May 2014

May 31 2014


Right from the start when seven women danced their way into the conference room to the song "Happy" you just knew that the energy would run high for the event.  Soon everyone was on their feet, clapping and tapping their feet to the music. 

Our theme this year was Be bold. Be brave. Belong. and the speakers were selected to showcase just how as women entrepreneurs you can succeed by plunging yourself into the brave unknown and taking calculated risks.  

We also had lots of questions to ask ourselves – mainly what’s our why?   Why are we doing what we are doing?  Why would customers buy from us and not someone else?


But there was much to think about, and here are the top ten takeaways from the day. 



  1. Be willing to start where you are.  Don’t wait until you’ve got it perfect, or you may never start.
  2. Be positive.  Expect it to happen and it will.   Life is rigged in your favour.
  3. Learn to trust yourself and ask for help when you need it.
  4. Be authentic. Own who you are.
  5. The lessons aren’t in where I stand today, the lessons are where I started.
  6. Create an experience for your client – go above and beyond and do something unexpected.
  7. Be committed, not just interested.  It is the level of passion you put into your business that will make the difference.
  8. Learn to follow the nudges.  Trust your instinct.
  9. Be true to your values. Let them guide you.
  10. Become part of a community of like-minded women,   Support and respect each other.
As part of the belong segment of the day, in teams of ten, we packaged school bags for girls who are part of  Girls Inc,  a charity that encourages young girls to be bold and strong.  Each woman wrote a special message for the student who would receive her bag and we also raised $1,200 through our raffle for the charity.


All told it was a wonderful day, one that empowered us to take that bold step into our future, while helping young girls to do the same.



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May 31 2014


Right from the start when seven women danced their way into the conference room to the song "Happy" you just knew that the energy would run high for the event.  Soon everyone was on their feet, clapping and tapping their feet to the music. 

Our theme this year was Be bold. Be brave. Belong. and the speakers were selected to showcase just how as women entrepreneurs you can succeed by plunging yourself into the brave unknown and taking calculated risks.  

We also had lots of questions to ask ourselves – mainly what’s our why?   Why are we doing what we are doing?  Why would customers buy from us and not someone else?


But there was much to think about, and here are the top ten takeaways from the day. 



  1. Be willing to start where you are.  Don’t wait until you’ve got it perfect, or you may never start.
  2. Be positive.  Expect it to happen and it will.   Life is rigged in your favour.
  3. Learn to trust yourself and ask for help when you need it.
  4. Be authentic. Own who you are.
  5. The lessons aren’t in where I stand today, the lessons are where I started.
  6. Create an experience for your client – go above and beyond and do something unexpected.
  7. Be committed, not just interested.  It is the level of passion you put into your business that will make the difference.
  8. Learn to follow the nudges.  Trust your instinct.
  9. Be true to your values. Let them guide you.
  10. Become part of a community of like-minded women,   Support and respect each other.
As part of the belong segment of the day, in teams of ten, we packaged school bags for girls who are part of  Girls Inc,  a charity that encourages young girls to be bold and strong.  Each woman wrote a special message for the student who would receive her bag and we also raised $1,200 through our raffle for the charity.


All told it was a wonderful day, one that empowered us to take that bold step into our future, while helping young girls to do the same.



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May 31 2014

Hi Friends,

I would love to share with you three recent quotes that really jumped out at me. I hope you will find them equally as inspiring.

 

Food for Thought ‘Weakness,fear and hopelessness died. Strength, power and courage was born.‘  Malala Yousafzai on fighting terrorism against girls. ‘Raise your words, not voice. It is [...] more...

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May 31 2014
Religion is a sin Galen Strawson Saving God: Religion after Idolatry by Mark Johnston Surviving Death by Mark Johnston   Saving God and Surviving Death: Mark Johnston has gone for the double, and I’m tempted to think he has succeeded, on his own terms, many of … Continue reading more...

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May 31 2014
Do you know the difference between happiness and joy? Most of us don’t. We can lead ourselves to believe we aren’t happy because we don’t really understand what happiness is. We often consider happiness and joy to be one and … Continue reading more...

