The inaugural issue. 38 contributors, 38 stories, 38 journeys, 38 perspectives.

The theme is open-ended — womanhood and all its different paths. Titles like Things I Wish My Teenage Self Knew, If My Teen Self Knew Me Now, If I Could Go Back reflect on what different women have learned while growing up. In Hair Queen, Annie Park walks through her messy relationship with her hair. Corinne Derusha's The Art of Starting Over is a true reflection on knowing when to let go and to be open to new journeys no matter your age. In Knowing Your Worth, Always, Laura Adkins walks through the key signs of how to know if you're being manipulated and treated unequal in a relationship. Leney Breeden talks about finding balance in work, life, and your creative passions in A 7 Part Guide by A Girl Who Used To Be The Queen Of Doing Too Much. And so much more.

We meet 6 female creative entrepreneurs. Cat Rabbit, textile artist extraordinaire. Cindy Zell, artist an designer. Lauren Stelling, video/photographer. Olivia Montoya, fiber artist. Amber Lu, illustrator and florist. And Mia Moss, potter and workshop teacher.

The inaugural issue. 38 contributors, 38 stories, 38 journeys, 38 perspectives.

The theme is open-ended — womanhood and all its different paths. Titles like Things I Wish My Teenage Self Knew, If My Teen Self Knew Me Now, If I Could Go Back reflect on what different women have learned while growing up. In Hair Queen, Annie Park walks through her messy relationship with her hair. Corinne Derusha's The Art of Starting Over is a true reflection on knowing when to let go and to be open to new journeys no matter your age. In Knowing Your Worth, Always, Laura Adkins walks through the key signs of how to know if you're being manipulated and treated unequal in a relationship. Leney Breeden talks about finding balance in work, life, and your creative passions in A 7 Part Guide by A Girl Who Used To Be The Queen Of Doing Too Much. And so much more.

We meet 6 female creative entrepreneurs. Cat Rabbit, textile artist extraordinaire. Cindy Zell, artist an designer. Lauren Stelling, video/photographer. Olivia Montoya, fiber artist. Amber Lu, illustrator and florist. And Mia Moss, potter and workshop teacher.

The inaugural issue. 38 contributors, 38 stories, 38 journeys, 38 perspectives.

The theme is open-ended — womanhood and all its different paths. Titles like Things I Wish My Teenage Self Knew, If My Teen Self Knew Me Now, If I Could Go Back reflect on what different women have learned while growing up. In Hair Queen, Annie Park walks through her messy relationship with her hair. Corinne Derusha's The Art of Starting Over is a true reflection on knowing when to let go and to be open to new journeys no matter your age. In Knowing Your Worth, Always, Laura Adkins walks through the key signs of how to know if you're being manipulated and treated unequal in a relationship. Leney Breeden talks about finding balance in work, life, and your creative passions in A 7 Part Guide by A Girl Who Used To Be The Queen Of Doing Too Much. And so much more.

We meet 6 female creative entrepreneurs. Cat Rabbit, textile artist extraordinaire. Cindy Zell, artist an designer. Lauren Stelling, video/photographer. Olivia Montoya, fiber artist. Amber Lu, illustrator and florist. And Mia Moss, potter and workshop teacher.

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