When I began The Wanderita, I knew I wanted to interview Becky. I met her in college and for as long as I've known her, she's been a freelance photographer. After college, she grew that business and now you'll find her all over the Pacific Northwest; snapping weddings, graduation photos, and engagement shoots. This interview … Continue reading Seattle-Based Photographer, Becky Gmahling
"Good things don’t come easy. So, keep grinding and be a good person while doing it."
The modern stoop: less functional, more aesthetically appealing.
A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara I judged A Little Life by its cover: I was in a bookstore, saw the cover, and bought it. If I had read the back cover (a story following the lives and friendship of four boys), I would never have purchased it. There are enough books about men out … Continue reading My Top 3 Books for Spring
I am your ride-or-die, female-empowerment, yogi-spirited powerhouse. I take my coffee black and eat misogynists for breakfast. I've climbed mountains, crossed lakes, and cycled up heaven's stairway. My point in all of this is: I'm strong and I'm on purpose. So that's why recent feedback from my coworker shook me. In one beautiful (and necessary) punch … Continue reading Women! Stop Apologizing!
My friend Genevieve is an international style icon. At least in my eyes (and the eyes of those who know her), she is. We met while living in Argentina. I moved into a shared international house and lo-and-behold another Californian already inhibited the space -- Gen! Through her, I discovered new Argentine boutiques and designers. … Continue reading Global Fashion: Genevieve, Colombia
Colorado-born Morgan is a grad student, full time employee, and bourgeoning jewelry designer. On top of all that, she's a serious crafter and decorates her Berkeley home with her own handiwork. Hey Morgan heyyy Paying her way through grad school hasn't stopped Morgan from decorating her home to her liking: she crafts most of her decor … Continue reading Berkeley Bungalow on a Minimalist Budget