Browsing Tag

Canada

  • peach, pits, pit
    travel

    Stumbling Block. Brain Freeze. Re-set. Let’s Go.

      Travelling with children to and from remote places, nothing is easy and the road is filled with challenging stumbling blocks. Welcome to the yearly adventure… It’s a solid two days of traveling for…

    September 7, 2017
  • culture & community philosophy & politics

    That Word: Hope

    Easter has come and gone. Often in many places around the world this means shared meals, and hopefully some chocolate whether it’s bunny-shaped, or not. And for many more people, it means attending church…

    April 18, 2017
  • living mannequin, onstage, costumes, creative pathway
    arts & music

    The Creative Pathway: Learning & Rejuvination

    Finding your creative pathway is a difficult journey requiring constant learning & invigorating sources of inspiration. How can creatives elude stagnation, the major killer of creativity? I’ve written about life as a creative before, about staying inspired and…

    September 26, 2016
  • culture & community travel

    Portals, Travel, & Transitions

      Finding Beauty The troubles with travelling & living abroad, and how the mind acts as a portal to help ease the transition. You’re in one place but thinking about the other; simultaneously exploring where you are going to and…

    August 29, 2016
  • health

    Let’s Go Exploring! (or: How to be a Flaneuse)

    Canada was colonially established by explorers. The search for the Northwest Passage became irrelevant along with the need for explorers as industrialization took over. We know our cities, we travel major highways rather than…

    May 18, 2016
  • fact belief talking heads dissonance
    culture & community home & lifestyle

    Dissonance

      It’s dogs barking both close and far. It’s cars reverberating across a bridge whose joints have been sloppily paved over to create heaves that make an empty dump truck bounce and bang. Ker-chunk.…

    January 19, 2016
  • arts & music travel

    52 Weeks of Light – Post Three

    Amber’s experiment with light. This week featuring the winter solstice light. Follow her documentation of the quality of light and how it continuously changes from week to week in Yellowknife, Canada. Click the links to…

    December 29, 2015
  • business food

    Delicious Failure

      Along with my afternoon tea, today failure tastes like homemade banana bread abundant in walnuts. It tastes welcoming and satisfying. I’m pretty sure I’ve come full circle just as a lesson in appreciation.…

    November 24, 2015