From what I know, we could all use a bit more zen in our lives. Here’s a few healthy habits that have helped me combat the ever-romanticized #hustle.
For no reason other than practicing gratitude, I made a list of things I’m loving this season.
My advice for people pursuing a creative career: identify your skills, practice your craft, and grow.
Vision boards, setting intentions, manifesting, goal setting—whatever you want to call it—it works.
Grow your community on Instagram with strategic likes and comments.
How to capture your ideal audience with your Instagram captions.
As a business owner, life moves fast. When is it time to outsource your content creation?
Reflections on this season last year and our weekend away in Fernie, British Columbia.
Practicing accountability and a new favourite hike in K-Country.
Where prairie skies meet mountain peaks.
The combination of spontaneity and winding roads makes me feel all kinds of satisfaction and freedom at the same time. A peek at our weekend in Invermere.
I'll never say no to a long weekend in the Rockies—especially if we're camping.
It rained almost the entire time we were there (what droubt?), but we found a few fun places to stay dry.
Kelowna is my favourite things rolled into one: mountains, lakes, and wine.
I’m no expert by any means when it comes to maintaining motivation in the trickier times, but I have learned a little bit over the past few seasons of challenge I’ve lived through. Here’s what I know.
I get it.
Writing about yourself is one of the hardest things you will have to do when creating your online personality.
Storytelling. It’s a buzzword that you have probably heard bouncing around the business and marketing worlds lately. You own a business, so people tell you that you should do it. But why?