A Reflective Flow in Honour of Winter Solstice

The silence and stillness of early morning enchanting in all its glory in the winter air. The crisp snow, beneath my feet, crunching as I stride forward, letting the piercing wind kiss my skin. Allowing my mind to drift, the calmness of the rising sun, melting beautiful space within my mind, a clear head, a…

Honesty.

12/21/17   Shift of season. Changes and growth, In perspectives, way of thought and way of life. Winter Solstice. Authentic, raw beauty. The real soul weeding its way through the implemented stories and strategies for survival. A code decoded. I’ve always been better with words down on paper. The mess of my mind allotting space…

Reminiscence of the Miss Indian World Contestant experience.

The days of April 25th – May 1st and those leading up were a pure whirlwind that took my world by its roots and nourished them with adoration; a whirlwind that took me to new heights and greater understanding and respect for the world around me. An unforgettable experience that consisted of adrenaline highs, altitude…

Hoop Dance Championships

Each year, the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona hosts the World Hoop Dance Championships where Indigenous hoop dancers from all over the world gather to meet, compete, inspire and represent their home communities. It was my second year attending and representing my Cree and Saulteaux roots from Mathias Colomb Cree Nation and Lake St. Martin…

3 6 5 Days Later . . .

I can't believe it's already been a whole 365 days since the start of this little creative space! I also can't believe how much it has grown and how you guys are actually enjoying the content I put out there to the point where I receive such long sweet messages from readers. I only hope…

Let’s Talk

January 28th, 2015 marked an important day. Million's of people brought down their walls and began a dialogue concerning mental health and wellness in hopes to diminish the stigma, re-direct our language choices and support one another. I decided that this would be the time to also share my story despite how anxious and afraid I…

H A P P Y 2 0 1 5

I understand that I am a little late to the game of wishing everyone a happy new year but it is better late than never! Right? I hope that all of you had a great 2014 and wishing that you all to have an even greater 2015! As for myself, during times of transition, I tend…

Travelled Northern Manitoba

I'M BACK! Hello wonderful people! I feel like I haven't written a post in a very long time & that is true so I am sorry for the lack of content & for my foolish unmotivated ways. Anyways... I have a nice adventure to fill you in on! During the week of July 27th -…

Adventure Is Just Around The Corner. Literally.

If you are anything like me, you tend to crave adventure.  This past month, I had the chance to visit the old jails on Vaughn Street here in our little city and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The old, grotesque and odd stories of past sinister villains, public hangings and other oddities that had happened there…

Canada’s top priority?

  Stephen Harper recently got back from a summit in Toronto which dealt with the importance and top priority of saving the lives of mothers, newborns and children in developing countries. I understand the importance of helping others and many individuals around the globe certainly need that help. The thing I don't understand and can't…