• Here’s To 2019 And Following Nudges

    January 5, 2019 Kate

    A new year but little has changed—still enjoying my golden hour walks around Leslieville. It’s funny, I was walking along Queen St and about to turn around when I felt this little tug to keep going. Looking ahead the next couple of blocks didn’t look particularly exciting, they honestly looked pretty bleak, so I was standing…

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  • Build It Make It You’re It

    December 13, 2018 Kate

      Makers make things happen. We build the thing. We do the thing. We show up. The outcome doesn’t really matter. Only the process does, because that’s the bit we can control.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Creativity is a posture. It’s an approach to your work and a way of seeing the world. It’s making a way when…

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  • VIDEO: 15 Second Glossier Unboxing

    December 12, 2018 Kate

      When your Glossier order arrives and an ASMR inspired video feels like the only reasonable way to document the occasion… ☺️

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  • To Love Where You Live, What A Gift

    December 11, 2018 Kate

    If it’s not clear from the tag (Love Letter to the East End) I really, really love where I live. I go for walks through my neighbourhood nearly every day, and every day I find some new giver of joy. Some unexplored corner, some unseen detail, some inexplicable goodness. ❤️

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  • A Walk to The Distillery District

    December 11, 2018 Kate

    Photos from a walk down and around the Distillery District at the end of November. While couples were taking selfies in front of the entrance to the Christmas Market, I was squatting on the sidewalk across the street taking pictures of crumbling bricks. I mean, that’s really all you need to know about me as a…

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  • Where Stollerys Once Stood

    December 11, 2018 Kate

    These pictures were taken on November 17th. I hadn’t been to Yonge and Bloor since the summer, and I can’t believe the changes we’ve seen to that intersection over the past 4 years. Namely, I still can’t believe the Stollerys building was taken down. Toronto’s architectural heritage preservation leaves a lot to be desired. I don’t…

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  • Another Winning Window Display in Leslieville

    December 10, 2018 Kate

    Well, that window display’s a little haunting, isn’t it? My apologies. These photos are from a walk around Leslieville back in early November. I got behind on my editing/uploading (again, I know!). I had a concussion in October, and since then I’m been slowly increasing my screen usage. It’s only been in the last week…

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  • Finding Your Productivity Domino

    October 27, 2018 Kate

    This whole… being a better human thing is hard. We’ve all got a laundry list of things we know make us feel like healthy, fulfilled, productive members of this dumpster fire of a society. The problem, of course, is that the things that make us feel better in the long term are a pain in…

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  • Sunday in the Beaches

    October 20, 2018 Kate

    A craving for gluten-free donuts from Tori’s Bakeshop prompted a quick drive out to the Beaches. Here’s a few bits that caught my eye :)

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  • Last Day of our Scandinavian Mother Daughter Trip

    October 18, 2018 Kate

    Our last day in Copenhagen and the last day of our trip. And wow, what a trip it was. Thanks to my Mumma (the ravishing subject of that impromptu photo shoot) for an incredible experience. I’m so thankful we could do this together—that we both wanted to and were able to. I’ll always cherish it <3

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