Self-care is vital to your health and wellness. Taking time to listen to what you need and doing something about it will help you build the best and strongest you. I have a tattoo on my hip that says “love yourself first”. It is a constant reminder that I need to make “me” a priority every single day.
While September is a time when many head back to school, it’s also about moving forward and self-improvement. For many, September is all about NEW! New month, new beginning, new mindset, new focus, new intentions and new results. I have some Best Buy gear and tips to help you take on September and the months… Read More
This is the first of a new blog series….my August 2018 monthly favorites. I hope these posts inspire you and let you get to know me more. If you have any topics you would like me to include, just let me know in the comments below. Favorite Blog Posts Lately Andrea wrote an amazing article… Read More
No matter the season—fall, winter, spring or summer—I can find an activity to get me outdoors. With the summer months, comes a few of my favorite pastimes including camping, hiking, running, biking and kayaking. If you are like me and a magnet for bugs…a deet free insect repellent is key to survival this time of… Read More
As most of you know I have Type 1 diabetes and my vision is impacted as a result. Rough right?! But thankfully, I don’t mind wearing glasses! If anything it’s just another great accessory. I use mine primarily for work..reading and computering (is that even a word?). Today’s post with Zenni is a good one.… Read More
This cherry blog is a paid partnership with BC Tree Fruits. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Growing up in BC I knew it was finally summer when school was out and the fruits became ripe on the trees. An annual family vacation to the Okanagan was always highlighted with a cherry picking adventure.… Read More
For those of you who follow me actively on Instagram, you may know that I have Type 1 diabetes. I only got diagnosed about a year ago, and from diagnosis to day-to-day management I am looking forward to sharing my story with you over the next few months. Thriving with Diabetes Helped by the Accu-Chek… Read More
If you’ve followed me for a while now, you’ve likely noticed that my job is anything but conventional. No, I am not parked in a cubical from 9 to 5. My day-to-day can look glamorous to some, between exciting photo shoots and amazing adventures but the truth of the matter is there are A LOT of moving part and plenty of organization required to be a content creator. Especially if you want to be successful!