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May 31 2014
Tagged: art, Camino, Clif Bar, creativity, Ed Catmull, Gary Erickson, inspiration, leadership, Mariel Hemingway, Nick Nilson, Photos, Pixar, quotes, Vert Living more...

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May 30 2014

” 1 SHARING IS ABOUT MAXIMIZING the use of products, services and ideas in order to minimize...

The post Alternatives Journal How-to Guide Features Rent frock Repeat in Getting More and Wasting Less appeared first on Rent frock Repeat.

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May 30 2014

peaches 300x250 Today’s Fatty Friday ‘Peachy’ Dessert

Frozen peaches. There is a debate online about the addition of frozen peaches into smoothies and oatmeal- as well as other foods. Some argue the fresh peach is the best option because the skin contains tons of antioxidants and also lots of protein.

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May 30 2014
May 30, 2014 "Swan Lake" This perfect moment at Grenadier Pond in High Park was captured by the talented Colin Boyd Shafer. more...

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May 30 2014
Calling all moms, aunties, and grandmothers! Today's post is actually why I started blogging in the first place-- to provide a safe and inclusive community to share and learn from likeminded women all working toward the same goal - to be the best and happiest that they can be. more...

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May 30 2014
Ron Kaufman helps companies on every continent build a culture of uplifting service that delivers real business results. Making transformation his mission, Ron is one of the world’s most sought-after thought leaders and experts on achieving superior service. With a clientele of government agencies and multinational corporations including Singapore Airlines, Xerox, Nokia Siemens Networks, and... more...

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May 30 2014
By: April D. ByrdThis Girl is On fire!! Chicago Native Taylor Townsend that is. The 18 year old is seriously upsetting some of Frances top players and continuing to advance in the french open. She has become the Youngest U.S. player to make the th... more...

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May 30 2014
By: April D. ByrdThis Girl is On fire!! Chicago Native Taylor Townsend that is. The 18 year old is seriously upsetting some of Frances top players and continuing to advance in the french open. She has become the Youngest U.S. player to make the th... more...

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May 30 2014
A central banker laments the market fundamentalism that breaks community and stirs mistrust. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/30/opinion/cohen-capitalism-eating-its-children.html Roger Cohen LONDON — Guildhall at the heart of the City can be a lulling sort of place after a long day. The statuary and vaulted … Continue reading more...

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May 29 2014
Ryan Estis challenges conventional thinking on corporate culture, communication, client acquisition, brand ambassadorship and change. The former chief strategy officer for the marketing division of McCann Erickson, he helps companies, leaders, and sellers more effectively connect to their two most important audiences: employees and customers. Guiding audiences through the realities of the new economy, Estis blends... more...

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May 29 2014

A VERY SPECIAL HONEST ED’S FASHION EDITORIAL WITH RENT FROCK REPEAT POSTED ON MAY 29,...

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May 29 2014
Have you ever sat back after a summer, or after a holiday season, with regrets about how you spent the time?  I met with a client a few years ago and it was in the fall – we were discussing our different summer experiences. She was full […] more...

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May 29 2014
With the summer months upon us, and pools opening everywhere, we thought it would be a good time to talk about a very important topic – drowning. It’s something no parent wants to think about, but it can happen faster than you could ever imagine. Two summers ago I was at a pool party with(...) more...

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May 29 2014
One of the most original and influential voices in the humanitarian arena, Dr. Samantha Nutt, a medical doctor and a founder of the internationally renowned non-profit War Child, is a speaker who is constantly in demand. For over 15 years, she has been at the front lines of many of the world’s major crises, in... more...

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May 28 2014

Kale 300x225 Kale – It is an amazing green that promotes weight loss, but are you eating it?
We here at WOW! Weight Loss love kale. We tell clients to use it whenever possible. It is an awesome addition to salads or sandwiches and has plenty of other uses, too. The main question we are often asked is why people love kale so much. Does kale have so many benefits over other foods that people truly are this in love with it? Well, yes!

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May 28 2014
Award-winning filmmaker and war correspondent Tara Sutton has reported from many of the world’s most troubled places and received international acclaim for her brave, daring, and emotional documentaries. Tarais the only Canadian female journalist who was based full-time in Iraq from the start of the war, and her 2005 documentary, A War in Words: An... more...

