Interview: Sarah Messina

Interview: Sarah Messina

my name is Sarah Messina. I am 30 years old. I grew up in a small town in Southern New Jersey called Absecon. It is located 10 minutes outside of Atlantic City. I since have lived in Mays Landing and Hammonton, surrounding areas of my hometown. Two years ago I needed a change of scenery, so I packed whatever could fit in my car and drove down with my dog Stella to little island beach town called Ft. Myers Beach, FL.

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Interview: AVA

Interview: AVA

I don't know if I have an answer for this. I guess I’m still figuring myself out. I don't think that will ever stop though. I’ve learned to be okay with the uneasiness and the uncertainty. I think when I stopped trying to control everything, and when I realized you can't actually do that, I started to enjoy life a little more.

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Interview: Elsie Larson

Interview: Elsie Larson

I’m Elsie Larson, Founder of A Beautiful Mess, a women’s lifestyle blog, and A Color Story, a photo-editing App. I started my first business at the age of nineteen and have been working for myself ever since, which still blows my mind. I never set out to be an entrepreneur, but I caught the bug early and have experienced all the highs and lowest lows that come with that life. I’m really proud of that. I took a leap, even though it was a naïve choice at the time!

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Interview: Alyssa Meza

Interview: Alyssa Meza

I think everyone is looking for inspiration or for that push to pursue their own dreams. Hearing another person's story can really change the game. It can turn dreams into reality but better than that, it can teach you so much about your life too. 

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Interview: Caroline Ervin

Interview: Caroline Ervin

I grew up outsider of Atlanta and went to school for journalism at the University of Georgia, where I earned a degree in PRINT journalism. After four years as a copyeditor at the Augusta Chronical, I moved back to Atlanta and worked as an editor at t a few nonprofits before I joined Cristen on Stuff Mom Never Told You. We’ve gone independent recently with our new brand, Unlandylike, which will involve publishing a beautiful book with 10 Speed Press in Spring 2018.

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Interview: Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez

Interview: Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez

 am brown, I am loud, I am female, and I come from a working poor context – which means that people either LOVE me or HATE me.  I am polarizing, because I am stubborn and passionate about helping other people who have grown up having to prioritize a white-cis-het-rich-educated-male agenda, and I go disruptively into many spaces to decentralize ALL those things.

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Interview: Kelly Albrecht

Interview: Kelly Albrecht

When I was young I honest to god wanted to be Indiana Jones, minus the danger. I wanted to make discoveries and go to interesting place and be tough and smart at the same time. I was a kid who like museums more than amusement parks because things in the museum were real and actually happened. So Indiana Jones was pretty much it for me.

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