…and we couldn’t be more excited! We’re especially thrilled to announce that we’re celebrating with some giveaways for a few lucky readers. It’s our way of saying thanks for joining us here at The Woodsy. Our newsletter subscribers, as well as all women we’ve profiled, will be entered into drawings for the following items: A… Read More It’s Our Anniversary!
Thank you to Shin Yu Pai, who was kind enough to pass along Amy’s name to us! Meg Chaney’s Good Morning Seattle blog captures Amy’s inspiring career journey from Microsoft to an independent store owner and designer, and we’re so glad she was willing to share more about her journey with us, too! Name: Amy… Read More Q & A With Amy Tipton: Creator of Seattle’s Sassafras Boutique
Thank you to Kristen Young, who generously introduced us to Dawn and her work! The more we learned about her, the more we felt like her insights and experience needed to be shared. Name: Dawn Pichón Barron Where did you grow up?: Born in Santa Monica, CA and lived around LA area until moving to… Read More Q & A With Dawn Pichón Barron: Native Educator & Writer
It’s been a hell of a week online, and it’s not even over yet. In case there was any question, we’re making space here on The Woodsy to state “us too,” and to make it unequivocally clear that we believe and support women. We’re also here for anyone who’s not able to, or simply not… Read More Us Too.
I’ve known Marie–or, perhaps I should say I’ve known of Marie–since I was 13, when she was a counselor at the summer camp I attended. Since then, I’ve been lucky enough to work and volunteer with her in a variety of settings. The level of depth and thoughtfulness she brings to her answers here is… Read More Q & A With Marie Potter: Camp Counselor Of The Corporate World
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Shout-out to Erika Kelly of Portland Apron Company, who introduced us to Adriana Moreno, a textile designer, natural dyer, and the creative force behind Moonshadow Goods! As soon as we saw her beautiful work and the gorgeous photography that highlights her process, we knew we wanted to feature her. Thank you, Erika! Name: Adriana Moreno Where… Read More Adriana Moreno: Dyer And Designer And Oregonian
I’m not sure that September gets enough credit. It’s two-thirds summer, one-third fall. That’s part cold brew, part pumpkin spice, part flip-flops, part boots. What could be better? If you twist my arm, I could probably even admit that it’s my favorite month. Of course, I’m not so blinded by love for September that I… Read More Good And Bad Realities Of Early Fall In The PNW
It’s been five years since I moved back to Washington after a mere four years in California, and I’m still not quite used to it. Even though I grew up here, even though I’ve lived here for roughly 88% of my life, I still get distracted sometimes. There’s just so much sky, and it’s so… Read More Heading West On I-90
Last week, I officially dusted off the hot coffee maker in my house. Like, it was actually covered in dust because in our household, we make cold brew in the summer months. I’d rather have cold brew in the fridge than pretty much all kinds of cheese and fresh berries which, let me tell you,… Read More The 9 Stages Of Going From Iced To Hot Coffee