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May 28 2014
A champion of innovation, cross-disciplinary study, and learning-by-doing, Roger Martin is the leading proponent of Integrative Thinking—a bold new approach to the business problems emerging in the global economy. The former dean of the Rotman School of Management, he now holds the Premier’s Chair in Productivity and Competitiveness, and serves as Academic Director of the... more...

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May 28 2014
Many of my clients ask me what I use for skin care and make-up as we begin to realize how many chemicals are in the favourite products that we use every day from deodorant to shampoo and this time of year; sunscreen! It’s a fabulous question and one that I continue to learn more about every day. Continue reading more...

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May 28 2014
By: April D. ByrdPOETS, AUTHORS, WRITERS, HUMANITARIANS, Everyone! Rise up and Salute!! R.I.P Dr. Angelou!! Today we will honor and always remember the legacy of Dr. Maya Angelou. As news feeds and Televisions screens blow up with the br... more...

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May 28 2014
By: April D. ByrdPOETS, AUTHORS, WRITERS, HUMANITARIANS, Everyone! Rise up and Salute!! R.I.P Dr. Angelou!! Today we will honor and always remember the legacy of Dr. Maya Angelou. As news feeds and Televisions screens blow up with the br... more...

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May 28 2014
Maya Angelou has inspired me and so many, so deeply over the years, that I would like to honor her memory on today's Wordless Wednesday. There is no better way to honor her life than to share her wisdom with all of you. more...

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May 28 2014
by Ajike Akande

A Little Bit of Truth...
The following is a brutally honest, account of my experience with depression.  It may be a hard read for some.  Please know, readers, especially family and friends, all is good over here.  Life is good.  I am okay.  Better than okay.  xo
I’m sitting in a library, far from home and my life, hoping to write something (quickly) that is worth reading for this week’s blog post.  As I opened the computer and quickly checked my email, I received an article about black women and depression from a good acquaintance.  Just reading the title, I thought why would she send this to me?  How does she know?  
A friend suggested that this week I write about something a little less funny, a little more serious.  The only not funny thing I’ve been waiting to write about is depression.  So, in the interest of being totally unfunny, here goes.
I have been living with depression since Wife and I started the journey toward a family.  Before that, I certainly felt things “extra”.  My family would agree that I have always been a deep feeler (or drama queen depending on who you ask).  And of course I went to therapy, but hey, I’m a lesbian, it’s kinda our thing.   
The anxiety and depression got really bad when I got pregnant with our first babe, Isaiah.  She grew, so did my anxiety.  My anxiety grew, so did my intense sadness.   My sadness grew, and my anxiety took over.  It grew until she was born.  She died, the anxiety died, but sadness grew and grew.  Like so many newly bereaved parents, I felt like my life was no longer worth living.  It seemed so obvious to me, and so scary to Wife.  Those days after Isaiah died, was the first time I truly wished that I were dead.  Loads of therapy got me through that period, and life went on, offering up the most amazing, wonderful gifts in the form of living children. 

