Whether you are an inspiring digital nomad, hoping to embrace minimalism, or just like reading my blogs (in which case you might need to find a new hobby), here are my best tips and tricks for traveling light on the go.
Earlier this month, my home was broken into and my laptop was stolen (among many other things). Obviously not an ideal situation, however it did inspire a new blog post for you. So... enjoy a little learning as a result of my hardship ;)
One of the sure signs of summer approaching is the annual Bike to Work Day in Saskatoon. In our 5th year hosting a commuter station, the strategy for this year's soiree was "same as last year but better".
So you want to build a larger Instagram following, do ya? Aside from creating great content that connects with your audience, using targeted hashtags is essential for a new audience to find your account.
Today I am 39. My last birthday of the thirties (that is until I start repeating them...). I figured I would celebrate "Shannon day" by sharing some of the life lessons I have collected in my time on this planet.
Another Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUC) has come and gone. After having incredible experiences while attending previous GCUC events in Montreal and New York, Vancouver definitely did not disappoint.
Now entering my third year of experimenting with fermentation, kombucha is the clear winner in my household. Recently I was featured in Saskatoon Home magazine talking about my love of “alien babies” and their delicious gut-healthy creations.
My name is Shannon, and I am a danceaholic.After nearly 35 years as a dancer (how did THAT happen?!), I dance because I have no other choice. While also learning to embrace stillness, my body naturally craves to be in motion.
Here we are at the dawn of a new year. A time when gyms are overflowing with well-meaning newbies. An overexcited age of diets. Of body shaming. Of scarcity. Of restrictions. And of a desire (desperation?) for change.
After an unseasonably warm and dry start to November, winter has finally arrived in Saskatchewan. This is typically the time of year when many of us retreat into the warmth of our homes and hibernate until spring. Well not this this year, my friends!
Coming to you once again from the highway as we embark on our 7-hour trek back home. I so wish I could fully convey the enormity of this weekend for my life, but I fear it would come across simply as a chronicled list of activities without the intended emotion.