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    Everyday I’ve been going on a walk around my neighbourhood. It started as a lockdown side effect and still it’s going. I’ve always enjoyed walking, but I’ve never done it as consistently as I have lately. There’s a huge park just down the street, where I can sit down by the pond and […]

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It never occurred to me to make my own granola at home. It was so easy to grab one at the store, after all, so it just didn’t seem all that worth it. I was wrong. Boy, was I wrong! Making your own granola is incredibly easy. It’s just a matter of combining your favourite […]

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    Finding meaning and purpose is one of the greatest pursuits of people. We all have an intrinsic desire to live full lives, but a lot of the time people end up feeling a lack of purpose. The search of a deeper meaning can be confusing and it can be a long road, full […]

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I’m a huge fan of brown butter, I believe it elevates any dish. Whenever I’m trying a new recipe, I am willing to go through the extra trouble of browning the butter. I am willing to risk getting burned. All for that nutty, rich flavour. I was craving cornbread the other day (it’s quarantine, nothing […]

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“This is the most revolutionary thing a woman can do: the next precise thing, one thing at a time, without asking permission or offering explanation. This way of life is thrilling.” I have never read Love Warrior or any other book by Glennon Doyle. I didn’t know much about her before reading Untamed, but years […]

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Lemon garlic pasta has a very nice ring to it, doesn’t it? It sounds so fresh, like sitting on a patio having a lazy lunch on a sunny day, sipping on a glass of sparkling sangria. This makes a perfect weeknight dinner: it’s easy to make, very straightforward and quick. You don’t need a lot […]

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Last week I chose to use the blog as a tool to spread social justice awareness and be another voice in the fight against systemic racism. This week I’m going back to posting my usual content, but that doesn’t mean the job is done and the fight is over. Changing systemic racism goes way beyond […]

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Documentaries are powerful tools that help us better understand global issues. They move us, inform us, educate us. It is necessary and urgent that we start understanding the history and context of systemic racism, that we become agents of change. These documentaries are stories that can help shape this new way of life we are […]

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