Depression is a weird thing though, it goes dormant, but once you’ve been there – in that place of deep depression, I don’t think you are ever fully restored.  Before I got pregnant with The Littles, the depressive feelings would creep up and I would drag myself back to therapy and tune-up my heart.  It felt like I had run my engine into the ground, and I just needed things tuned up.  But when I got pregnant with The Littles my engine just started to completely fall apart.  The anxiety came back and I became truly obsessed with what was happening in my body.  My OB sent me to a psychiatrist.  I was medicated.  I was sent to a social worker that specialized in maternal anxiety.  I panicked.  I counted kicks.  I did everything I could to satisfy my overwhelming anxious feelings.  I sat in this weird space desperately wanting the pregnancy to end because it was too scary and desperately wanting it to continue as long as possible so I could deliver healthy babies.  My partner held me through these agonizing months and when I was just too broken, cared for and loved our children enough for the both of us.  She was terrified that she would lose me and our babies.  She was quietly strong, and quietly weakened by my sadness.  
When the The Littles arrived – screaming, we celebrated and began the ridiculously hard work of raising five under five (four under 3).  My crying was because of the hormones and sleep deprivation or because of a little guy with failure to thrive.  It would pass.  It didn’t pass.  It got worse.  So much worse.  I often called Wife sobbing from the car with crying babies in the background.  “I can’t do this.  You have to come home.  Please.”  In those days, I would nurse babies and close my eyes and imagine ways I could end my life.  It got to a point where I couldn’t even stop the thoughts, they were just in my head all the time.  Sometimes, I would pick up a happy babe and offer them a nursing because I realized that while I was holding them, I couldn’t go anywhere no matter what thoughts were running through my head.  I would share these thoughts with Wife but reassure her that it was fine, obviously I wasn’t going to actually kill myself.  I wasn’t lying, although she didn’t believe me.  I knew that my thoughts were just thoughts and not plans.  
The funny thing is, the best reason I could come up with not to end my life was that everybody would be mad at me.  They would hate me and think I was a horrible mother.  For me, that would be the worst thing – for people to think that I was a horrible mother.  Don’t worry family, I am overly focused on what people think of me, so I’ll be sticking around.  
At some point though, I stopped being so sure that my thoughts weren’t becoming plans.  I was in so much pain, the medication wasn’t working and I just didn’t trust myself.  When I shared this with Wife, my mom and a dear friend they started panicking, which in turn made me worry more.  I was looking for “Don’t worry, Ajike” and they were calling each other trying to figure out what to do.  

For a while this was a horrible secret that a few of us shared about just how depressed I was.  To the rest of the world I looked pretty good.  Let’s be honest, people have low expectations for a mother of five young children including two sets of twins!  My jokes were good, my cursing on point (F$*K can I curse!), and my kids were alive and happy and I was doing a reasonably good job as mama bear.  Behind the scenes, I cried and I yelled.  It was horrible.  Eventually I accepted the advice of my psychiatrist and increased my dose of medication and added a new medication to the mix.  I reluctantly agreed to take more help with the kids.   And I prayed for things to change.   
Right now things are pretty good.  I mean I’m on 295mg of psychiatric drugs a day, but hey, it’s not such a bitter pill to swallow considering the alternative!  Besides, the drugs thing is kind of funny.  Wife and I joke that with every little person tantrum, it’s another 10mg of the good stuff!  I suspect my psychiatrist father-in-law does not appreciate my humour, but when you’re waiting out a tantrum, it’s best to crack a few jokes.    
This post is so much longer than I had intended, much more raw and less eloquent than I would have liked, but it’s truth.  I’m suffering from, living with, and laughing through the shit-storm that is depression.  So is my family, which I hate, but we kind of have this deal, that we’ll see each other through.  

XO Ajike
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May 28 2014
by Ajike Akande

A Little Bit of Truth...
The following is a brutally honest, account of my experience with depression.  It may be a hard read for some.  Please know, readers, especially family and friends, all is good over here.  Life is good.  I am okay.  Better than okay.  xo
I’m sitting in a library, far from home and my life, hoping to write something (quickly) that is worth reading for this week’s blog post.  As I opened the computer and quickly checked my email, I received an article about black women and depression from a good acquaintance.  Just reading the title, I thought why would she send this to me?  How does she know?  
A friend suggested that this week I write about something a little less funny, a little more serious.  The only not funny thing I’ve been waiting to write about is depression.  So, in the interest of being totally unfunny, here goes.
I have been living with depression since Wife and I started the journey toward a family.  Before that, I certainly felt things “extra”.  My family would agree that I have always been a deep feeler (or drama queen depending on who you ask).  And of course I went to therapy, but hey, I’m a lesbian, it’s kinda our thing.   
The anxiety and depression got really bad when I got pregnant with our first babe, Isaiah.  She grew, so did my anxiety.  My anxiety grew, so did my intense sadness.   My sadness grew, and my anxiety took over.  It grew until she was born.  She died, the anxiety died, but sadness grew and grew.  Like so many newly bereaved parents, I felt like my life was no longer worth living.  It seemed so obvious to me, and so scary to Wife.  Those days after Isaiah died, was the first time I truly wished that I were dead.  Loads of therapy got me through that period, and life went on, offering up the most amazing, wonderful gifts in the form of living children. 

