Forget about Wordless Wednesday, today is our last Weedless Wednesday!
Yup, pot became legal in my country this morning.
Leaving Global TV this morning, Sainte Catherine St. smelled of pot. Everyone out there just smokin' in the streets, having a jolly ol' time!
I asked my Instagram peeps this question yesterday.
Fall is officially here (insert happy AND sad emojis) — love fall fashion, don’t love that it signals the cold weather that’s around the corner in Montreal. No matter what you do in your every day life, Lisette L has fall fashion for every woman, of every size.
As you can see, Lisette L takes me from work to play.
If you aren't familiar yet with Lisette L, I want to give you a chance to win a fall fashion makeover!
Today is #WorldMentalHealthDay. Yesterday, this is what mental health and self-care looked like for me. I was finalizing my Global TV script, blogging for WomenOnTheFence and making last night's yoga playlist (hello A Star Is Born) outside at a café on a warm and sunny Montreal day. Sipping green tea (cuz we know that green tea is an antioxidant with a lot of health benefits).
Let’s not forget 1 in 4 will experience mental health struggles at one point in their lives. On World Mental Health Day, let’s talk about what keeps us well (ex: social connection, movement, restorative sleep, medication if necessary), and let’s talk (either out loud or to a loved one) when we’re not feeling so well.
Help is out there. I know, because I needed it in 2001 when I teetered on burnout.
This is that story.
Good things come in threes, so I wanted to share three opportunities for us to hug it out in the upcoming weeks. You know I'm a hugger, so let's do it.
Let's think of this as your Wordless Wednesday (so I'll keep it short). Or your Wisdom Wednesday. Or your Wake Up Wednesday.
Definition ' You Do You, Boo' Urban Dictionary: When a person wants to do something that will cause them to be judged but they do it anyway. “Joanne wants to wear her hair in pigtails but she is getting weird looks from her classmates but her friend Ella likes them and says "you do you boo.”
It’s easy to get caught up looking at other people’s gardens, or lifestyles, or followers, and compare it to yours. Your homework on this Hump Day is to do you, boo.
Do your thing, do it well, enjoy it, be crazy and wild while you do it, and stop giving a shit about what others are doing.
You do you, boo.