This week on the podcast we talk about five tangible strategies to reduce the stress of motherhood.
This week on the podcast we’re talking all about productivity. I met Puja Mohan through Instagram, because I came across her series of books called The Goal Digger Series. These three books build on one another, and they’re all about how to set goals, break them down and execute them in a way that increases […]
In this podcast episode we talk about Liz Tizzard’s process to reclaim her identity following motherhood.
Sipping coffee and munching on some avocado toast is what I was doing when I was first introduced to the raw, funny and strong woman that is Morgan Craig-Broadwith. I was at an Ace Class event called Toast where a panel of women were talking about what it takes to do all the things, and […]
This is not the post that I intended to write this week. I had all kinds of other ideas to line up with the 121 Day Challenge, but I and many women and people around North America (and the world) have been very affected by the news and politics. Fear not, this is not a […]
This week on the podcast I’m joined by Calgary entrepreneur, mother, and badass cupcake creator, Jodi Willoughby. If that name isn’t ringing a bell for locals, perhaps… Crave Cupcakes? Yeah… now I’ve got your attention! We talk about how Crave Cupcakes almost never was, how they were turned away from farmer’s markets. Jodi shares her […]
I am so pleased to be joined this week by my badass sister-in-law, Tara Scott. Not only do I look up to Tara as a parenting guru (she’s had many a phone call from me in distress or in the midst of toddler chaos), but in this episode she talks about the parenting values that […]
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 […]
For all the parents out there whose babies have suffered from colic, this is my salute to you. Nobody expects they’ll have a baby with colic. We expect our baby will be born, it’ll be gorgeous, yeah sure we’ll have a few sleepless nights, but any cry will be quickly resolved with a burping, a […]
Today on the podcast we’re joined by all around BADASS, Hannah Cree. I don’t say that lightly – I left my hour long interview with Hannah completely blown away by the work that she does as a social entrepreneur with her business Common Good linens. Not only is it a linen service, but they provide jobs […]