For many women, the holidays are a time of excitement, engagements, first Christmases and baby stockings. But for every woman rejoicing, there is often another who is depressed, alone, or feeling unsure about what the future has for her.
How can we learn to be real in our struggles, but also genuinely rejoice for others? Especially if a friend has something that we feel unable to attain (a husband, pregnancy, etc)?
What does it mean to be nice? When are adults happy? In collaboration with "Bursting At The Seams", located on page 16 of Darling Issue No. 11, we bring you "Some Small Advice". It's big perspective from three joyful little boys.
Directed by Richard Samuel Smith; Edited
How long will you live? Do you know? Our lives, though they sometimes feel long, are a quick breath, a flash, one day we’re here and one day we’re gone.
"What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" Mary
“You don’t stop laughing because you grow old. You grow old because you stop laughing.” -Michael Pritchard
Something really sad happens to us as we grow up. Somewhere along the way from footie pajamas to adulthood, we lose not only our baby fat, but also our
If there ever was a generation bent on making lemonade from lemons, we are it. It has been said that our current economy is paralleled only by that of The Great Depression in the early 1930’s. When studying that era, it is clear that they