My name is Sara Wilbur.
I was born from love and in love with nature and music. Strong women have held my hand through beautiful and difficult times. I believe that creatively, positively affirming women can have extraordinary impacts on their moments, days, years, and lives.
About to visit the hibernation chambers, winter 2016.
I play violin. I pursue many other activities as well (bicycling, hiking, cooking, baking, community engagement, amateur-level painting, backcountry skiing, etc.), but music has especially swept me up in her arms and shown me new ways to hear and connect with the world. I am also a budding graduate student in the sciences, perusing a Master’s in biological sciences at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. I will be studying the ecophysiology of Arctic ground squirrels.
I am a strong advocate for authentic relationships (with men and women), challenging yourself to break down mental barriers to your own happiness, and pursuing a life full of balance and mindfulness.
Thank you for reading and engaging.