Our mission with Wildling Magazine was to curate a beautiful, tangible print journal that documented the wonder of family life. However, quality printing has become too cost-prohibitive for us as a fledgling business at this time and we are now moving Wildling into a digital space for the foreseeable future.
What this means is that Wildling will now be available to a much wider, global audience, for free. There will be no barriers for us to share the stories and photographs of our contributors. Of course, we have a touch of sadness that our future volumes won't be seen in print.
Moving on to the content of Volume 6...
We have a wonderful essay on motherhood and identity from Louise Gibbens, Summer Murdock talks about how nature can provide our children with important life lessons and Jon Canlas writes about the importance of preserving culture. Jami Saunders tells us why she set up the charity Kids Of Kathmandu and what the children of Nepal have taught her about life and love.
We follow Janine Payne on a two-month family cycle tour around Laos and Myanmar, Gretchen Willis takes us camping with her 6 children in Wisconsin and we follow Amy Campbell to Montreal.
Artist Paulina Jasniak shows us some moving sketches of her sleeping daughter and our artisan profiles feature fashion brand Apolina Kids and Boo.B.Smoothie. And of course there's fashion, recipes, photography and more...