G Day- The “Village” it takes to raise a child

  A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of attending G Day with my daughter and her friend. If you’re unfamiliar with G Day events they are designed to inspire positive self-esteem and supportive family and community relationships during the key phase in life when girls are entering adolescence.    “G Day is designed […]

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Improve a child’s life with just the click of a button

  If you could improve a child’s life with just the click of a button, would you do it? From now until June 2, you can help deliver bicycles to students living in rural Ghana, simply by visiting thebicyclefactory.ca and creating virtual bike parts, daily. For every 100 virtual bike parts created, one bike will be delivered […]

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I’m still here, friends #lifeupdate

It’s been a while since I’ve written a blog post. I’m still here friends, and I have a few upcoming collaborative posts to share with you,  but before I share those, I thought I would give you a life update. At the end of January, our house sold. If you’re familiar with the Vancouver housing […]

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Adding a splash of fun to our one-on-one time this Spring Break

Spring Break is here which means the kids are out of school for two full weeks! Initially, I was kind of dreading the kids being home for so long because I work from home and sometimes it can be really challenging to balance both. Unless the kids just go on their Ipads all day, but […]

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Natural Ways To Manage Anxiety Symptoms

*This is a collaborative post. I feel this post has some great tips on how to manage anxiety symptoms, but I do feel that a doctor should always be consulted. I think this post has some great tips on how to deal with anxiety naturally. I especially love the one about exercise. Exercise has truly […]

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Phenomenal woman, that’s me- My favorite Maya Angelou poem

When I was a teenager I had a poem taped to the wall beside my bed. My counselor (who made such an impact on my life) printed it out for me and gave it to me on International Women’s Day. The phenomenal woman who introduced me to this poem is no longer here today, and […]

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Does your teen know the importance of hard work?

  This is a guest blog post. I have a teenager who has a part-time job. Through this job, she’s been gaining some really important life skills! Needless to say, I think this guest post has some valuable advice. Have a read and let me know your thoughts. Do you think it’s important for teenagers […]

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The response I’m working on when receiving a compliment

Have you ever noticed when receiving a compliment how you respond? I know I’m guilty of deflecting compliments. And it wasn’t until a few weeks ago when my friend was taking photos for me when she brought this to my attention. She was giving me compliments on how beautiful she thought the photos were turning out […]

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