We asked folks about legacy and what they want people to remember about them. We’ve shared some of those responses below.
Mariah | MPrint Make Your Mark
At MPrint, we want people to remember our company by inspiring women to design their life for them and to put themselves and their mental health first. Everyday we strive to share our story in order to remind people that they’re not alone in their struggles. Life can be so dang hard, we all will experience trauma at some point, there will be good days and there will be bad days. But through it all, we are not alone, there will always be someone in our corner. Read more>>
Lexi Richey | Creative Curator & Crafter
Ah. The age old question of how will you be remembered and what legacy you will leave behind. I’ve asked myself this question many times, and I think what I have narrowed it down to is this. I would like to be remembered as the person who helped spark, catalyze and cultivate a persons creative nature. Someone who helped give themselves permission to create. Someone that helped peak their curiosity of exploring creative endeavors. To not stifle their creative urges, but to embrace them. I want to be known as the person who encouraged humans to breathe life into their dreams and create something. Anything. Just Create! Read more>>
Erik and Kellyn Sandquist | Wedding Photographers
Social media would have you believe that everyone’s relationship is flawless. But the reality is that at the same time as the quality of wedding photography has increased, the longevity of marriages has decreased. As photographers we are inspired to create and driven to make beautiful art. In this day and age there is no lack of stunning photography. Read more>>