Sasha Wolff is a beer drinking, runner girl working as a marketing and communications professional. She's also the founder of Still I Run – Runners for Mental Health Awareness, a group that aims to defeat the stigma around mental health. When she's not running or working, you can most likely find her hanging out with her pups, friends, and family in Fulton Heights.
Words like “haunted”, “spooky”, or “creepy”, can elicit one of two responses in a person: absolute terror or a rush of adrenaline. If you’re the latter, October might be a favorite month for you. For... Read More ›
There are two kinds of people who emerge after Labor Day weekend: Those who dread the unofficial end of summer, and those who are ready to embrace the new fall season. For those of you who welcome... Read More ›
For some people, fitness is life. For others, it’s something they do from time to time. Regardless of where you fall, Grand Rapids has a number of boutique gyms that are all worthy of a visit. If... Read More ›