Our own, Annabel, included a piece titled “Forbidden Waters”, highlighting the story of being one of the few female surfers in the Great Lakes. “Forbidden Waters” details the beauty of muscle memory in the water and hits on the absurdity of misogynistic comments tossed around in the lineup.
The Magazine is filled with inspiring stories from around the world. Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll feel from V2:
To stay thawed in the dark, cold months, many of us find comfort in a scolding hot pot of coffee. Waking up to the smell of fresh coffee is as warming to the soul as the sound of a thick, Yooper accent. That first whiff melts away the frozen feeling in your head, while the first sip thaws out the rest of your body. Coffee’s an important piece of most cultures’ mornings across the globe, but it holds a much deeper place within the colder regions of the world.
Whether it’s your grandparent’s darker than dark Folgers blend, shitty instant coffee in the backcountry, or whatever’s still hot in your thermos when you make it back to the car, there’s a distinct feeling associated with that first smell and sip. Throughout V.2, DayBreak has tried to capture the essence of that feeling.