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Lauren Fernandez

Lauren Fernandez

Assistant Blog Editor for Fracture. Student at the University of Florida with a passion for inspiring quotes and content.

The Best Ways To Scan Your Old Photos

There’s something special about a physical photo. Before technology allowed us to have an incredible camera in our pockets at all times, just taking a photo was much more of an event. If a photo was getting taken, something important was usually happening. A wedding. A funeral. A crazy vacation. The first time the whole family was together in decades. And of course, all of those photos were, by necessity, printed, hard copies. And there’s a really good chance that …

How to Maximize Your Joy This Holiday Season

Between gift shopping, traveling, hosting, and meal-planning, the tasks tied to the holiday season can make you forget what it’s all about. This winter season, we want you to get back to enjoying time with family and friends and embracing the season of peace and joy. Incorporate these nine tips now to maximize your joy through the holidays and beyond. Go Out and Play  Spending time outdoors boosts your mood and self-esteem while reducing levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Studies …

How to Create a Beautifully Productive Home Office

No matter who you are or what you do, having a designated space for productivity and creativity is an absolute necessity. No matter how much space you’re working with, creating an organized and stylish home office can be easy, fun and affordable. Here are five steps to creating a workspace that will inspire and motivate you to check everything off of your to-do list.  Step 1: Find your Space Maybe your home office space is a spare room or standalone loft- if so, …

A Digital Artist with a Teacher’s Heart

James Conway is a digital artist and passionate teacher from California who shares his incredible art through Fracture. This week, we interviewed Conway on his life and career. Check it out. 1. Tell us a little about yourself.  I have been drawing and painting since I was eleven years old, and I am about to turn 64. My father painted and drew as a hobby for most of his life. I was fascinated by his work and started drawing and painting when we …