Modern Texas Living Magazine

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Published in March, July, and November, we capture the spirit of Modern Texas Living through stories of raw emotion, meaningful design, and soulful food.  We connect readers to prominent advertisers and build intentional relationships.   We strive to ignite creativity, compassion, and joy in our readers through heartfelt stories, inspiring images, and shared life experiences.  

This Central Texas magazine includes:

From the Heart





Meet the Team

Publisher Ashley Munn is originally from Branson, Missouri. She graduated from Baylor University with a degree in Communications. There, she met her husband, Kris. They have two kids: Kherington and Hudson. Ashley has worked in Marketing and Events for over 10 years, and was voted # 1 wedding photographer in Waco. This girl never meets a stranger.

Cat Jennings is the magazine’s Social Media Manager & Director Digital Design. She grew up in Midland, Texas. But cultivated a love for Central Texas when she attended college at UMHB. Cat started her career as a Social Media Manager and Graphic Designer in 2013 when the importance of social media was just making its initial impact. Cat graduated with a degree in Studio & Digital Arts from Liberty University. Cat and her husband Cash have been blessed with two kids: Warren & Shiloh. Cat is a true creative with a mind for all things beautiful and loves good design and architecture.

Michele Graves, Editor in Chief, is originally from Alpena, Arkansas. She graduated from College of the Ozarks in Missouri with an English degree.  Michele, along with her son Lane, live on a 30 acre farm in the country. She loves a challenge, photography, and literature.

“I get from the soil and spirit of Texas the feeling that I, as an individual, can accomplish whatever I want to, and that there are no limits, that you can just keep going, just keep soaring. I like that spirit.”

–Senator Barbara Jordan (1936-1996)

From “Let me tell you what I’ve learned: Texas Wisewomen Speak”

by PJ Pierce, UT Press, 2002