Depression is a weird thing though, it goes dormant, but once you’ve been there – in that place of deep depression, I don’t think you are ever fully restored.  Before I got pregnant with The Littles, the depressive feelings would creep up and I would drag myself back to therapy and tune-up my heart.  It felt like I had run my engine into the ground, and I just needed things tuned up.  But when I got pregnant with The Littles my engine just started to completely fall apart.  The anxiety came back and I became truly obsessed with what was happening in my body.  My OB sent me to a psychiatrist.  I was medicated.  I was sent to a social worker that specialized in maternal anxiety.  I panicked.  I counted kicks.  I did everything I could to satisfy my overwhelming anxious feelings.  I sat in this weird space desperately wanting the pregnancy to end because it was too scary and desperately wanting it to continue as long as possible so I could deliver healthy babies.  My partner held me through these agonizing months and when I was just too broken, cared for and loved our children enough for the both of us.  She was terrified that she would lose me and our babies.  She was quietly strong, and quietly weakened by my sadness.  
When the The Littles arrived – screaming, we celebrated and began the ridiculously hard work of raising five under five (four under 3).  My crying was because of the hormones and sleep deprivation or because of a little guy with failure to thrive.  It would pass.  It didn’t pass.  It got worse.  So much worse.  I often called Wife sobbing from the car with crying babies in the background.  “I can’t do this.  You have to come home.  Please.”  In those days, I would nurse babies and close my eyes and imagine ways I could end my life.  It got to a point where I couldn’t even stop the thoughts, they were just in my head all the time.  Sometimes, I would pick up a happy babe and offer them a nursing because I realized that while I was holding them, I couldn’t go anywhere no matter what thoughts were running through my head.  I would share these thoughts with Wife but reassure her that it was fine, obviously I wasn’t going to actually kill myself.  I wasn’t lying, although she didn’t believe me.  I knew that my thoughts were just thoughts and not plans.  
The funny thing is, the best reason I could come up with not to end my life was that everybody would be mad at me.  They would hate me and think I was a horrible mother.  For me, that would be the worst thing – for people to think that I was a horrible mother.  Don’t worry family, I am overly focused on what people think of me, so I’ll be sticking around.  
At some point though, I stopped being so sure that my thoughts weren’t becoming plans.  I was in so much pain, the medication wasn’t working and I just didn’t trust myself.  When I shared this with Wife, my mom and a dear friend they started panicking, which in turn made me worry more.  I was looking for “Don’t worry, Ajike” and they were calling each other trying to figure out what to do.  

For a while this was a horrible secret that a few of us shared about just how depressed I was.  To the rest of the world I looked pretty good.  Let’s be honest, people have low expectations for a mother of five young children including two sets of twins!  My jokes were good, my cursing on point (F$*K can I curse!), and my kids were alive and happy and I was doing a reasonably good job as mama bear.  Behind the scenes, I cried and I yelled.  It was horrible.  Eventually I accepted the advice of my psychiatrist and increased my dose of medication and added a new medication to the mix.  I reluctantly agreed to take more help with the kids.   And I prayed for things to change.   
Right now things are pretty good.  I mean I’m on 295mg of psychiatric drugs a day, but hey, it’s not such a bitter pill to swallow considering the alternative!  Besides, the drugs thing is kind of funny.  Wife and I joke that with every little person tantrum, it’s another 10mg of the good stuff!  I suspect my psychiatrist father-in-law does not appreciate my humour, but when you’re waiting out a tantrum, it’s best to crack a few jokes.    
This post is so much longer than I had intended, much more raw and less eloquent than I would have liked, but it’s truth.  I’m suffering from, living with, and laughing through the shit-storm that is depression.  So is my family, which I hate, but we kind of have this deal, that we’ll see each other through.  

XO Ajike
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May 28 2014

This week in our Designer Spotlight series, we interview former RfR Intern and fledgling fashion designer,...

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May 28 2014

We are back with this week’s edition of Where and Wear Wednesday, highlighting the hottest...

