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Inspiration comes in many forms and I love coming across inspiring women who are doing amazing things to change this world or who simply own who they are and their place in this world and encourage others to do...
Take a deep breath, they say, clear your mind of all thoughts. There’s no arguing that for many people, meditation is a brilliant way to help them calm and destress themselves. I’ve heard so many people rave about it...
All moms want their families to be healthy and healthy starts with food choices. With school lurking around the corner, the last thing on your to do list is meal planning. With a little practice and a little time,...
I’d love to be able to say that I managed to get my financial life in order before my twenties were over, but that just didn’t happen. Sure, I was in a much better situation at 29 than what...
The other night at dinner, my daughter asked a question out of our Table Topics game, “Do you think it’s possible to get over a fear?” Lily, my husband, and I immediately said, “Yes.” While my son, Jasper, answered,...
Books can be powerful, they can inspire, motivate and make you a better person. A far cry from the old ways of hiding your face when browsing the ‘self help’ section of the bookstore, self improvement books are now...
Getting fired from work can be an unpleasant experience. Emotions such as shock, disbelief, intense anger and hopelessness take control. For most employees, job loss is even deliberating and shocking. Others ruin their professionalism and health. Cessation of job...
I love decluttering. I mean, I’m pretty lazy and I like the idea of it more than actually doing it. But even I have to admit there’s something super therapeutic about clearing out the clutter and bringing more space...
I’m all for observational humour, I love people watching and I love the psychology behind personalities, motivation and what makes us who we are. Don’t even get me started on how excited I get talking about how the brain...
Dear Village Momma, I feel obligated to write you this letter to say I'm sorry for disciplining your child the other night. But I'm not sorry for disciplining your child.  Let me set the scene. Your kiddo showed up at my door...