Month: April 2016

DIY: Indoor flower garden

The first hints of spring have made their way to Michiana but, unfortunately for nature-lovers itching to get outside, it could be awhile before the ground thaws and the first pops of color make their way through the soil. This project is perfect for those who are anxious to feel […]

A new take on home school

For 70 years, thousands of St. Joseph residents spent their days in the tan two-story brick building near the Lake Michigan shore at 2214 S. State St. There, they learned to read and write, how to make new friends, the proper way to kick a soccer ball and countless other […]

Leader making leaders

We’ve all felt stuck in life. Or, as perspective might suggest, we’ve each earnestly wanted some sort of change that was proven extremely challenging. Sometimes careers don’t match our hopes, sometimes relationships don’t resemble our dreams. And often the difference we desire impacts the lives of those around us as […]

Driving new business

A few Michiana business owners saw it coming — their enterprising drive and vision, suddenly here today and gone tomorrow. And driven right back the day after. For the owners of Luxe Wagon, Grateful Green Food Truck and Boho Pretty Mobile Boutique, it is exactly what they had in mind […]

Creating community

“Adults need to learn how to play. You don’t have to be good at it. You don’t have to be an expert. Just try and have fun.” With those words, Michelle Fitzgerald outlines the philosophy of the maker movement and that of her own personal pursuits. Michelle is the founder […]