I Am a Treasure

Beautiful. When I was younger, I remember hearing that the most powerful comfort can come from a wounded healer.  Many of the women at Treasures have experienced exploitation, manipulation, self-loathing, regret, and abuse, enabling them to understand fully and empathize with those trapped in the trade who feel forgotten.  Check out the Treasures website to […]

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Life, Interrupted

It was a warm, sunny Sunday in the early spring – the kind where you feel that summer is not just a cruel myth but is on the verge of melting through the grip of winter.  I remember curling onto the couch in my living room for a sun-soaked nap, completely unaware that I was […]

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My Apologies…

My husband and I were feeling under the weather this week, hence the lack of posts! But we are back to being healthy, and will be speaking at a Spa & Awareness event put together by Trade Sensations in Toronto this weekend.  Find out more here, and be sure to register by today if you […]

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Kilimanjaro & Feathers for Freedom

I love hearing about people who do creative things to fight human trafficking.  Right now a group of women is getting prepared to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, with the purpose of raising funds and awareness to combat modern day slavery and exploitation.  As described on The Freedom Climb website: Women from across the globe will begin […]

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If New Year’s Was a Blank Page…

I love writing each year’s first journal entry on January 1st.  The new year always feels like a blank page to me, its emptiness full of possibilities and promises not yet broken.  Jay and I spent the weekend at a friend’s cottage up in beautiful, winter wonderland Ontario, and as I sat by the window […]

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