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Everything That Remains

Book Review: Everything That Remains

Everything That Remains: A Memoir by The Minimalists, co-written by authors Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus share their experiences going from corporate success, albeit with a lack of contentment, to a minimalist lifestyle that provided much needed fulfillment and value from life. What is minimalism? Per their blog, The Minimalists, they define minimalism as “a […]

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The Royal We book review

Book Review: The Royal We

Tis the month of Royals fever with the birth of baby Princess Charlotte! Don’t lie… you read at least one news article about it. I fully own up to it. Here’s the thing, I think that as a North American I have a fascination with all things Royal because we tend to romanticize them. While the […]

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reading on the road

What I Read on the Road – Part II

Thanks to everyone for their fabulous reading suggestions in the comment sections of What I’m Reading on the Road Part I. However… I haven’t read any of your suggestions YET. It’s not that I don’t intend to, I very much plan to, but for now I have to work my way through my Kobo library. […]

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What I’m Reading On the Road

A takeaway that I heard this year both at Surrey International Writers’ Conference as well as Calgary’s own When Words Collide is that writing is as much about reading as it is putting words on the screen. And so, as David and I backpack Southeast Asia, I loaded by Kobo with books for the road. […]

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