Mindful Book Club: What We’re Reading

During a trail run in the UBC Endowment Lands, my friend Genieve and I decided to start a book club…Mindful Book Club. The goal is to fill our brains with information that could help create positive change for our environment, health and animals. We’ve been inspired … Continued

Heartbeets Run Club

Get it? Heartbeets? We’re the Vancouver run club powered by plants! More about us… We love running on the seawall and in forests, four-legged friends are always welcome and we loooove sipping on green smoothies as a group post-run. Next run: … Continued

Mindful Movie Night #17: Minimalism

The next Mindful Movie Night, featuring Minimalism, is queued up for Wednesday, May 24th at Chinatown’s Stretch Yoga. The Juice Truck and I are excited to co-host the event with Love It Or List It star Todd Talbot who has embarked on his own minimalist journey and … Continued

“What The Health” Premiere in Vancouver

  The next Mindful Movie Night is a very special one…so special, that we’ve rented out the 150-seater Cinematheque Theatre and are offering two showtimes.“What The Health” is a life-changing, eye-opening documentary. The first thing I thought after watching it was, “Everyone needs to … Continued

Mindful Movie Night 15: “Eating You Alive”

The next Mindful Movie Night is happening on Tuesday, February 28th at Chinatown’s Stretch Yoga. The Juice Truck and I are excited to team up with our friends Tamara Taggart, Kate Horsman and Genieve Burley who brought this month’s documentary of choice … Continued

Minimalist Baker Is Coming to Vancouver!!!

It’s safe to say I don’t remember ever being this excited for a cooking event… My all-time favourite cookbook author and recipe blogger, Dana Shultz aka Minimalist Baker, is coming to Vancouver!! I’m thrilled to be hosting the event with her and … Continued

Mindful Movie Night 13: The Champions

The next Mindful Movie Night is just around the corner! The Juice Truck and I are excited to feature The Champions, a documentary about dog stereotyping and how this species is so much more forgiving of ours than we could ever be … Continued