When I hear an inspirational story about someone either living their best life or overcoming an obstacle I'm immediately inspired, motivated and happy. It gives me hope and perspective on whatever situation may have me in a rut or frustrated.
The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. Amazing, amazing book. I believe I've read it 4 times now.
Don't worry about whomever you think is prettier, cooler or smarter. Trust me, it all evens out by your 10 or 15 year reunion.
I'm more of a flat riding boot type of woman! High heels are amazing but not super practical for me at the moment.
Dancing. Dancing. Dancing. Right now I'm all about dance parties with my 10 month old son and my husband. We have 24k Magic by Bruno Mars, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy by The Andrews Sisters and Zombie by the icon, Fela Kuti on rotation. Oh, and a random smattering of the Hot Diggity Dog song from the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse intertwined.
Hummus and any veggie. Love it.
Any type of pasta.
Toronto, ON. Love traveling there via Porter Airlines. If you can, book your flight with them and you'll enjoy a ferry ride from airport terminal, right into downtown TO.
Run to shower and get clean so I can kiss and hold my son and snuggle with my husband. When I step into our home it is all about the and us.
I believe in everyday women as heroes. At the top of my list is my mother. She is simply amazing. Two-time cancer survivor, Sunday School teacher and the most active retiree I know.
Too much to unpack here, but I will say I've been more mindful and conscious of the news I allow, or don't allow in my space. I'm in a phase where I'm trying to disconnect more to have less "noise" in my space, so I can be about what I'm put on this earth to do.
I don't have a favorite brand, but I LIVE for any moisturizing lipstick in shades of coral or muted pink.
"Make the money. Don’t let the money make you." – Diamond from The Player’s Club. This is drop-the-mic level wisdom for life.