5 Books To Help Cope with Post-Pandemic Anxiety

Oh, June. A month full of change everywhere you look. It’s a chaotic, yet wonderful time. Wouldn’t you say? The transition from spring to summer, the overwhelm of kids no longer in school AND this high and low pandemic roller coaster we continue to ride - can all undoubtedly lead to anxiety and stress. It’s been well over a year…

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RELIT 2021 – A Virtual Event For Educators

As a mama and an author, there is a group of people who have stolen my heart. These souls do holy work and are some of the most important people on the planet. We call them educators. They continue to show up for our babies no matter how many obstacles are thrown their way, and what I know to be…

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Gratitude: Acknowledging the Good

Gratitude is powerful, it’s one of the most underestimated features of our complex little brains. Simply acknowledging the things we already have, instead of the things we do not, can help us feel more fulfillment in our lives. I want to shift, just for a moment, into all the things that are going right. Acknowledge the good, and try to…

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May Outfits of the Month

Oh friends! I always get so many questions about where I buy my clothes, so what better way to show you than make this a monthly blog! Below are some of my most favourite outfits I wore this month. Romper - Smash & Tess Earrings - Jenny Bird Shoes - Cole Haan Glasses - Calvin Klein Earrings - Jenny Bird…

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5 Books on Motherhood

Can you believe we’re already halfway through May?! This month we talk all things Mother’s Day and the importance of playing the motherly role. We all have a mother. Whether it is your biological mama, your foster mama, your kookum, your auntie or maybe even your father who played both roles. When we hear that word, we often think of…

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We Are #BraverTogether

We’ve never been more disconnected than we are right now, making it harder than ever to determine if we really, truly matter in this world. The key to staying in the game? Bravely connecting to others, of course. It is my privilege to share five more stories from our amazing community of finding strength through connection. Thank you for reminding…

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Allow Us To Hold Your Hearts

We’ve had a hitch in our giddy-up, friends. We are T minus THREE DAYS away from Together 2021, our virtual reconnection event that is all about being #BraverTogether.  After a new round of restrictions were announced in Alberta last night, our team had some challenging moments of wondering how best to proceed. Under consultation with Alberta Health Services, it appears…

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Embracing Our Feminine Energy

We’ve got a challenge on our hands, sweet ones. We’ve never been more disconnected than we are right now, making it harder than ever to determine if we really, truly matter in this world. And the complexities of this disconnect don’t come with a set of instructions, a map, or even a funny YouTube video. The key to staying in…

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We Are #BraverTogether

I am honoured today to share five more stories from our amazing community of finding strength through connection. We were never meant to do any of this alone. Our goal is to incite courage in others and raise the voices that aren’t being heard.  Reconnection is never an end game, and we must acknowledge all that we’ve been through first.…

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We Are #BraverTogether

I am honoured today to share five stories from our amazing community of finding strength through connection. Our goal is to incite courage in others, raise the voices that aren’t being heard, and most importantly, spread the message that you are not alone.  Thank you for reminding others that we’re #BraverTogether and for being the light at the end of…

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5 Black Authors to read *this month

*And every month! Black history continues to be under-acknowledged and under-recognized in Canada. Few Canadians are aware that Black people were once enslaved in the territory that is now Canada or how those who fought enslavement helped to lay the foundation of Canadian society. February is Black History Month. It's meant to celebrate resilience, innovation, and determination, and place a…

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