Faith Riddell-Harding is a type one diabetic, female who loves all things unique to everyday life. Ever since Riddell-Harding was young she was questioning everything about life, she often wondered about the differences people have and what makes the world the way it is. Riddell-Harding is also an advocate for diabetes as she was diagnosed with diabetes at 13, she’s spoken on behalf of legislation to help those in the diabetic community live a better life. Some would say she is headstrong about her beliefs but Riddell-Harding keeps an open mind about learning new things. She has also experienced different types of abuse in her life, which is why she is always changing and evolving the way she lives and thinks. Riddell-Harding often writes about her take on her life experience. She writes and speaks about her experience with childhood trauma, advocacy for the diabetic community but also for her love of food, art and knowledge. Culturs magazine has given Riddell-Harding an outlet to speak on all things in life, it gives her the opportunity to share her take on life experiences, current life events, art and her love of food. She hopes to show others different aspects to life that makes life so lively including herself.