Let me just start out by saying – I have zero problem with the fact that Rachel Hollis is a success. I think anyone can do anything they put their mind to – hustle, heart and a whole lot of ambition can get you anywhere you want to go. To a certain extent it really … Continue reading The Problem with Free Information on the Internet – a Rachel Hollis critique
Literally for ages I have walked by this book in the bookstore, have been attracted to the bright cover and then thought nope – I am not gonna like it, put it back. For years I have been interested in how I might need to change habits because Lordy knows I am in a habit … Continue reading The Power of Habit
Truth: Even though I had a fairly great job situation in Calgary post SAIT I quit my job and moved to Montreal. I transferred with Starbucks to get me started and took my boho looking, dreadlock sporting self to the city of liberty and freedom and decided it was about time I make a life … Continue reading The bag of burritos I needed.
I recently started reading the book Pivot by Jenny Blake. One of those interesting reads that forces you to look within to figure out to where to go next. This last little while I have been feeling stagnant in my life: work, sleep, eat, sleep, go on a date, have it not work, go for … Continue reading What keeps you HAPPY?
People are fucked up. I have noticed recently a whole lot of podcasts, youtube channels and creative content that surrounds murder. Maybe because I am just into podcasts - a lot - lately or maybe because - there are lots and lots and lots of cases and stories of murder in America (Canada & USA … Continue reading My Favorite Murder
Quite a few months ago I wrote about #girlboss the book written & inspired by Sophia Amoruso. I can't say I ever shopped at Nasty Gal but I am very interested in Women entrepreneurs and the vague and intriguing idea of making money online. I am truly inspired and curious by how these online entrepreneurs … Continue reading a change in business …
“It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.” - Leonardo da Vinci