Like many Maine children, I learned to ski at an early age. My sisters and I spent many January evenings bundled in oversized 80s-style parkas, snowplowing our way down the slopes of Lost Valley in Auburn on rental skis, in the company … Continue reading
Communities collaborate to create access to nature and nourishment for the soul.
Cape Elizabeth’s Inn by the Sea
The fog is a shifting entity, moving across the Isle Au Haut thoroughfare with a seeming sense of purpose.
A former attorney helps clients harness the power of the mind.
Beach Boot Camp in the Kennebunks with Leslie Carroll-Fleming The sky is pale lavender, and the morning has not yet lost its chill. A layer of thin clouds sifts across the horizon, reflected in the crescent of ocean that curves … Continue reading
Using fashion as a medium, Maine businesses promote positive body image and embrace a look that transcends one size fits all. Her smile almost as big as her pregnant belly, Samantha Gregory walks confidently across the art gallery, sporting a pink … Continue reading
Thirty-two years of hope for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. A tenderly crafted mural extends over the entrance to Camp Sunshine depicting children enjoying the shade of a tree in full bloom as they sail their Wish Boats … Continue reading
Finding health and happiness at the bottom of a mug. We are not alone: tea is, after water, the most commonly consumed beverage on the planet. “Folks just want to slow down,” says Ellen Kanner, co-owner of Dobra Tea. “Our … Continue reading
In a shed in her backyard, an author makes space to create.