Inspiration: July 22

Inspiration: July 22 >> Life In Limbo

I am (obviously) obsessed with the idea of keeping a book journal and might start doing so right away! It seems like the kind of thing I’ll be sad I didn’t start sooner but the second-best time to start is now.

When it comes to bad breakups or people you can’t seem to let go of, “the work is to be grateful.” I loved this essay.

Interrupting has become an epidemic! I know I’m guilty of it on occasion but I try to be mindful because of how terrible it feels to be interrupted. Here are some tips if you’re talking to a chronic interrupter.

My problems are my responsibility to solve – such an empowering approach. I try to think this way as much as possible, because in the end only I can make myself happy.

The Red Tent Sisters just launched a new video for one of their amazing programs, which I got to help create. I’m really proud of it and, as always, grateful to be a part of their team.

Right now I’m reading The House at the Edge of Night, which I’m loving. What are you reading this summer?


I am currently in New York! It feels amazing to be reunited with my fraaands and have some actual time off. I was sick when I arrived (boo) so I’ve been taking it easy, but I’m off to spend the day walking through my favourite spots in Manhattan, browsing bookstores and sitting in parks. I hope you have a wonderful weekend too! xo.

Inspiration: July 14

Inspiration: July 14 >> Life In Limbo

Love love love these ideas for business & creativity habits to adopt.

I wish we all had this kind of filter for casual sexism. Yes Andy!

Lazy weekends probably aren’t making you happy. Here are some ideas to improve your weekends! Love this.

This story made my heart happy.

Oprah is always and forever my favourite. Here are her thoughts on why there are no mistakes.

This comedy routine is probably not suitable for work, but I cried of laughter, especially since I’ve been dating more lately. #TooReal

I’m going to New York on Tuesday! I’m so excited, and this post came right on schedule.


This week flew by in a blink, as most weeks seem to lately. Lots of work, lots of reading (yay!), lots of preparing to take time off next week. I am really looking forward to having a little break from working (even though that’s a bit scary, as a freelancer!) and seeing one of my besties. And of course I am excited to be summering in one of my favourite places on earth. There is nothing like summer in the city. Stay tuned on Instagram, if you’re curious! I hope you have a wonderful weekend. xo.

Inspiration: July 7

Inspiration July 7 >> Life In Limbo

Never not looking for something to read. Here are a few lists that I plan to scout heavily in my quest for summer books: Washington Post + The What.

The most adorable comics illustrating a cozy relationship (heart-eyes-emoji).

I love the idea of using the 1 Second Everyday app to make a travel video! So cool. I might try this during my trip to New York coming up.

For some reason I think it’s really fun to see my Instagram colour palette. See yours here!

This Money & Happy Facebook group is one of my fave to be a part of. Such good tips and inspiring info for using your money to maximize your happiness.

Ru Paul’s Drag Race Season 8 is on Netflix, if you enjoy things that are happy and fun and mood-boosting.


Annnnd I’m back! The weeks have been going by so rapidly lately, but I was missing my blog like whoa so I’m happy to be back at it. How have you been? I am so happy that it’s been summer weather here in Toronto (finally) and have been enjoying the looooong nights by hanging out in parks with my friends, talking and drinking wine. Happy days! I hope you have a wonderful weekend too. xo.

Inspiration: June 9

Inspiration June 9 >> Life In Limbo

This is a Google Chrome extension that puts all your open tabs into one tab. Thank goodness.

They tried to make it into a meme, but guess what, Oprah is right about almost everything.

I try to run a very minimalist business – the fewer moving parts, the better! I loved these questions to ask as a minimalist business owner.

Big giant list of places to find free images! My fave is Pexels but I’ll be checking some of these out as well.

I haven’t fully explored it, but Story Trail seems like such a cool way to interact with a city. I’m going to watch the videos for New York because I’m going later this summer!

I’m so excited to begin working with With/Out Pretend, an independent publishing company here in Toronto. I had a meeting with Erin today and came away so inspired to get back to my own personal writing and creating.


The above photo was taken at a mini reunion for Nurture, the retreat I was lucky enough to be a part of in April. It was just a couple hours but I walked away so inspired by all the amazing creative women and the incredible work that they do. Spending time with them makes me want to up my game both personally and professionally! I hope you have an inspired weekend too. xo.