Throwback Thursday
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Throwback Thursday

Voyageur, The Six String Nation Guitar Throwback Thursday – Five years ago on this very day (well the very day that Jan 22nd occurred on back in 2010) I was living at the corner of Dowling Ave and Queen St W in Parkdale, Toronto.  Only a few weeks into my first kick at the drug-recovery process, … Continue reading

Wellness Wednesday
Green Living / Mental Health / Recipes / Wellness

Wellness Wednesday

A few weeks ago, I introduced some of my wellness goals, including my mantra for recovery which is: EAT SLEEP BREATHE!  Working on the ‘eat’ component lately, I’ve been asking my friends for basic, healthy, easy and affordable recipe suggestions. Tawnya‘s suggestion was less of a recipe and more of a statement: “Breakfast for dinner? Eggs, toast, … Continue reading

Self-Care Sunday
DIY / Mental Health / Self-Care

Self-Care Sunday

For many folks, including the family I was raised in, Sundays are a traditional time of rest and reflection. I wanted to incorporate this tradition into my busy modern life by aligning my self-care and spiritual practices on Sundays.  In my ongoing struggles with mental health & recovery (post-concussion syndrome, OCD, anxiety, depression) I have learned … Continue reading

Fashion Friday
Outlaw / Style / Style, Fashion & Design

Fashion Friday

Fashion Friday: WORD ON THE STREET #WhatImWearing #WIWT #androfemme #femmepowerment What I’m rocking to perform spoken word on the Guelph Poetry Slam Grand Slam Finals Stage! LEATHER JACKET: Olga Road’s The Waldron     {pins: Zaccheus Jackson & VersesFestival} My leather jacket is a year round wardrobe staple for me.  With a layer or two underneath it is waterproof & … Continue reading

Throwback Thursday
Explore / Poetry

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday – Ten years ago on this very day (well the very day that Jan 15th occurred on back in 2005) I was in Thunder Bay performing my original spoken word poetry and accompanying piano compositions for the very first time in public! At Lakehead University’s ‘the Study’ I had a chance to feature a … Continue reading