Founded by New York-based writer Anthonia Akitunde, mater mea is an online magazine that celebrates the lives of women of color as they balance work and motherhood. Using stunning photography and in-depth profiles, readers are immersed into the lives of awe-inspiring women in the most intimate of settings: at home.
After two big moves — one from Brooklyn, New York back to her native Minneapolis, Minnesota, and then from one house to another — musician Sarah White’s home life finally seems to be settling down. Her work life, though, is another story.
“Every day is really different,” White says of her three-fold hustle (she’s a singer, DJ, and a freelance photographer). “Some days I don’t work at all, and other days I work multiple jobs. It’s a really crazy schedule. You just kind of [have to] flow with it.”
This just in from backstage at Fashion Week: It's not all about moisturizer! That's right: As the month has progressed, we've seen a lot of very inspired — and even downright bizarre — things walking down the runways. And, while most of them are still distinctly wearable (see: the leather-adorned "crocodile tails" at read
We do a lot of potting and repotting here at the office. Plants typically need to be repotted every year to 18 months. A common misconception is that it's simply about choosing a cute, new pot, when the purpose is really changing a plant's soil or potting mix. This is obviously great news if you love your planter. On the read