Save the World: One change at a time

Lately it seems the news is full of doom and gloom. We are apparently heading towards to a catastrophic ending. And for many of us millennials it leaves us with the feeling of hopelessness after all what difference is your lifestyle changes going to do when massive corporations are the one doing the majority of…

Finding MY Style Ft. Lisa

It took me a while to accept the way I am. I wanted to be Kendall Jenner. The lean, toned, long-legged and tall type… but naturally, I’m quite the opposite! Short (5’2″), short-legged, thick limbs, with a disproportionately large head. For me, this topic is closely tied to the idea of self-confidence and self-acceptance. I…

Finding Your Style

Finding your style. Finding something that’s “you”. To most of us, it’s a process and a challenge. Some people seem to have it naturally while others (if not all) need to experiment and go through the phases of trial and error. Some people know and accept everything about their bodies, both the ‘strengths’ and the…

What its like to go Plant-Based

Almost two months ago I decided to go plant-based. I wrote about this decision in another post. It has probably been the best and toughest decision of my life. Right now it is probably one of the easiest times to go plant-based as veganism becomes more mainstream and more consumers are turning to plants. But…

The Low Waste movement

The term sustainability has been thrown around for years. The first time I heard of it was in 2006 when my grade 8 teacher took us to watch An Inconvenient Truth. The silence in the theatre was deafening as almost fifty 14 year olds sat in terror and panic as we saw the large scale…

May the change be with you

“It’s only after you’ve stepped outside your comfort zone that you begin to change, grow, and transform.”  ― Roy T. Bennett When I started this year I knew this would be a year of major change after all it was part of the reason why I wanted this blog to happen. I knew I was going…

Checking Boxes

Change. What a scary thing. I’m not one to take large risks. I may have tiptoed outside of my comfort zone in the past 25 years of my existence, but I can’t ever recall a leap. A leap outside of my comfort zone. I’m reading ‘Becoming’ by Michelle Obama right now and she often refers…