Thanks to modern technology, I could livestream from my home office in Ottawa across multiple countries in real time, facilitate chat with attendees and live Tweet, while Nana looked after my two kids at home.
Mother Nature threw us a curveball the day before but definitely delivered a wonderful pre Summer Solstice celebration.
Since birth, throughout the infant, toddler and now school age stage, I’ve been nurturing an appreciation for small business, good coffee, the arts and impromptu on street performances in both our first home (London, England) and our current home (Ottawa, Canada).
This is where I’m pretending I am spending most of my sunny days when I close my eyes: On a beach, with nowhere to be and hair that stays in a bun.
Less than one month after sharing my podcast workflow on this blog and my social media, I’m now presenting it as an online webinar and workshop. This my friends, is the beauty of sharing your work, showing up and trusting in the timing of things.
Pleasure over pressure: In the words of Rebecca Campbell, this is how I’ve been feeling over the past year and a half.
The five-day 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. work week hasn’t been designed to uplift everyone. That’s why it needs to be reinvented and I refuse to squeeze my life into it. I value flexibility and so do many other people, parents or not.
I don’t often tend to tally things but over the years, when I’ve felt like I was floating around and not making much traction, I have found it helpful to pause, reflect and note what I’ve done or what’s different over a quarter, six months, year or more. This article will give you a bit of insight into why I’m creating a podcast, my basic workflow and the tools I use.
Signs, signs, everywhere a sign! We won’t be able to travel to Australia any time soon, but our passports will always be kept up to date to revisit our first home together.