3 Podcasts For Indigenous Learning and Listening

I’ve recently gotten really into podcasts, but I wish I could spend more time listening to them. I’m so curious about when people have time to listen to podcasts – between work, reading, Patreon subscriptions, and walking my cat (lolz), when can I listen to podcasts? The only time I listen is during my runs […]

Three BIPOC-Owned Jewelry Businesses I’m Loving

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Have you seen Schitt’s Creek? I can’t believe it has taken me this long to watch it but I am loving everything about this show, including the incredible costuming and accessories. If you can appreciate Moira’s statement necklaces and broaches, Johnny’s pocket squares and Alexis’ headbands, you may like this post. This month’s roundup of […]

Three Canadian Indigenous Owned Brands To Discover

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I recently read that natural habitats grow and thrive more when under Indigenous stewardship. This seems like such an obvious statement after writing it, but if it’s so obvious, why aren’t indigenous voices a bigger part of the conversation around sustainability?  For this month’s amplification of BIPOC voices, I’ve chosen three indigenous owned and operated […]