Bright Starts

22 Apr 19
Sofia's History of Sculpture Blog

Women face unique and ever-changing obstacles in the art world. Although things have gotten better since the 1800s, there are still many challenges that female sculptors must overcome. In the past, women were not even allowed to be educated at art and design schools. Many sculptors would not take on female apprentices, forcing women to […]

22 Apr 19
Costola Photography

Education – Honeybook If you’re a photographer and you’re just starting to get all of those dreamy clients you’ve been looking for your whole life (or heck, if you’ve been in business for years now), we totally get how over whelming client management can get. Between sending contracts, keeping account of payments, bookkeeping, keeping emails […]

22 Apr 19
Olivia M. Rose

“You know you’re going to be on the blog,” I told my boyfriend Darryl bright and early on a Sunday morning in April. The two of us were on our way to Livermore, jamming along 680 with my travel playlist blaring. He might have said something along the lines of “yeah? Okay,” but I have […]

22 Apr 19
Dyspraxic Bee

Growing up, we didn’t know I had dyspraxia. Learning about dyspraxia prompted me to look back at my whole life in a different light. Over the next few posts, I’ll share what challenges I faced growing up and how that affected me. Where I can, I’ll suggest what might have helped. I’ll end by sharing […]

22 Apr 19
The Deep End

We are all like the bright moon, we still have our darker side. -Khalil Gibran It was beautiful last night. I spent the pre-dawn morning hours outside watching the intricate dance between the near-full moon and the cumulus clouds. With it being warm (around 60°F) it was rather relaxing. I could hear the frogs at […]

22 Apr 19
Daniel Pietersen

This piece was inspired by a member of the FHR Facebook page querying mention of Kate Bush on the group; it struck me suddenly that many people may not understand why this pop-star has such a hold on the hearts of those who grew up in a certain time, in a certain place, and why […]

22 Apr 19
Kylan and Kristen

Story told by: Brody We had a fantastic Easter weekend! It started with preschool egg hunts on Thursday and Friday. It was the last preschool egg hunt for Henry, Elijah, and Desmond. On Saturday we got up bright and early to head to Kruegel Park in Pullman for the city egg hunt. (After this picture […]

22 Apr 19
Notes From The Avalon

Season 1, Episode 6 The Mayo Clinic worked up this list of common symptoms indicative of Social Anxiety Disorder: Emotional and behavioral symptoms Signs and symptoms of social anxiety disorder can include persistent: Fear of situations in which you may be judged Worrying aboot embarrassing or humiliating yourself Intense fear of interacting or talking with […]

22 Apr 19
DIGI ALL

Before heading straight to Guadalajara, we decided to make a three day stop at one of Mexico’s popular tourist destinations, Playa del Carmen. The place as expected is a very touristy area and I knew that the moment I saw all the tour ads and sign boards at the airport that made it seem like […]

22 Apr 19
IcanGWP Gift with Purchase

There are 5 big news for beauty GWP and limited edition beauty box. 1 Cult Beauty UK x Wayne Goss Beauty Box is coming. 2 Clinique Bonus 7Pc Gift at Saks Fifth Avenue Worth $127 plus step-up gifts. 3 Spring 2019 Estee Lauder GWP at Stage Stores. 4 Sephora 5 wellness samples with $25 purchase […]

22 Apr 19
Worknovation.com

What is fear? “Fear is pain arising from the anticipation of evil.”- Aristotle Fear is not always a bad thing. But when it becomes too much, it becomes a problem. People fear lots of things, if not everything. They fear: success, criticism, public embarrassment, failure, being alone or loneliness, disappointment, death, poverty, etc. It does […]

22 Apr 19
Infinite Geography

From Flagstaff in the snow around Mount Humphrey’s to the bottom of the Grand Canyon and, at last, reaching the northern terminus, this final section in Arizona had a little bit of everything. Here’s our trail recap of the final 250 miles of the Arizona Trail… Day 25. After our nero + zero combo in […]

22 Apr 19
SCRN 4001

Caroline Moore Patricia Suchy SCRN 4001 2 April 2019 “That sensitivity, that nostalgia” The World of Jacques Demy (1992) is the third film Agnes Varda made after her husband’s death. The film honors Demy’s legacy in film, interviewing actors, directors, and composers he worked with as well as friends, family, and fans. The film takes […]