Chasing Slow: Courage to Journey Off the Beaten Path

Have you ever chased something? Maybe a love interest or a job. Perhaps it was a certain article of clothing or the next “in” thing in technology. If we are all honest, we’ve all chased something. We chase. We pursue. We strive. We struggle. We doubt. We falter. We succeed (sometimes). We fail (sometimes). We […]

14 Things Everyone Needs to Know About Love

What is love? How do you love? Who do you love? Why do we love? Here are 14 Things Everyone Needs to Know About Love…and Life. 1. Love…gives us purpose. “When one has once fully entered the realm of love, the world-no matter how imperfect-becomes rich and beautiful-it consists solely of opportunities for love.”-Soren Aabye […]

Everyone Needs a Black Mama…and Here’s Why!

I have the privilege of meeting spectacular people all the time. When I met this lady, we immediately connected at the soul level. It was like we’ve known each other forever. I call her my “Black Mama.” Don’t get me wrong, I love and adore my Mama Lim and Mother-in-Love Andi but there is just […]

Quick Guide: Predicting Your Future

Over the past couple of years, I’ve begun noticing that watching close games in sports gives me a bit of anxiety. I may not be the only one here. Even when I know the outcome has no bearing on my life, I still experience the physical sensations of the anxiety. I first noticed it while […]

Beauty & Blessings: This Week in Wonder & Awe(some)

Hello beautiful souls, Happy New Week/Long Weekend (depending on what country you are reading this from). Here in Canada, we are celebrating Thanksgiving. Drew and I decided years ago, that our lives would be about ThanksLiving-living in gratitude each and every day. Thanks for the big things and thanks for the little things. Thanks for […]

Half-Ass Help(er).

After a late night a couple of Thursdays ago (due to unexpected events), I woke up Friday morning on the tired side and with a full day ahead, I knew that I needed to lie down for a bit. So after our morning routine, I popped my head in to let my mum (who was […]