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Feminism: Redefining the F Word

From Beyonce’s Flawless remix with Nicki Minaj, Emma Watson’s UN He for She Speech, to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s We Should All Feminist Ted Talk. Ladies, we’re finally steering the conversation in the right direction. Feminism is one of those taboo words that … Continue reading

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Monday Minute: Robin Williams

In the wake of Robin Williams’ death, I am reminded to be kind to everyone I come across, for you don’t know what demons they’re battling. Robin Williams gave me my warmest childhood memories and I am lucky to have … Continue reading

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Tune Obssessed: TOKiMONSTA

Music is a crucial component of my life. It’s the driving force that allows me to amplify celebrations when the times are good and heals my heart in some of the most difficult moments. Growing up in a household where … Continue reading

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Winter Cravings

  As winter begins to settle into Vancouver, a girl cant help but seek out the perfect ankle booties. I’m the kind of girl who whines about a 5 inch heel that causes me 2 days of sore feet after … Continue reading

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Clarity

I’m tired, but fulfilled. I could use not only nap, but a hibernation period. Oddly enough, I feel complete. I have a clear focus on what I want for 2013 and exciting events are just above the horizon. 2012 completely … Continue reading

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Someone to watch over me

I really contemplated whether or not to write this post. The emotions I feel are as raw as a new flesh wound and feel like I haven’t fully come to terms with our loss. I said goodbye to the foundation … Continue reading

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Dear Sister,

After watching the Half the Sky trailer, I downloaded the e-book and came to a realization that us in developed countries take a lot for granted. I’ve realized that my huge princess complex has blinded me from achieving my potential. … Continue reading

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