For me, spiritual practices can invite an opportunity for imagination and self-reflection that is always interesting and insightful. Whether I’m reading my birth chart, pulling tarot, or doing a sun salutation, I can’t deny that I always feel connected to my best self when I lean into my inner woo.
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.
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
My favourite read of 2019 was Marianne Power’s Help Me: One Woman’s Quest to Find Out if Self-Help Really Can Change Your Life. In this nonfiction page turner, freelance writer Marianne Power recounts her "year of self-help", in which she studied and followed a different self-help book every month for a year. Without giving away … Continue reading Self-help books shouldn’t stress you out
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is coming to Toronto next year. So, three years after I initially read and wrote about the so-called eighth book in the Harry Potter series, I decided to pick it up again.