Ashley Allwood is a shop/gallery owner, creative director, mom to Kloe and yes, a new soul singer. But, she’s learned where to channel her efforts and now she’s hoping to inspire people to make conscious choices that transforms their energies and vibrations for the better.
Welcome to The Shop-Up, a design market we curated for busy moms like us who are always looking for the next best thing that’s right under our nose. We’re bringing chic…
The Love, Mom community hung out with our friends at The Detox Market in Toronto’s King St. West ‘hood just a few weeks ago (shout-out to all our mamas who made it out on wintery April night). Like our past events, there was an intimate and feel-good vibe that brought together our creative and career-loving moms for a totally stress-free night to ourselves.
Interior designer and mom of two, Jennifer Ferreira lives in an uptown apartment with spare but oh-so stylish furnishings and a mindset that’s focused on a life that celebrates the simple things and the art of downsizing.
There’s no other mama that’s going to tell you the cold, stone truth about starting your own biz than Anna-Maria, founder of mimiTENS. With persistence, passion and a few hiccups in hindsight, she’s sharing her #momboss tips to what you need to know when busting out on your own.
For Bita Doagoo, change is her only constant. She has 3 children from ages 5-months to 7-years old. She has moved 5 times within the last 7 years and she’s…
On the feeds of her lifestyle site, The Monarch Mag, Alison Goodwin was the Instagram-friendly social media star giving us a view from her life as a yoga-loving mom of two littles.…
For mom-of-two, Karen Kim, it’s her second career as a entrepreneur and founder of Binu Binu, a natural skincare company inspired by Korean bathhouses, that has her finally at a pace where she can enjoy life and motherhood.
Michelle Bilodeau has proudly pounded the pavement in the media biz. She was living in high gear to keep up with the pace. Today, she admits having a baby has inspired her to switch to a slower lane thanks to the mental and spiritual leaps she’s made since becoming a mama almost a year ago.
Eat Train Live is a healthy food delivery service, personal training and nutritional planning shop that found its legs after decades of life changes that co-owner Lonie Murdock personally experienced. Here’s the play-by-play that brought together everything she knows into the love child she launched almost 3 years ago.