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Bryony Gordon

Mad Girl, Mental Health Mates and Prince Harry with Bryony Gordon

I am OVER THE MOON (yes, ALL CAPS) to be joined this week by mental health advocate, journalist for the Telegraph, author and all around kick-ass woman, Bryony Gordon. As many of you know, I’m incredibly passionate about decreasing stigma around mental health issues, so when I first heard Bryony’s podcast, Mad World, where she […]

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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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