Since diving into the world of audiobooks a few years ago, I’ve consumed a lot of nonfiction books that have helped expand my worldview and improve my life. Below I’ve compiled a list of some of my all-time favs, many of which I’ve listened to more than once. Whether your goals this year include improving your finances, being a better activist or ally, or prioritizing your mental health, check out this list for some A+ recos.
There is something so special about film photos that I can't quite put my finger on. Film evokes a feeling of nostalgia, timelessness, and realness that I feel no smartphone camera, app or filter can quite recreate. I've been curious about and intrigued by film photography for several years, but hesitated to try my hand … Continue reading Lauzon on film
In case you missed it, the creator of Harry Potter has been on a transphobic tirade for the last little while. Since I've written quite a bit about Harry Potter on here, I thought I'd quickly address this. I'm not going to go into too much detail, there are much more detailed and well-researched resources … Continue reading J.K. Rowling is wrong
The world has changed, and so has your social feed. If you feel like your Insta could use an overhaul, look no further. Today I’m sharing my favourite creators / influencers with you to brighten up your scrolling experience. No wait! Before you go! I know, I know I said “influencers”, that terribly loaded word. … Continue reading Follow Friday – Fix your Instagram feed
One of my favourite blog posts ever is from Arielle Bair Arbushites’ old blog, The Cat Widow. A journal of grief and healing following the death of her husband. One of the most memorable posts from that collection is her reflection on the feeling of disappointment that accompanied becoming a widow at the age of … Continue reading On Disappointment