New England Destination Guide

New England Destination Guide   I am very excited to have connected with Tomiko Harvey at Passports and Grubs to write this New England Destination Guide! A fellow colleague –

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Top 5 Nutrition Hacks for the Busy Woman

In a world that never stops moving, life can get pretty busy, overwhelming even. And even when nutrition is a priority, it can often fall down your list of priorities

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The concept of a goal is an interesting one. While it’s necessary to create a goal to achieve results, the processes involves a shift of focus away from the present

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A Centered Take on Society

To my objective vision, today’s society is a living and growing entity made rational and tangible through the five human senses, while attenuating the unknown. Society cares for the individual

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Out of the numerous mechanical inventions that human-kind has come up with, perhaps one that has the greatest potential to enhance an exploratory and spiritual mindset is the bicycle. Not

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Disclaimer: As a lifestyle specialist, when I came upon this event that is being hosted in Worcester I thought it would be an interesting backdrop to create a content series.

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Interview with Meghan Widger, textile and fiber artist

Interview with Meghan Widger, textile and fiber artist In the past 6 months I had the pleasure of working on a collaboration with another artist. While I work with other

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Taste of Iceland 2016

Ever wanted to make it over to Iceland but never got around to it? Iceland has promoted themselves as a ‘stop-over’ destination and an inexpensive international getaway. I only made

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How to Capitalize on Your Award

So you just won an award as an artist? Congratulations! First of all, winning any award as an artist is huge and can be validating. I know that when I

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Boston, MA – BGTravelShow

The annual Boston Globe Travel Trade Show opened this weekend on Friday, February 19th at the Seaport World Trade Center. The weekend began with roundtable; ‘speed-dating’ style discussion groups with

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CAMBRIDGE, MA – ArtScope Mag Mention

  In preparation for the 30. Below exhibit in Cambridge, MA which opened today at the Katheryn Schultz Gallery, Kristi was mentioned for her ‘stark and intriguing’ artwork in ArtScope’s

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3 Artistic Apps to Bring Out Your Artsy Side

Artistry comes from the soul and is then translated with the movement of our hands regardless if we’re holding a pencil, a mouse, or a stylus. Though the problem with

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More on the Climate Summit in Paris

Below is an article by Michael T. Klare about the upcoming Climate Summit in Paris in which my artwork is in conjunction of during the GAIA exhibition.   Why the

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Of Loss…

I went on a walk today. Not too far away, just in the general area. One of the other artists here told me about an abandoned church that was not

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Landspeak

 Landspeak by Robert Macfarlane via Orion Magazine Art by James Wardell   The following article was one that came up recently on my facebook feed via Orion Magazine. It’s posting

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