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The Business of Being an Artist with Melissa McKinnon

Today on the podcast we’re joined by Calgary-based artist, Melissa McKinnon. I have been a huge fan of Melissa’s work for years, so the opportunity to meet her in person, to snoop around her studio and to actually touch a painting (she invited me to, guys!) made my ever-loving day. In this interview, Melissa and […]

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Mindful Consumption, Adult Children of Divorce and a Year of Less with Cait Flanders

I’ve been following Cait Flanders’ blog since it was originally named Blonde on a Budget. At that time, she was detailing her experience getting out of $30,000 of consumer debt. Incredibly, she got herself out of debt in fairly short order (and told her readers EXACTLY how she did it), then once debt-free she got […]

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10 Strategies to Seriously Decrease Your Stress TODAY

Do you regularly experience stress in your life, be it physical or psychological? I’m guessing you said yes, only because I play the odds. According to the American Psychological Association, in 2017, their annual stress research findings showed that 77% of individuals regularly experience physical symptoms of stress (think lack of sleep, muscle tension, IBS, […]

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What Am I Doing Wrong? What About What I’m Doing Right?

As I sit down to write this post, it’s been one hell of a day. In coaching, we’re not supposed to talk about that which we haven’t worked through yet. If I haven’t worked through it, it’s supposed to be a disservice to you. Here’s the thing… I’ve somewhat worked through it, but I think […]

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Women in Trades, Gender Norms and Minimalism with Dana Francis

I first heard of Dana Francis when she commented on my Instagram. Yes, we’re millennials, that kind of thing happens, okay! Checking out her profile, I could see that she had recently launched her own podcast, CareerPod, where she interviews people in very non-traditional careers. She’s talked to air traffic controllers, radio DJ’s, podcasters and even someone […]

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