Original Article by Kaare Long published on Entrepreneur Mom Now In the world of business, the word ‘COMPETITION’ is as common as ‘budget’ or ‘bottom line’ – it is utilized frequently and toted as important for both marketing and positioning of your business. What IF I suggested a different way to approach business, one that READ MORE
I Dare You! – Step out of your Comfort Zone
By Guest Blogger: Tanuja Dabir If you are like me, you most probably don’t like to step out of your comfort zone. Trying new things can be challenging. It initiates a lot of mental chatter which is hard to ignore, right? Now, I had been thinking of doing FB Live sessions for my nutrition/ lifestyle tribe and READ MORE
Urban Digs! May 21st – Season Kickoff Party
Come on down and help us celebrate the start of the 2016 season with a BBQ at the farm. The pigs will be back and we have a new young flock of heritage chickens for you to meet. Of course the goats are always happy to have visitors and will be very happy to see you READ MORE
The Law of Attraction – Are you Friends or Foe?
Recently I was invited to take place in a 4 module workshop on The Law of Attraction with some business colleagues of mine. Initially, I was a bit distressed about the time commitment, but then something in me told me that it was worth it and that I should just commit to showing up – READ MORE
“I’m Late, I’m Late, There’s Too Much To Do!” Learning How to Ask For Help As a Single Mom
By: Carrice Wong The ‘White Rabbit’ days: The to-do-list grew longer and my shoulders tensed so high they almost reached my earlobes. I hadn’t realized I was holding my breath and that my teeth were clenched until my jaw felt bruised and I had a moment when I finally exhaled. How was I going to READ MORE
Can You Be a Good Leader If You Have a Big Ego?
Can you be an effective leader if you’re also carrying around a big ego? Or more precisely carrying around a lot of insecurities that your ego needs to feed? Let me first break down what I mean by ego so we are clear on that – Ego is something we all have. It’s a development READ MORE
Surviving the Single Parent Syndrome
By: Carrice Wong Warning: Divorce when you have children may bring you and your family years of pain, struggle and suffering. Avoid for as long as possible. BUT – if it does happen, you can survive and flourish as a single parent. There is no easy answer sometimes when you are stuck between the lesser READ MORE
How to Get Rid of Your ‘Lack Mindset’ And Enjoy the Holidays!
Guest Post by: Dana Smithers of Law of Attraction Coaching for Women Entrepreneurs With Christmas just around the corner you might be someone who is feeling overwhelmed about the holidays. Perhaps your negative fear-based thoughts keep snowballing so much so you wish the whole holiday season would just disappear and take you with it! But here’s READ MORE
Why Buying Local is Better Than Organic
A controversy in Canada has reignited debate: What’s better — buying local food, or buying imported organic? This writer says: Buy local! Here’s why. Source: Why Buying Local is Better Than Organic A controversy in Canada has reignited debate: What’s better — buying local food, or buying imported organic? This writer says: Buy local! Here’s READ MORE
Feminism and Politics United At Last
I bet you thought you’d never see those two words in a sentence together and have it mean something positive. I sure didn’t. But, today as our new Prime Minister of Canada was elected into office and his cabinet was a shocking 50% women it became the HOT TOPIC of the day on social media. READ MORE