Yumi Hogan is America's first Korean-American first lady. A native of Jeollanam Province in rural South Korea, she brings an artist’s perspective to this very public role. LGM is delighted to share this with readers as well as her reflections on the power of art, domestic violence, motherhood, and her biggest extravagance—spending time in her art studio.
By Mary Ann Treger | Photography by David Hartcorn | .
When I mention deadlifts to someone his or her first reaction is fear. It has the word dead in it! Most people have no clue what a deadlift is. Those that do often say they avoid the lift because it will hurt their back. But what do you do if you drop your keys on the ground? You pick them up of course and that’s all a deadlift is. When programmed correctly and with proper.
By Christine Fillat | Photography by Heather Crowder
It’s a tough world out there. Taking time out for ourselves is essential in this technologically fast-paced world. And with a bit of hard work, we will look good while we do it. Evolutions, an Annapolis-based fitness, health and wellness fixture for 15 years, was built to appeal to gentle souls who wish for physical and mental wellness.
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Beer belly, hair loss, gray hair, wrinkles and stress all forming a “dad bod” is what I had heard would start to occur with a man once he turned 40. I have experienced the milestones of job changes, new cities, marriage, buying our first home and having kids. What hasn’t happened is the terrible aging process I’d seen and heard about.
By Carol Sorgen
Like many of us, Cameron and Debbie Ailiff lead a stressful life. The couple, who live in Davisonville, have five children, own their own business and “Cam” also teaches and coaches high school. “We have a lot going on,” says Cam. “My mind was always racing.” The couple was searching for a calm in their busy lives.
Chickens are humble, lacking the grace of the swan, the subtlety of the pheasant. To make matters worse, chickens are associated with hysteria and even
cowardly behavior. Tara Jane Grier, however, sees things quite differently, as most entrepreneurs do. When gazing upon her first two Rhode Island Reds in 2014, she was blinded by their charm, their beauty and, yes, their fluffy layers.
By Kymberly Taylor | Photography by Jennifer Kolosky Eastman
True artists respond viscerally to a paintings’ lines, proportions, fields of color. Mistakes can actually assault (I have been told) the highly trained eye. Experienced builders are much the same. In a split second, they can assess a structure’s “bones,” pinpoint a flaw in a brick lintel, and perceive a poorly placed joist. This.