Meet Stephanie Rhodes Russell, conductor and arts nonprofit founder. Stephanie presents her issue as Guest Editor, celebrating creating community–no matter the profession–through genuine connection among women. Her issue features editorial from renowned opera directors, musicians, nonprofit directors, arts leaders, and more.


Stylized stories of trailblazing women, some from the past and some from the present…to inspire leaders of the future.


Musings on all types of topics, both the timeless and the timely, contributed by women from diverse locations who are journeying their respective paths of life.


Three equally entertaining women from three very separate locations weigh in on life and its many adventures in their distinctly authentic voices; these quick-read beats will draw you right in and always keep you craving next month’s entry.

By Christina Cate
San Antonio, TX

June Busted Out All Over, Alright. | July 2019

When I first sat down to write this, I was going to list all of the ways June has been… bad*. Yup. Just a big ole list of negativity. Wouldn’t that have brought such a lovely storm cloud over what is otherwise an empowering and vibrant digital magazine?

You deserve better, dear reader, and more importantly, I deserve better. We don’t need to trudge up bad energy, especially as we look ahead to a bright and sunny July. So, instead let’s talk about how the hell you get out of funk. 

By Carly Clegg
San Diego, CA

There’s The Whole World At Your Feet | July 2019

Is there a place in the world that you really just soul-connect with? Whether it‘s the great wide somewhere, your grandparents home or a country in Europe? For me, I have an all-consuming, overwhelming love for the state of California. I’ve had it since I was in the 6th grade and I can’t explain where it stems from, except that it’s been a constant hum in my inner self that lingers until I’m physically reunited with the Golden State. A collision of the mysteries of the Universe and my soul’s deepest desire. 

By Alyssa Haddad
New York, NY

The Case For Kevin Jonas | July 2019

For most of us in our mid-20s to 30s, the 2000s were a blissful times. It was a time of colored braces and oversized t-shirts tied at the hip. A time of torn out pages from J-14 magazine adorning our bedroom walls. A time when 7 Things by Miley Cyrus was all we knew about heartbreak. We were truly living.


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In a decade that has been transformed by the term influencer, we are on the cusp of a new age: an age where Instagram following is no longer enough, and the lasting voices of impact will be measured by those who are creating legacy through empowering and educating others–not just on-line, but off-line, in person and in real life too. The future…the what’s next will be designed by those rooted in 360-degree influence.


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Inspiring conversations with public figures on career successes, defining greatness, creating community and more.

Why We’re All ‘Brave Enough’: A Discussion With Cheryl Strayed, NY Times Bestselling Author

At Home In Hollywood With Ruta Lee: Classic Hollywood’s Larger-Than-Life Darling Shares On Career Memories, Frank Sinatra and Friends, and The Secrets To Success