Inspiration: May 25

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Inspiration May 25 >> Life In Limbo

Reminder: your local public library probably puts on some really cool (free!) events and talks. I went to one yesterday with CBC host Andrea Bain, who wrote the book Single Girl Problems, and it was a lot of fun.

Revisionist History is back with Season 3! I just find Malcolm endlessly delightful.

In very sad news, my friend Kathryn Bondy of Golden Age Botanicals experienced a tragic fire at her studio this week. Although upsetting, it’s been so beautiful to see how the community has come together around these artists and helped support them. You can learn more here.

I’ve thoroughly been enjoying my Level 2 Facilitator’s course I’m taking through one of the companies I work for, The MEHRIT Centre. Every time I do a module, I have an a-ha moment, and it’s awesome to be starting to translate that knowledge into resources I can share. If you’re curious, check out the recent infographic I made for the course here!

In case you missed it, I interviewed my super-cool friend Or Har-Gil on my podcast this week about making meaning and telling different stories! So fun & so interesting.

Not linkable but no less inspiring, I was so moved by my Grandma’s 90th birthday party this past weekend. She is such a beautiful soul, and I was brought to tears more than once to see her surrounded by the family she’s created, plus her sister & brother-in-law visiting from Wales. It was such a special day that I will never forget. This weekend I have a fun dinner party and then am heading up to the cottage with my sweet man. I hope you have a wonderful weekend too! xo.

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