I’m obsessed with this magazine, The Great Discontent, I found at the local Salvation Army Thrift Store. The photographs are gorgeous and the stories and interviews are engaging.
On the inside cover: The Great Discontent is a quarterly print and monthly digital magazine featuring interviews on beginnings, creativity, and risk.
I read like three or four pages and feel inspired . . . no, more like compelled, to get up and wander and take pictures. Every word speaks to me and prompts me to action.
"If you’re looking for the magic, you won’t find it. But if you’re compelled to create, then seek satisfaction in showing up, practicing your craft, and doing the work. Work in obscurity, work when no one is looking. And don’t stop. That is how you make it." –Tina Essmaker, Editor-in-Chief, The Great Discontent, Issue Two.
“I have this saying: ‘There’s no music playing when your dreams are coming true.’ That is the hustle.” –Rebecca Rebouché