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Making the Most of Your Staycation – 50 New Ways to Experience Your Hometown

Looking for a way to have fun this summer that doesn’t involve a lengthy road trip or expensive flight? Check out Everyday Adventures, the inspirational guide from Lonely Planet that will have you exploring your hometown with new eyes!

The Brilliant Deep – Book Review

This kaleidoscopic wonder shows us how we can help our beautiful planet stay that way.

Cringeworthy: A Theory of Awkwardness – Book Review

Cringeworthy is THE book about awkwardness you need to read!

The Oddly Specific Travel Book You Never Knew You Needed

We all have a pile of travel books in our houses to specific places – Hawaii, Mexico, Italy, etc. But this book takes it one step further and tells *you* where it thinks you should go. Based on feelings.

Shaking Things Up: 14 Young Women Who Changed the World – Book Review

In honour of International Women’s Day, here is one of my new ultimate all-time favourite books highlighting the bravery of some amazing young women.

200 Women – Book Review

200 Women Who Will Change the Way You See the World is an inspiring read sure to fire up your inner activist.

This Is How We Do It – Book Review

This Is How We Do It should be in every classroom, home, and library! So get to it!

Creative Pep Talk: Inspiration from 50 Artists – Book Review

Creative Pep Talk is an amazing compilation of gorgeous illustrations and sage advice from experts in the field of awesome.

The Best Guide Books for Oahu

If you’re planning on going to Hawaii (which you should. It’s amazing.) then you’re going to want to do some research before you fly out. Pinterest is fine and dandy, but in my opinion nothing beats a good travel book…. Continue Reading →

Bucket of Awesome – Book Review

From the woman who brought us “drops of awesome” comes a wonderful new journal designed to help us focus on filling our buckets with a positive mindset.

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