This week on the podcast we’re joined by Brittney Pickett. Brittney shares about her business called Glass Cliff Divas, how she manages the needs of her blended family, postpartum and more.
My very first introduction to Stephanie Hoogveld was through our mutual friend (and previous podcast guest!) Kristen Dyck. It just so happens that Stephanie and I then went on to be in the same ATBx cohort, advancing our small businesses together. As a fan of colourful and vibrant art, Stephanie’s work is right up my […]
I first met Amber by attending one of her Barre Body Studio classes – I feared Amber a little bit. Her classes were good, but my buns would be sore for DAYS. Which means it was a great class, obviously. Soon I discovered that Amber runs Calgary Therapy Services, a counselling organization in the CUTEST […]
This week on the podcast we’re joined by my longtime friend, Julie Yepishina Geller. Julie shares her story of coming to Canada as a refugee from the former USSR, what it was like to grow up with major cultural differences, and her current entrepreneurial venture, Tok. My favourite part of this episode is Julie sharing […]
This week on the podcast we talk about five tangible strategies to reduce the stress of motherhood.
Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is not for the faint of heart – as Christa Singleton proves, it’s for the fearless. I think I was scrolling through @womenwhohike on Instagram one day when they featured a group of plus size women who were training to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. They called themselves the Curvy Kili Crew. I started […]
In this podcast episode we talk about Liz Tizzard’s process to reclaim her identity following motherhood.
I am so over the moon to be joined on the podcast this week by Marlo Brausse. Those in my life know that I am a barre-convert, and a huge part of that is down to attending Barre Body Studio, owned by Marlo Brausse. In particular, I attended one of Marlo’s class, and no joke, […]
We all have some big dream, something that we want, whether we tell anyone or not. It could be to get a promotion, to find love, to get pregnant, to start a business, to lose weight, to run a marathon, to learn to love your body… it could be anything. We usually start out our […]
This week on the podcast I’m so pleased to be joined by local teacher, world traveler and incredible mom, Jody Danchuk. Way back when my husband and I backpacked Southeast Asia in 2014, I vividly remember this Australian family that we kept running into as we travelled throughout Vietnam (most travellers go a similar route). […]