Tooth and Mouth Care
My tips for natural, oral self-care 🙂 Use fluoride-free toothpaste! I use a tea tree and neem oil Wintergreen formula from Desert Essence. Scrape your tongue daily! I use this c
Savoury Herb and Cheese Potato Bread
What better way to welcome in cozy season than with Rosemary and Herb Parmesan Potato Bread, made with love from my kitchen to yours! This recipe dates back to 1992 from a baking b
✶ For Maximum Success, Feel Free to Change
I’ve reincarnated a lot in my life. I’ve tried on various blog pseudonyms, I’ve branded countless offshoots of my businesses, I’ve rewritten the same senten
Flashing Back to My Yoga Teacher Training at Vikasa Yoga in Thailand
In 2017 I did a brave thing. I took two months out of my life to travel to Thailand alone and become certified yoga teacher.
House Plant Appreciation Day
As we usher in the weekend, I took some time this Friday morning to fuss over all of our houseplants, spritzing each plant with water and individually wiping each leaf with a damp
Work, Worth and Wellness
Wow. What an eye-opening month it has been. Ever since I shared that I was quitting Save My Reno, I’ve been bombarded with realizations about work, worth and wellness—theme
The Pressure To Name It
Lately I’ve been feeling pressure to figure out exactly what I want to do. And that whatever that thing is, it be be done well and forever. When I say it aloud, I hear how absurd
Lately I’ve been a bit frustrated, mostly with myself. For as long as I can remember, I’ve struggled with direction in my career. I, like many, have worked myriad job
The Results of Hibernating
This past winter, I was not organizing with every body else a la Marie Kondo. I was actually hibernating—and kind of accumulating, actually… I had just moved across the cou
Why I Moved To Squamish
This post has been months in the making! But the more time that passes, the longer my list of reasons grows—and yeah, the more intimidating the thought of writing it all down bec
[Notes From Bali No. 4]: Bend Like Bamboo
During my time in Bali, I was introduced to the Japanese proverb “The Bamboo that bends is stronger than the Oak that resists.” And thinking about it, while it may seem
[Notes from Bali No. 1] Think, Think, Stop.
Our thoughts are simply observations of what we see and what we hear. And we waste so much time attaching stories to them. And when we do this, we open up the potential to feel
You’ve Come a Long Way, Champ
For the past few days, I’ve been undergoing the arduous task of individually editing every single one of my blog posts. Yes, it was a major pain in the butt, but it also forced
Stop Looking Out, Start Looking In
It’s easier than ever to compare ourselves to others. And for me, this has extended to comparing myself to others in my creative field. With the internet at our fingertips, i
Oh, But What If?
Oh, what can change in a year, what the future can hold if we only dare to dream. It’s funny how one simple thought — a hypothetical “what if?” — can
Is This What They Call Burnout?
Lately I’ve been shuddering when a new work email lands in my inbox. And it’s tough, because I feel so grateful to be “successful” in work, but on the other