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Top 5 ways to conquer solitude

The following are my top 5 ways to remain calm and collected during this new season of solitude. I would love to know what passions you rediscovered during this time! Consume inspirational content Many of our days are spent trying to fill them during this time of isolation. Instead...

Give yourself a chance

Have you ever assumed you would be terrible at something before you even attempted it? I always assumed I would be horrendous at all art because I cannot draw images even remotely resembling reality. My mindset was changed by a conversation with an elderly artist the other day. We...

What to do in Little Rock, Arkansas

I visited Little Rock, Arkansas, on a whim. I knew very little about the area but was attempting to explore the outdoors for a change. I expected to spend hours hiking and evenings relaxing in a quiet city- but wow, was I surprised. Little Rock actually has a thriving...

Meatless in Memphis, TN

The smell of barbeque draws visitors from all corners of the world to Memphis, Tennessee. Beale Street offers blues for the ears and food for the soul. But what does this mean for a vegetarian visiting the land of ribs and brisket? Fortunately, we are not out of luck...

Local Spotlight: Sneaky Beans

Porches are a big deal in the South. They are the epicenter of family gatherings, morning coffee, and late night soul searching. They are a way to appreciate the beauty our warm weather brings. There is one porch that supports more stories than most and it belongs to Sneaky...

Local Spotlight- Midtown Jackson, MS

Midtown Jackson, Mississippi, does not look like much. Potholes cover the streets and many people would view it as a part of their route- not a destination. However, last weekend proved that observation wrong. The streets were flooded with artists, musicians and children running around in the hot Mississippi...

Grace saves guilt

“Grace is being at ease with the world, even when life tosses wine down your pants.” This comes from the opening page of Sarah L. Kaufman’s “The Art of Grace.” This current selection from the books piling up on my bedside table has intrigued me from the first page....
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