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Week In Review: Getting Out Of The Mess

Oh man you guys Last week was messy. Messy messy messy. It was just…really busy…I guess. Since being back from home, I’ve worked nearly every day. Eight days in a row. Ontop of that, it is now the beginning of the Toronto Fringe Festival, so in addition to opening my own show and fitting in my performances around my work schedule, I’ve been scheduling in where I can get out to…

Week In Review: Time At Home

Hi lovely friends, Last week, to relive all the good feelings, I recapped my brother’s wedding. I didn’t have a chance to talk much more about my time at home, though. I don’t want to let the visit go by without documenting some of the life-giving accomplishments that were had during this time, so I’m using this week’s Week In Review to go back and relive some…

Week In Review: What Makes You Feel Productive?

You know when life feels tough, even the smallest of things can feel like milestones? That was definitely a feeling I had a number of times last week. Sometimes the most simple tasks take even more effort to get out and do. Get me to feel accomplished about commuting to three appointments in one day?… mmm, maybe. But getting to the store to buy toothpaste? Bam. I deserve a throne.  What made me feel bad ass productive last…

Week In Review: The Links and Resources Edition

It just so happened that a lot of what I did last week involved links, so I’m taking that as an opportunity to share some recent things I’ve been using or enjoying with you.  I still see all these things as accomplishments. I see doing anything that is either new, something that has been on your to do list, something that you learned, or anything that benefits your soul in the self care…

Week In Review: Coffeeshop Living, Flowers and Sun

Last week I… No idea what I’m doing? Go visit Meg and see what all the rage is about.  Baked. For the first time in so many weeks. It’s not that I havn’t wanted to but a) I want to clear my freezer out of ALL oldies before stuffing it with newbies b) I’ve been needing to put my time elsewhere and c) I am going through this weird…

Recent Eats Catch Up (What I Ate Wednesday)

What happens when a lady has no desire or time to blog about food for a couple of weeks? …. she brings it all back in a catch up recent eats post! In celebration of lighter things – and just for a little much needed fun for both you and I – I’m sharing some of the good eats I’ve been enjoying over the last few crazy weeks.  There’s been…

It Was A Week Where… (Week In Review)

It was a weird week. A week where I had enough feelings go through me for an entire half year. In fact this is the first time I’ve sat down to do my Week In Review and just can’t get a grasp on where to start.  …what happens when my hair person is late. #notmyspecialty It was a week where…   I ate doggy bagged sweet potato fries and onion rings for dinner…

Date Orange Bran Muffins Recipe

These Date Orange Bran Muffins are the perfect breakfast for a comforting morning at home. Nothing weird or adventurous, but just a super healthy, home inspired muffin laced with the caramel sweetness of dates and citrusy brightness of orange. Bran fans, unite!   Do you remember my Pear Fig Chia Bran Muffins? If so, you may recall my often forgotten adoration for bran. Bran muffins to be exactly precise. I don’t have them…

Let’s Talk About…Food. Recent Foodie Catchup.

How about we mix a little Lately: Kitchen Creations, recent eats and some random foodie rambles together. Mmm? Because as much as I prefer to eat my food, talking about it is can be pretty fun, too.  So let’s talk about… Montreal Bagels! Oh man. I’m officially such a fan. I can’t get enough of their super doughiness (FYI it took me forEVER to…

Bravery Is A Muscle: Week In Review

Bravery is a muscle.  Muscles are not only bulging biceps, twitching delts or popping calves built at the gym… we have emotional and mental muscles, too. And, like those muscles in the gym, they must be worked consistently if we want them to exist. These mental muscles however – in my opinion – can be some of the most challenging to work.   Sorry. Gross picture. But I had to.   Different people find different things…