It’s hard to remember the days when we weren’t documenting our lives online. Whether it’s an Instagram shot of what we’ve ordered for lunch or a blog post full to the brim of our latest buys, letting the world know about out penchants and passions is normal day-to-day behavior. But, unlike Estée Lalonde, not all of us get to do it as a full time job. Read more about Estée’s story and other amazing creatives including Amy Lee of Vagabond Youth, Drew Scott, McKenna Kaelin, ToThe9s and more in our January 2016 — New Beginnings issue. You can read this issue and our past issues here plus the content is free to view on your desktop, mobile device or the issuu app on Apple or Android. If you would like to purchase your own print copy of any of our issues including our recent issue, you can do so here.
WOLFIE SUBMISSIONS — NEW BEGINNINGS //
2016 is here and it’s time for an open discussion with our readers AKA wolfies about their thoughts, ambitions and goals for this year. We welcome create minds to share their stories, talents and ideas in our monthly wolfie submissions.
P.S. POSITIVITY — GUIDE TO BETTER YOUR WRITING //
In our January 2016 issue, staff writer Orion Carloto created a guide to better writing and to remain confident with your written work. Start somewhere, whether it’s creating a blog, writing a slam poem or starting your own YouTube channel, you got this!
PINPOINT — PHOENIX, ARIZONA //
Our pinpoint features are back and so thrilled to kick off in Phoenix, Arizona where we collaborated with photographer and creative, Cheyanne Parades to explore some neat places for coffee, yummy eats and fun local shops.
INSIGHT — ALL DAY, DO NOTHING //
In this issue, we welcome a new segment to our publication called “Insight” where we collaborate with photographers from all over the world to create a meaningful shoot that reflects our monthly issues. For January 2016, we collaborated with Sacramento based photographer, John Novotny and brand, UNIF to create a shoot called “All Day, Do Nothing.”
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