Run/walk and raise funds for Mental Health on October 15th at Miles For Mental Health

    A recent study found that almost 60 percent of post-secondary students feel hopeless, while almost 45 percent felt so hopeless they couldn’t function. Another survey found that compared to 2013, eight percent fewer students felt their health was very good or excellent.   To raise awareness about mental health and remove the stigma around mental illness, […]

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Love always wins when you love yourself first

  Yesterday morning when I heard the tragic news about Las Vegas I broke down. I’m not sure why this incident hit me harder than some of the other ones, but it did. I walked around the kitchen all morning tearing up. It felt like I could feel the pain and burden of the world […]

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6 week webinar to help you reduce stress and awaken #yourinnerchamp

On May 9, 2017, Ranbir Puar who is a Freedom Coach and TEDx Speaker is putting on her second webinar Awakening Your Inner Champ. You can read the guest blog Ranbir wrote for Styling The Inside here. In addition, I wrote a post in the Fall interviewing Ranbir and the work she does, you can […]

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13 Reasons Why tackles issues parents need to talk about with their teens

A few weeks ago, I began watching 13 Reasons Why. If you haven’t heard about this show, I’m extremely surprised because everyone`s talking about it and the reviews and opinions have been controversial, to say the least! Below is a little synopsis if you haven`t watched or heard what all the fuss is about. Clay […]

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Keeping your space calm and cozy-my guest blog for La-z-Boy Vancouver

When you come home from a busy day at work, does your space evoke serene, and calm feelings or does it evoke feelings of tension and anxiousness? If your home is provoking negative feelings, this is a sign that you aren’t feeling connected to your living space. When we feel connected to the space we live […]

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Sharing and comparing; the trouble with social media

  The more you share on social media, the more you will perhaps compare. In fact, if you’re a blogger, writer, freelancer, entrepreneur, or just simply someone who uses social media on a frequent basis, the reality is, this can either result in feeling a connection or comparisons, or a range of both. Not all […]

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Sweat and tears at Oxygen Yoga and Fitness

The first day I stepped foot in the studio doors at Oxygen Yoga and Fitness Port Moody, I had no idea what to expect. In the past, I tried some Bikram yoga. I remember the heat feeling pretty much unbearable, and being afraid to leave the room because I ‘heard’ the instructors didn’t like interruptions […]

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Living with Hypothyroidism

As I sit here and type this I have this uncomfortable feeling in my neck area. It feels swollen, and tender. In fact, it also looks swollen. I don’t have a sore throat, but I do feel run down. I’m exhausted. I’m so exhausted, I feel like I could fall asleep, right this very minute. […]

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Summer Street Soiree- Saturday, June 27th

Bringing community together to give back and support local causes is exactly what my friends at Modern Fort represent. Each month they support a different cause and for the month of June they are supporting the  BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund and Young Burn Survivors Camp. More than 3800 professional fire fighters from fifty-one communities […]

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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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