Matcha, competitiveness, Zoom exhaustion, CBC Reads, new puppies, & more!
March 2021
I Love You So Matcha

These days, coffee is fuelling my busy mornings, but now and then I like to switch it up with a fat- fuelled matcha latte. I like Ippodo Tea matcha, as it is very smooth and balanced, so you don?t need to add any sweetener. Adding a scoop of collagen peptides gives the latte extra staying power and beautifying benefits that help you glow from the inside out. To make an iced matcha latte, simply pour the blended drink over ice.

To instil competitiveness, or not?

My bean would be in his third year of city hockey. Admittedly, his grandfather and dad were super excited to enrol him in hockey from a young age, but my son also seemed to enjoy it. He saw the improvements in his skating and stick-handling, and he started to even make friends on his team (even though he's just learning French and his team is primarily French-speaking).
But he has no interest in competing.

Sassy Psychologist: All Zoomed out?Unmute your emotions

...while we can now be labeled virtual experts in virtual meetings, it is my hypothesis that too many of us are unaware of how, exactly, these online meetings are affecting our emotions, thought patterns, and general well-being. I?d like to bring to light how certain elements of online meetings can yield unfounded insecurity and negative emotions that in turn, leave us confused. 
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Canadian winner selected in IKEA soft toy drawing competition

A Canadian winner has been selected in IKEA?s annual SAGOSKATT Soft Toy Drawing Competition and her ?Sandwich Friends? design will become a real soft toy arriving in IKEA stores and online at IKEA.ca this fall.
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Canada Reads 2021 recap

That?s a wrap on the 20th edition of CBC?s Canada Reads. Once again the debates were not in front of a live studio audience due to the pandemic, however all five panelists were present.
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A professional organizer is a real job?!

YES!! Ask anyone who has worked with a professional organizer and they?ll tell you the same. A professional organizer doesn?t just ?organize? ? they give you your time, sanity and space back.
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We got a puppy - and it really is like having another baby

This weekend, we picked up our latest family addition, Toby the golden doodle, and I can't even tell you how in love we are. Truthfully, it's a lot of work. And you forget just how much work a puppy is, right? You just look at their puppy photos, when they were small enough to hold in your arms, and reminisce about how little they were, and how cute they were...

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