Sarah Fuss Kessler
When the mixed media artist feels alone, there’s one place that always offers her the comfort and support she needs: the wilderness
The marine biologist and mother was struggling to find time to nourish herself. Then she found a community of wave-riding moms.
A traumatic childhood experience left the journalist deathly afraid of the water. But by drawing on the resilience of her ancestors, she found the courage to dive in.
At five feet tall, she was the smallest wildland firefighter in her crew and worried she couldn’t keep up. But on her very first blaze, she discovered her strength.
The hairstylist had abandoned religion as a teen. Then a profound experience in a forest in the Middle East set her on the path to be a chaplain.
When the young athlete was given the chance to lead her outrigger canoe team at the state championships, it opened her up to taking all kinds of chances
It took a terrifying experience in the ocean for the educator to embrace the idea that going for it isn’t always the right choice
At a dark moment in his childhood, the actor found belonging when he buried himself beneath the snow