Owning your story

When I started this blog, it was because of my story. My story of being an insecure child, who struggled deeply with low self-esteem. I started this blog because, during a large part of my past, I didn’t feel good on the inside. I took my emotions and anger out on my siblings, the kids […]

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Empowering events for girls and their caregivers this October

Over the last few years, I’ve been very passionate about sharing community events in our city that foster positive self-esteem, confidence and empowerment for girls. We are so fortunate to have such a diverse range of programs, and events for pre-adolescent, adolescent girls and their caregivers in our community! Below is a list of empowering […]

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Coquitlam Centre hosted #BeYouGirl private event for 100 girls between the ages of 9-16

Coquitlam Centre and Big Brothers Big sisters Canada celebrated the uniqueness of every girl across Canada with free, interactive  events on Saturdays  this past September. The activities all aimed at empowering young women who are coming of age to help them increase their self-esteem, and overall confidence.  “Coquitlam Centre strives to play an integral role […]

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Two International Women’s Day events you don’t want to miss!

Last year I had the absolute pleasure of speaking at She Talks. It was an incredible day full of inspiration. I shared my story and message about the importance of feeling like we are enough. I left the stage with a heart full of gratitude, conquered my first public speaking engagement, and met many new […]

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Prioritizing time with my daughters

Spending time with my daughters outside of my daily `bossing`them around and mundane activities, can often times be challenging, especially since I have three! In other words, I want to nurture my bond with each of them but I’m not always making the time. My two eldest daughters are beginning to shift from little girls […]

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Sole Girls 5km Fun Run Sunday May 24th

I hope you can join my family and I as we run, skip, walk and hop, the first annual 5 km Sole Girls Fun run on Sunday May 24th at Deer Lake park in Burnaby. Each kilometre mark will host an activity or obstacle course ( hopscotch, high fives, 3 legged races, dance and more) brought to life by the sole awesome media and community partners. Proceeds from the event will support the Amanda Todd Legacy Foundation and the Sole Girls Scholarship Fund.

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Cheers to 2015

    Happy new year everyone! I am SO energized and ready for 2015!! As I reflect on 2014, I can honestly say that I wouldn’t be where I am, if it wasn’t for the incredible support of other women in my life. In addition to my existing group of best girlfriends, I reconnected with […]

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Flashback Friday to TEDxkidsBC

  On November 16th I had the pleasure of attending TedxKids@BC Camp Fire stories with my two daughters. If you’re wondering what  TEDx is, it is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection […]

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We Day

On October 22nd, I had the absolute privilege of attending We Day Vancouver, at Rogers Arena, among 20,000 students and educators from more than 700 schools. We Day is a movement of young people who are leading local and global change, and it is considered one of the greatest movements of our time. We Day is […]

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G Day for Girls, November, 02nd, 2014

  G Day for girls is a social movement anchored by day- long events that emphasize self-esteem and leadership for girls ages 10-12. I had the absolute honour of volunteering at G Days inaugural event on April, 28th and my daughter attended the event as well. The both of us had an incredible day and […]

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Following the leader-Leading Moms Event Sept.26

” Mommy, let’s play follow the leader!” “Ok. Let’s!  Would you like to be the leader first?”  “No, that’s ok, you go first!” And there we went, following one another around the house, singing, “we’re following the leader, the leader, the leader!” My youngest joins in, screaming, “Wait, wait!!!” I wanna be the leader!!!!” I […]

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