Inspiration: August 7

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Inspiration: August 7 >> Life In Limbo

Such a great little initiative for Toronto during COVID-19: is the park busy? No clue yet whether it’s accurate or not, but it’s helpful to have!

I haven’t yet had a chance to listen, but I’m so excited about this new podcast from Serial and The New York Times: Nice White Parents.

Really relatable watching for those of us who may or may not be a little *too* into personal development and self-help sometimes!

I read Such a Fun Age this week and loved it! So cringey, so well-observed, so smart. Its observations on race were fascinating, but I also loved (and related to!) the feeling of being the person working for someone who wants more from you than just the work itself.

Since we’re all staycationing these days, I loved this list of day trips around Toronto! There is honestly so much to do so close to home.

If you’re into Human Design, I’ve been finding this podcast interesting lately.

This week on my business blog I’m sharing a flow chart I use to help me evaluate my ideas! I’m also sharing a sneak peek of my new business community membership! 😍

Happy Friday! I hope you’ve had a wonderful week. Mine was nice – I was housesitting and dogsitting for friends and it was great to have a few days in a different environment, with a dog buddy nearby while I worked! This weekend I don’t have any big plans beyond helping out with some Etsy markets, reading this book, and hopefully finishing this puzzle.

An announcement that I’m going to take the month of August off from sending out this newsletter! It’s good to take a break. I’ll be back with more inspiration in September!

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