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.
Promoting healthy bodies, hopeful ideals and better balance in kids. In 1965, the University of Maine football team traveled to Orlando, Florida, to compete against the East Carolina Pirates at the Tangerine Bowl. Although the Pirates bested the Black Bears … Continue reading
How the wild Maine blueberry became and international health icon. In the summer of 1974 I was living in a small cabin in Township 7, the southernmost unnamed township in Maine, between Steuben on the coast and Cherryfield on the … Continue reading
My yearlong cancer journey It has been a year since I sat in an Old Port restaurant, surrounded by my sisters and mother, and told my three kids I had breast cancer. It had been my intention to break the … Continue reading