Love is…bus rides & Fever Ray albums on repeat


“Poetry is the liquid voice that can wear through stone.” -Adrienne Rich sunrises over farmer’s fields with Ohbijou pouring out the car’s speakers warm sun on my face in the middle of winter the artistic perspective of powerlines staring at … Continue reading

Love is…happy bellies, knitted bliss, dorky photos, and poetry hidden in the clouds


It’s been oh-so long since I’ve done one of these Love Lists. Here are some things that have made my heart expand lately… knitting up a storm! (soft, thick yarns in delicious blends of colour) creative baking adventures (if you … Continue reading

Memories and Mixtapes: Summer Love & The Art of Bedroom Dancing


Sam Beam’s voice makes my heart swell. It had been quite awhile since I’d listened to Iron & Wine, and as the soothing soulful melodies poured out the speakers, I found myself dancing and swaying in the kitchen. These movements … Continue reading

33 Ways to Have a Vibrant Day

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Walk or drive down a tree lined street with the leaves ablaze with autumn magic Eat really ripe fruit and let the juices run down your arm Listen to the chirps and steady piercing hums of the crickets and cicadas … Continue reading

Adventures at Small Pond: A Writing Retreat for the Soul

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Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of doing a short writing residency at this amazing 87 acre farm just outside Picton, Ontario. Small Pond Arts is a wild, sprawling space that includes an arts retreat centre, an art studio, … Continue reading

Blogger Award Love!


I received a really unexpected, yet lovely surprise from a fellow (awesome) photo blogger, MilkshakesInSpring! She nominated for for two Blogger Awards – thanks a ton!! I am incredibly appreciative :) So now, I am supposed to reveal 7 interesting … Continue reading

Love is…Brief Escapes & Entrenched Narratives


This weekend, armed with a pretty generous gift card, my partner and I escaped to the quaint town of Niagara-on-the-Lake for a couple of whirlwind days. We stayed at one of the vintage hotels – an adorable and relatively unassuming … Continue reading