Why I Still Color

Why I Still Color

by: Joanna Ring There is something therapeutic about letting go and just coloring in empty spaces. You don’t have to call yourself an artist – coloring is for everyone! When I color, I usually start by choosing my favorite color pen or pencil in that moment, or I’ll select a color that matches the kind […]

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

2019 is a year of transition for I Still Matter. In the beginning of June, our founder, Carmen Joyce, started a new chapter of her story when she moved to Tennessee. Be sure to follow her new adventures on Instagram (@carmencayart)! I Still Matter would not be what it is today without her vision, creativity, […]

A Letter from our Founder

A Letter from our Founder

Leadership requires courage and vulnerability. It means saying truths when people only want to hear the fluff. It means being able to see the big picture and having the courage to try and fill in the details. Guys, non-profit work is HARD and many come and go because they don’t have what it takes. And […]

Woodworking as Therapy

Woodworking as Therapy

By: Robert Johnson with Sawinery Woodworking allows you to create unique and interesting things out of wood, but it also offers a number of therapeutic benefits. Many therapists suggest woodworking to clients who are suffering from depression, anxiety and even post-traumatic stress disorder. Sometimes distracting one’s self is a good way to get temporary relief […]