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Be the Tortoise, Not the Hare

"The Tortoise and the Hare" is one of the most memorable fables by Aesop from my childhood that sparked this week's blog idea about the overlooked importance of slow growth. No matter what it is you are trying to achieve…

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You Are a Realist AND a Dreamer

Are you a realist or a dreamer? This question dichomotizes the types of people that exists in our world. I dare to challenge by asking "Are you a realist AND a dreamer?" It might sound super cheesy and cliche but…

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Does Social Media Hinder Creativity?

Social media is a part of our daily lives and we have never been more connected with our "neighbours" across the world with a click of a button at our fingertips. The social affects of social media is an ongoing…

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Where is YOUR Destination?

I've been getting an out pour of messages and well wishes in response to my latest life's change and I have never felt so supported! In addition, I've been receiving a lot of questions about what are my next steps…

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In The Hood

                                      Shout-out to my soul sister, Michelle (@millierougemusic) for taking these awesome winter pictures for me!

                                       Wore it for my CONNECTED LP Photoshoot back in February with Darren Gee Photography

I was never really…

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Building Walls or Building Windmills?

Security. Engrained from a very young age my parents taught my sisters and I to establish security in life. Security in the form of education, relationships, career and finance. Like most immigrants, my parents had to work extremely hard…

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Wishing Upon a Star

"Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss it, you will land among the stars!" - Anonymous. Doesn't this sweater remind you of our night sky when darkness falls? Especially away from our city lights, that's when you can…

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Apples vs Oranges: An Unhealthy Predicament

We've all heard it. The idiom "It's like comparing apples to oranges" is often used when two things are so different and should not (and cannot) be compared. And yet we do it all the time. Whether we are aware…

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