Words by Sarah Ray The cock crows. Woodsmoke hangs heavy in the already humid air. An orange hue glows on the horizon as the sun wakes to a land of greens and coppers. Young children scamper to the well, bearing their tiny jerry cans to fetch water for the morning tea. Their mothers are already […]
“Something for everyone.” It’s a phrase that gets thrown around a lot, but there are few spaces that live up to those words as well as the Holiday Handmade Market in Pueblo. Held in the El Pueblo History Museum in the heart of downtown Pueblo, the vendors at the Handmade Holiday Market cover a wide […]
Café Earth, a new line of natural home fragrances and body products, was born out of Erica Buelow’s years of experience as an interior designer, small business owner, and her own spiritual journey. To Erica, Café Earth is the culmination of a professional and personal journey to return to natural simplicity. “Our bodies are so […]
Five years ago, Erin Poovey was faced with a choice: to continue working as a sought-after massage therapist in her cousin’s successful Texan massage business, or to attempt something a little radical that would challenge and grow her. She chose the latter and ran the idea of leaving Austin, Texas—along with everything she knew—past her […]
Inspired by a box full of fragrance samples and scraps from the vintage botanical wallpaper hanging in her office, Cordelia Smith established her handmade soap and body product business in Seattle 20 years ago. Her small batch Etsy store quickly took off, and she found herself in a tiny brick-and-mortar retail space on the trendy […]
The door sits open on this quintessential summer day, suggesting even to casual passer-by that Springs Community Acupuncture (SCA) is all about removing barriers.