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May 27 2014
Lynda Barrett is the director of conferences and events at the Canadian Home Builders’ Association. In her role, Lynda is responsible for the organization of the annual conference, association meetings and events throughout the year, as well as assisting with both association and industry housing award programs. A valued Speakers’ Spotlight client, we’re thrilled to shine... more...

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May 27 2014
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May 27 2014
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May 27 2014
Jennifer Keesmaat is committed to creating places where people flourish. Having poured her coherent, comprehensive, and collaborative approach into cities throughout North America – and doing the same in her role as the Chief Planner for the City of Toronto – Jennifer speaks with passion on her belief that now is the time to engage in... more...

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May 27 2014
Shauna Ireland is a woman who radiates beauty, warmth and femininity. She runs a successful Toronto-based public relations company, Shauna Ireland PR, and somehow manages to find time to teach yoga. Though it is her personal radiance that, in my mind, is her true marker of success. With a background primarily in fashion and communication, […] more...

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May 27 2014
As I sat down to write this week’s blog post, I struggled. There is so much I wanted to say yet somehow I kept coming up with nothing to say. The one thing I did know was there was a … Continue reading more...

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May 26 2014
Boasting over 15 years of clinical experience and extensive training in the science that lies behind motivation and mental wellness, Dr. Shimi Kang–an award-winning Harvard-trained physician–shows people of all ages how to cultivate the skills we need to flourish both professionally and personally. Dr. Kang is the author of the recent book The Dolphin Way,... more...

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May 26 2014
Shauna Ireland is a woman who radiates beauty, warmth and femininity. She runs a successful Toronto-based public relations company and somehow manages to find time to teach yoga. Though it is her personal radiance that, in my mind, is her true marker of success. more...

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May 26 2014
Shauna Ireland is a woman who radiates beauty, warmth and femininity. She runs a successful Toronto-based public relations company and somehow manages to find time to teach yoga. Though it is her personal radiance that, in my mind, is her true marker of success. more...

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May 26 2014
Toronto Etsy Spring LookBook
How lovely does our Moon River Dress look on page. 20?



Join us at this year's 

We're so excited to be taking part in this great event among so many other talented vendors.

We'll be showing the new Fall/Winter' 14 collection 'Heartful' as well as some Spring surprises!
Stop by, say hello and meet our Designer Sarah Catalfo! This is a great opportunity to come and see our label in person for yourself!

The Toronto Etsy Team has put together their Spring 2014 LookBook and it's a great preview of what's to come at the Spring Marketplace, don't miss it!

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May 26 2014
Toronto Etsy Spring LookBook
How lovely does our Moon River Dress look on page. 20?



Join us at this year's 

We're so excited to be taking part in this great event among so many other talented vendors.

We'll be showing the new Fall/Winter' 14 collection 'Heartful' as well as some Spring surprises!
Stop by, say hello and meet our Designer Sarah Catalfo! This is a great opportunity to come and see our label in person for yourself!

The Toronto Etsy Team has put together their Spring 2014 LookBook and it's a great preview of what's to come at the Spring Marketplace, don't miss it!

More of what's to come at TEST's 5th Annual Spring Marketplace!

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May 26 2014
Helping leaders achieve positive, measurable change in behavior for themselves, their people, and their teams is Marshall Goldsmith’s raison d’etre. Listed by Forbes magazine as one of “Five Top Executive Coaches” and by Human Resources magazine as one of the “World’s Leading HR Consultants,” Marshall prepares customized presentations for leaders in every sector, at every... more...

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May 26 2014
  This Week’s Recipe of Choice: 2-Ingredient Banana Bread Breakfast Cookies courtesy of Ambitious Kitchen Banana and oats bake together to make easy breakfast cookies that tasty like banana bread! Ingredients 2 large bananas, mashed 2 cups gluten free oats If … Continue reading more...

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May 26 2014
  This Week’s Recipe of Choice: 2-Ingredient Banana Bread Breakfast Cookies courtesy of Ambitious Kitchen Banana and oats bake together to make easy breakfast cookies that tasty like banana bread! Ingredients 2 large bananas, mashed 2 cups gluten free oats If … Continue reading more...

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