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Loss, Trauma, and the Walk Between Life and Death

“Stay” 2016 Ink, acrylic, pen by Olivia Shapley October is SIDS, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month… In lieu of honoring this month and in memory of those experiencing loss, here is my story. I apologize in advance for the length and scattered tone of this article. I have so much pent up frustration about this I can’t allow myself to dedicate article after article explaining my story that everyone seems to want to know. It constantly makes me feel angry and bitter. Instead, I have chosen to write this in length and let it be how it will be. I am allowing this naked truth of words to get it out. I’m using it as a tool to process all the...

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Gorimbaud: Handmade Jewelry Inspired By The Finnish Forrest

“…and go Rimbaud,Go Rimbaud, go Rimbaud,And go Johnny go…”– Patti Smith / Land Gorimbaud designs is a collaboration of two witches in love, partners in both life and creating. They met in 2013 and after moving together in 2014, emerged the idea of starting their own Etsy shop. On this journey they have found their passion in creating unique handmade jewelry. They are inspired by witchcraft, their northern roots, nature and traditional craft, and each piece is lovingly handmade in their home.

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Reclaiming Your Hormones with Lunaception

One of my favorite authors, Tom Robbins wrote “Still Life with Woodpecker”. Amongst this self described sort of a love Story, Robbins mentioned something called Lunaception. It was a fascinating concept that I wanted to know more about. Come to find out, this concept had intrigued many women over the years as to find out what this concept was and how they could use it.

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Follow-up Conversation… Maybe the Art Scene in Small Towns are Suicidal?

The Wild Unknown Tarot and Books, Original Artwork, Local Artisan Goods, Organic Body Products and Custom Blended Perfumes Follow-up Conversation… Maybe the Art Scene in Small Towns are Suicidal? With the lackluster approach the art community has around here it’s sad to say that it’s actually costing me more money to participate as a venue in the local Artwalk than it is to avoid it.

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