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In praise of slow decision-making

Most of my life, I have lived in the future. When I was in junior high, I couldn’t wait to be in high school. My junior and senior years, I couldn’t wait to graduate and move on to my university years. By my early twenties, I was dying to finish school and move on to (read more…)

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Cuppa reads

Greetings from Morocco! The Internet ebbed and flowed for me this month in Africa, so when it was decent, I caught up on a bit of reading. Here are some of my favorite gems—pour your cuppa and dive right in. • I looooove that this 90-year-old woman is going back to school. How amazing is (read more…)

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#79: I felt so Canadian

In this episode I’m catching up with my friend Aimée Wimbush-Bourque of Simple Bites and the upcoming cookbook, Brown Eggs and Jam Jars. I’ve watched the progress of this little baby come to fruition, and I am so. excited. it’s finally almost here! We talk about what it’s like to create a cookbook, the beauty (read more…)

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5 ways I stay sane online

I have a love-hate relationship with the Internet. I’ve learned so much from wise people who publish online, a lot of our schooling is digital, we buy a lot of what we need via the Internet, and we keep up with friends and family through our screens as we travel. And of course, work online, (read more…)

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Cuppa reads

Well, Tsh and her family are busy traipsing around Africa this week, but they’re having a hard time finding decent internet access (or much access at all), so this weekend’s edition of Cuppa Reads is brought to you by Katie Fox, ye olde managing editor of the Art of Simple. I live in central Texas, (read more…)

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