In our last issue (for now), we feature a sports writer, who recently wrote a book about why we swim.
Erin Skinner Cochran
Amid so much uncertainty, some of us have accepted living in the here and now...and being ok with that.
Erin Skinner Cochran
A sommelier misses the little interactions that make his work so meaningful and a lot of fun.
Erin Skinner Cochran
An ambitious athletic goal set pre-COVID kept him sane through quarantine.
Erin Skinner Cochran
"My head is like a crockpot and I’m constantly putting things into it to simmer."
Erin Skinner Cochran
A nurse at a clinic in Colorado doubles down on her commitment to serving the most vulnerable.
Erin Skinner Cochran
Tourism has been hit hard by the pandemic. It will come back, but what will it look like?
Erin Skinner Cochran
A trumpet player in the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra finds himself playing solo from his childhood home.
Erin Skinner Cochran
Have you ever wondered who writes the messages that go with flower deliveries? What's it like to be privy to these private notes of affection and conce…
Erin Skinner Cochran
Airports are the most exciting place in the world to her. Are they still her home away from home?
Erin Skinner Cochran
Teachers, parents and students survived the crisis of the spring. Can we make the remote learning experience better this time around?
Erin Skinner Cochran
A veteran triathlete says, "I just have to take training for training’s sake right now and get the little pleasures out of it."
Erin Skinner Cochran