Southerner, The Local Palate, and Cornbread Nation 5: The Best of […]

May 13

Surf Report: Surf Instructor Just Wants to Make you Smile with Her Art

Betsy Harris is a competitive surfer, surf instructor and artist, whose work predominately features women surfers. We got a chance to ask Betsy a few questions about what inspires her surfing, her art and her passion for sharing both. For more about Betsy, and to see a selection of her playful art pieces, visit slideintostoke.com.

April 30

In her words: raising a Muslim daughter in America

Editor’s note: I first met Ranna Abduljawad while on assignment for Reveal, a public radio show from the Center for Investigative Reporting. The show’s producers wanted to find out how the Muslim American community was reacting to the recent presidential election, and what they expected from the new administration. Ranna and her family were wonderful ambassadors, […]

March 19

Before & After

Before and after weight loss pictures have always irked me. And for multiple reasons.

February 02

WHO SAID THAT MODELS DON’T EAT?

Aiste Miseviciute has quite the resume. She left her native Lithuania when she was just 18 years old to pursue modeling, and went on to work with such international powerhouses as Vogue and Givenchy. Aiste later moved on to study finance in Paris.  However, she has made an interesting transition into a new career (or […]

January 26

KATE HERNDON TRAVELS

January is rapidly coming to an end, and I sincerely hope that you haven’t given up on those New Year’s Resolutions! Whether you’re still going strong, or if you’ve fallen off the wagon (don’t worry, I won’t tell), you’ve come to the right place. Get ready for some serious inspiration, especially for you travel junkies! […]

January 16

10 Ways to Alleviate the New Year Blues

You don’t need to be perfect in 2017. In fact, I think one of the smartest resolutions is to try and be a little bit happier if anything. In the spirit of feeling calm and in control, I’ve compiled this list of small things you can try to do in 2017 to be a little happier.