Month: June 2018

Canada, Get Ready For Lisette L Online July 1st!

Canada, Get Ready For Lisette L Online July 1st!

If you recall, last month I was thrilled to announce I am the brand ambassador for Lisette L, AKA named “The world’s most flattering pants.”

But don’t take my word for it! You can take Oprah, Martha, Eugenie Bouchard, Venus Williams and many other’s word. 😉

When I met Lisette Limoges at a charity fashion show in Montreal, and was assigned her brand to grace the runway, it was an instant hit for me. I couldn’t understand why I felt so long and lean, stylish and yet felt SO COMFORTABLE! It sucked everything in and smoothed everything out, and in all the right ways.

Mental Health Monday

Mental Health Monday

I’ve got to be honest. I still cannot stop thinking about the deaths of entrepreneuress Kate Spade followed by the very gifted storyteller, Anthony Bourdain.

I keep asking myself, What is the bigger picture here?

I read this tweet on Twitter, “I just hate the fad vibe of all this. Depression and suicide was just as prevalent yesterday, last week and last year. Why does it always take some celebrity dying, before people really start acknowledging this stuff? Worst part is people will forget again within a week or so.”

And I answered, “I kind of feel the same. And the same goes for gun control– it takes a school shooting to shine the light, but then we forgot ’till the next one. But I am hopeful there are some good people out there fighting the good fight to create change.”

Are Post-Millennials The Loneliest Generation?

Are Post-Millennials The Loneliest Generation?

I am coming off a pretty busy few weeks. I spoke a couple of weeks ago at the I Am Her Conference, last week as the keynote speaker here in Montreal for WXN (Women’s Executive Network), and in Toronto yesterday at a health and wellness retreat for women. When I work, and especially when I am speaking to women, I forget the every day chaos that can sometimes keeps me stuck, and I stop dwelling on nonsense and bullshit. In fact, I kind of feel like Sasha Fierce… you know Beyonce’s alter ego when she takes the stage and transforms into something non-questioning, something confident, something fierce and in her own power?

Yah, that’s kind of how I feel when I work. Working keeps me out of trouble.

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