the “magic” of beginnings.

Over three years ago we started a journey with our family that we could have never imagined. Our son was diagnosed with Autism and we began seeing therapists in Richmond. One of our main therapies was ABA, it was a therapy we were not familiar with and we were struggling to understand. Desperate to get... Continue Reading →

covid Life Lessons

I think after the months of staying at home, we are beginning to see just how much our family has to be thankful for. My kids are aware of the virus and the changes that are going on but for the most part we have been able to just hang out at home and have... Continue Reading →

90,000 Reasons to be Passionate about your Work.

I believe in doing things with passion. I also believe the people you surround yourself with are reflections of you and should share some of your beliefs or goals. So, although my friends and family may not all have the same background, parenting styles, schedules, money management, political beliefs I think we share some common... Continue Reading →

Living a life we love, managing stress and coping with anxiety

So, my first 30 years were the years I didn't know how to manage my stress. I often felt overwhelmed, suffered from chronic headaches as well as feelings of depression and anxiety. Everything from relationships to money to work to any sort of responsibility would be stressful for me. Today, I rarely get a headache... Continue Reading →

Fill your Bucket First

Do you believe in syncronicity? I do. I love how many reoccurring themes I can find when I look for them in my life. The last little bit has been busy, but really nothing different from our normal routine of chaos. I attended two different workshops through the farm, my kids have been on Spring... Continue Reading →

Collaboration, the power of partnerships.

Being part of something bigger never used to matter to me. I hated relying on anyone else and thought I could do most things on my own. In my mind if you wanted it done right you should do it yourself, boy was I wrong. I dreaded group projects and always felt they would have... Continue Reading →

Simplifying your mental load, life and decisions.

This week was a full moon, the Harvest Moon, and I love to get together with a group of ladies at a Moon Circle. I have actually only been twice as scheduling can sometimes be challenging but I am so happy we met up this week because conversations reminded me of a few of my... Continue Reading →

Things I Learnt in 30 (+4) Years

So today is my 34th Birthday and although I really don't think of myself as old, sometimes in some groups I am the oldest. Scary thought but take for example when I hang out with my three kids I out-age them easily, or when I am working at the farm I am "the old gal",... Continue Reading →

Clean Eating (with dirty kids)

Over a year ago we embarked on a lifestyle change and for the first month we followed a plan of strict clean eating. It was the start of some major changes in our house and it was amazing. After just 30 days not only had we both physically changed (by loosing some significant weight) but... Continue Reading →

Food and Kids

To be fair my kids are not very picky and are, for the most part, pretty good eaters. However that doesn't mean I don't struggle with deciding what to feed them. I think my biggest struggle is what I can feed them fast and easy, because I don't know about you but in our house... Continue Reading →

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