Moments from the past month that have brought me joy. A little gratitude and reflection each month can never hurt.
I’ve been admittedly absent on the blog over the past month (and admittedly guilty of that more times than one should admit), but it hasn’t been without good reason. That reason brings me straight to the tiny treasures of the past month – the unforgettable moments and undeniable pleasures that I couldn’t not fill you in on. …
Things that have come, gone, and left such a mark on my mind and heart over the past month. I’d love to know what’s been your favourite moments of July!
There are four particular veggies that are always in my bi-weekly grocery list. And I still get the “You like how that tastes?” or “Wow, you eat that?”.
This book is for the young woman who tends to fall prey to negativity around her, especially when she allows negative, self-defeatist thoughts into her mind.
I’m late to the party, I know. My thoughts on Ayesha Curry’s recent ‘revelation’, that had the internet and social media (YouTube especially!!) abuzz.
Safe spaces? Mine are in the pages of these precious notebooks.
MILLENNIALS TODAY …call us what you want (I’ve heard lazy, entitled, the whole gamut) but don’t forget that we are, more than any other generation, the multi-hyphenates. The multi-passioned ones. Our IG bios alone are living proof. We have the opportunity, sometimes the time and often the resources to pursue our ‘passions’ and being able …