Inspiration: February 14

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Inspiration: February 14 >> Life In Limbo

If you haven’t already seen them, Benito Skinner’s sketches about dating the astrological signs are hilarious and pretty on point.

I started watching Magic for Humans this week and it’s such a sweet, funny show with lots of ACTUAL MAGIC which I am always here for.

I don’t follow this exact method, but there were some pieces in this productivity strategy (called Monday Hour One) that I resonated with.

My friend Mel is offering this beautiful gift box called the Lovers’ Box, full of lovely botanical products to bring you and a sweetheart closer together. I recently received her Winter Open Seasons box and it has been so wonderful.

A very helpful and accurate rundown of catching feelings, by enneagram type. I also liked this one about how the types feel connected.

I was lucky enough to present at the Radford Summit this week, and even luckier to get a gift bag of some of their products! I am now 100% obsessed with this moisturizer and this lip tint glow.

I signed up for a tax prep session with New School and I’m feeling SO RELIEVED already about my taxes for this year. Bless them.

I loved attending my friend Or’s intuition card workshop last weekend! It was such a lovely and peaceful afternoon.


I didn’t do a ton of internet-ing this week because it has been a busy one! As mentioned, I was speaking at a company summit which took a lot of prep and was super fun. And of course I’m also gearing up for the retreat next week which is so exciting! This weekend I’m excited to take a little bit of much-needed downtime, head home for a fam jam, watch some movies, read a bit. Next weekend is going to be amazing but full-on, and I want to keep my energy up for it! I hope you have a wonderful weekend too. xo.

Inspiration: February 7

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Inspiration: February 7 >> Life In Limbo

Although I was pretty disappointed in how the Senate trial played out, I did find this interview with Mitt Romney about his voting decisions very interesting. I can only hope more people take his stance.

A great thread about making better salads, via Kate. This is amazing and makes me want to eat an enormous salad, pronto.

An interesting look into the world of Toronto online dating! Thanks to Laura for passing this piece along.

While I would not call this book “inspiring” per se, I did find Bad Blood (the story of the Theranos fraud & scandal) incredibly compelling and fascinating. It was like watching a nightmare unfold.

My friend Sonja re-launched her Nurture newsletter this week! Subscribe for thoughtfully-curated-everything.

I’ve watched this video of Tucker more than once this week. That’s probably all you need to know. I just LOVE HIM. He’s so funny.

It was super fun to have two interviews I did come out recently! I’m talking about my favourite topics – productivity & systems. Listen to the Soul Compass episode here and the Simply Elaborate episode here.


Another week totally flying by! It was such a good week. I sold out my retreat (AHHH!!!) to the most incredible people. I am working with great folks in The Foundery. I’m excitedly prepping for a presentation next week at the Radford team summit! And I have so much to look forward to in the next couple of months. It feels so good to be in this place! This weekend I’m planning on spending some time with my sisters and taking some quality down time before things start ramping up for the retreat. I hope you have a wonderful weekend too! xo.

Inspiration: January 31

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Inspiration: January 31 >> Life In Limbo

Amy Young is back on Instagram after a hiatus, and her posts and stories are really hitting home lately! Here’s one I liked, but she’s worth a follow in general.

LOVED this Instagram post and literally couldn’t agree more.

My friend Laura and I went to the Knix store on the weekend and I splurged on a pair of their pyjamas which are the best things I’ve ever worn. I am so impressed by them recently, especially this response to the news about PFAs in a competitor’s products.

I am grateful every single day for The Daily from the New York Times, but especially now during this impeachment trial. They help me make sense of what’s happening without getting overwhelmed.

Just a plug here for Canva, which I have been using for EVERYTHING lately. This week I found their presentation slides designs and was blown away! I’ll be using one for an upcoming talk I’m giving, and the designs alone will help me stand out.

I’m really into home reno content lately and have been loving this Instagram account a lot. Then this week I watched this room transformation and was so impressed! So much work but such beautiful results.

Really fun to share this podcast episode where I was interviewed about ways to increase your productivity as a creative entrepreneur!


Happy Friday! This has been another busy week, but I had fewer client calls so was able to make more progress on planning ahead for the retreat (!) and a talk I’m giving at a local business (!!) in a couple weeks. I was also lucky enough to cowork at both Make Lemonade AND East Room this week and it was so fun to have a change of scenery.  This weekend I don’t have any big plans but am looking forward to getting some reading in and keeping up with my meal prep! I hope you have a wonderful weekend too. xo.

Inspiration: January 24

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Inspiration: January 24 >> Life In Limbo

As with most of the world, I was obsessed with Cheer, the beautiful and powerful Netflix documentary about the Navarro College cheerleading team. If you’re like, “I don’t get it..?”, read this (or just watch episode 1) and get ready to get VERY into it! The memes alone are worth it.

Speaking of Netflix, Sex Education is back with season 2 which I devoured in like 2 days! This show is truly some of my favourite television ever, and the theme of friendship this season is so beautiful.

I love Hurry Slowly, but I thought this episode about ways to hold space for yourself was particularly great. It made me feel calmer just listening to it.

Next time you’re struggling to login to a public wifi because that little box refuses to open, head to “neverssl.com” and it will force it to load!

There are a lot of great tips here for those of us that work from home!

Love this idea from James Clear: “Curiosity, courage, and persistence are the new gatekeepers.”

This is a cool thread about the biggest life lessons people wish they’d learned 10 years earlier. The first one is super powerful: “External solutions for internal problems don’t exist.”

I liked this Self-Knowledge Questionnaire from The School of Life. Very insightful!

My friends, The Dream is back and they are taking on the wellness industry this season. Oh. My goodness. SO good.


I’m back! Last week I literally ran out of time to do this post (😳) but I gave myself some grace and chose not to force it to happen. But I’m excited to be back and sharing some of the things that have been inspiring me lately! In other news, I’m excitedly preparing for my first-ever business retreat in February (EEK!), starting with a bunch of new clients, and starting my group program, The Foundery this month. Business is good, and I am good too – trying to eat healthier, sleep more, and go for walks. Wish me luck! This weekend I am planning to see my family and support them as much as I can. I hope you have a wonderful weekend too! xo.