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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Acknowledgment Matters

I had the privilege of sitting down for a live discussion with one of my all-time favourite educators, Laurie McIntosh, to discuss the recently proposed K-6 Alberta Curriculum. Can I just say - I never get nervous - but, I was fucking nervous. It's so much easier to not talk about the hard things. Emotions are so high and sometimes…

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5 “New You” Books To Read This Month

SPRING! Oh, how I’ve missed you. The snow is melting, bikes are on the pathways, and wearing t-shirts outside is (somewhat) bearable again. Isn’t it crazy how something as simple as warmer weather can make you feel brand new again? It’s the little things, sweet ones.  April holds so many opportunities to seek joy. Each spring I am reminded of…

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