Erin Meskers is Rose Gilded

I’m so thrilled to share with you all today an interview with the beautiful soul that is Erin Meskers. She’s the founder of Rose Gilded, a philanthropic project devoted to putting an end to women’s tireless journey to perfection, choosing instead to celebrate us as we are, naturally. *** So lovely to speak with you,…

Travel (live) your way

I’ve had quite a few questions pop up in the past month from friends back home in Canada on the topic of travel. Mostly, they want to know what my recommendations are for this city or that—places I’ve visited or even been fortunate to have lived in over the past year. I don’t know if…

Delving into the Magical World of Hannah Guthman

Hannah Guthman is a modern day Renaissance woman with a whole host of artistic skills. She’s most widely known as the entrepreneurial darling behind Hannah Guthman Creative. ** I’d love to start out by asking you how you’d describe what you do for a living.  Is there a particular craft you most identify with? I’m…

Einstein on Imagination

Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand. If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them…

The power of abstract art

I grew up loving colour. I would craft the wackiest outfits, and the only criteria they had to meet was that they made me happy in that present moment. My favourite item of clothing was probably this one bathing suit I had; it had gorgeous patches of bright colours that never failed to excite me….

Find your people.

Moving to a new city as a writer can be very isolating. In fact, moving to any foreign city is a struggle in and of itself—the language is cryptic, the culture is unfamiliar, your closest friends are an ocean away… You get it. But when you’re nestling into a new part of the world and…

Pursuing a creative dream is hard

I want to be a writer. When I think about this statement I know one thing: it is utterly true. It is the dream that I’ve always had since I was young, but never let myself really explore in earnest for its very unstable, risky nature. But then again, it’s these very characteristics that are…

Living mindfully with Monica

Monica is the talent behind Mindfully Travel, a site where she discusses her passions for a wide array of art and cultural expressions, including travel, mindfulness, yoga, and fashion. Plus, she offers coaching on what she’s termed “mindful marketing” for those inspired to develop a brand that has real purpose at its core. Check that…

How Willow Arlen used illness to find her passion

I had the pleasure of chatting with the inspirational Willow Arlen, the woman behind Will Cook For Friends who teaches us how to turn even the most painful moments into fruitful opportunities! *** You’re a writer, photographer, and self-professed lover of food, all of which comes together so beautifully in your blog, Will Cook For…

Elaine Gordon’s Color Packed, Allergy-Friendly Culinary Haven

Elaine Gordon is the wiz behind Eating by Elaine. At once a writer, mother of two, blogger and culinary goddess, she’s doing it all. Here she dishes on all that’s encompassed in the world of food blogging, the beauty of plant-based eating, and how she keeps a healthy work-life balance. – So, how did you…

Entering A World of Whimsy with Olivia of Concrete Gardens

Olivia is the young entrepreneur behind the beautiful greenhouse and nursery in Detroit: Concrete Gardens. She’s known around the world for her über-creative presentations of succulents and cacti. One quick look at her page will have you feeling like you fell down the rabbit hole and into her floral Wonderland. I’d love to start by…