My parting words to 2021.
What Happened on the Corner? is abstract short fiction that will carry a different meaning for everyone.
I share my learnings from attending the Lift Expo & Co., North America’s largest cannabis consumer trade show.
We’re constantly moving and never in one place long enough to see what happens when we’re not there. We have places to be, deadlines to meet, and people to answer to whether that be yourself or someone else; these factors become friction in our motion.
After an incredibly inspiring trip to the art gallery, I've written a brief exposé on the eccentric Andy Warhol, my favourite works, and their impact.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and today, October 13th, aka #NationalNoBra Day, I’m standing in support of those who have survived this disease and those who continue to fight it.
Photographing Aquino Tank Weekend inspires me to write about the meaning of war and why we fight.
From fiction to nonfiction, romance to science, my fall reading list has something for everyone! Also includes a peek at what I'll be reading this fall.
As a proud Canadian serving my country during one of our most controversial elections, I discuss my experiences as a poll worker.
A simple yet powerful images sparks thoughts about our privileged consumer culture.