Summer has finally hit Washington; it hasn’t rained in Seattle in nearly two weeks. I’ve heard of the elusive “dry period” since my initial move here and am finally pleased to meet her. The last 18 months have had crazy weather; long, cold winters followed extremely stormy springs and falls – I think last summer was all but three weeks. The weather is supposed to hold so drives many city dwellers outside its confines on the weekends and holidays. With that, the farmlands become alive with activity beyond daily agriculture. Continue Reading
Death, Story, Tolerance, and Conversations are Critical To Developing Healthy Communities Continue Reading
Celeste Headlee is a media industry veteran who’s TEDTalk on communication became one of the most viewed videos this year due to its raw truth about how we have almost lost the ability to effectively talk to one another today. During her TEDxSeattle talk this year, she applied her understanding of having conversations to the current state of our society as we near the end of 2016 and hesitantly welcome in a new president. When she took the stage early, she asked her Seattleite audience: Continue Reading
Human-centric, buildings that put people before form and function are the key to creating productive workplaces and functional city environments. Continue Reading
This is a series about moving to and living in Seattle for the first time. Read this to discover what you need to know about moving to Seattle and finding resources once you arrive.
This is a series about moving to and living in Seattle for the first time. Read this to discover what you need to know about moving to Seattle and finding resources once you arrive. Continue Reading
Living in Seattle, many of us spend at least half the day at a desk or sitting in some fashion. Most of us spend more time than that. Fitness at work is an extremely easy topic to search and find a lot of information on. Continue Reading