Even as the remnants of Hurrican Harvey pound the Gulf coast, these photos remind us that water cleans, sweeps away the dirt and debris, and allows us to start new.
The Northern states are iced in and the First Lady gives voice to a nation without hope. We have five stories you need to read for today.
Kat hasn’t been in front of my camera all year. We fixed that problem by tossing her into the water. Cold water. She didn’t kill me. We took great pictures.
Perspiring at 4 AM is a sure sign this could be the hottest summer ever. We have ideas on how to survive with plenty of cooling off periods. And mud.
The universe is not out to get you. No one is giving or taking points for your actions. Life isn’t fair and balanced, but it’s tipped in your favor more than you realize.
I’m dying. Sort of. Blame the dog. My everything hurts after chasing him through the neighborhood last night. So, just take these nudes and be quiet.
Drinking rain drops off an umbrella sounds cute, but when the quality of the water is in question, even simple play becomes potentially dangerous.
Imagine life without coffee. It could happen. The water crisis in Flint, MI shows how vulnerable our supply of clean water is. The danger is here. Read.
There’s nothing quite like starting the day out clean, but for most of us a shower isn’t enough, we need to clean what’s on the inside as well. Take a look.