For Nick Van Buren and Paul D. Long, this motto was their livelihood right out of high school. While surfing shorelines
Life has a way of working itself out, but if you ask Alice Bracegirdle it has a way of “moving” into place. During a dark time in her life as a single mom on welfare she woke up one day, said “enough” and jumped up dancing. Bracegirdle wanted a better life for her daughter and…
Out to show that beauty is more about self-appreciation, self-love and confidence Melodie Reynolds shares her own journey to acceptance with other women in a unique way. Reynolds’ past career with a big name cosmetics company as National Director of Education is where she became fascinated by product contents. In 2008, she moved to London,…
Who would you get if you bundled together a childhood Trek-fan, a keen mind for computers, a thirst for psychology and artificial intelligence?
Mike Vardy once worked in big-box environments which lack many of the freedoms we desire such as time with family, with less need-to-dos and daily tasks.
At a point during Ari Hershberg’s university studies, a copy of Leonardo da Vinci’s biography and his philosophy of living a full life through
A reflection of nine unique friends and her mother’s loving encouragement inspired dress designer Laura Bemister six years ago to
Hat designer Tierre Taylor believes a bit of glamour and elegance does wonders to lift a woman’s spirit to which she fondly credits to her
It was shortly after Mike “the Bike” Harrington created a custom chopper bike for his son’s fourth birthday that he had the idea to
Growing up admiring Vancouver’s early Modernism movement and Stanley Park’s old growth forests Kirk Van Ludwig became acutely aware of the
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