Like so many working moms, Johanna Reynolds is juggling life and kids — and everything in between. When it was clear that there was a real chance to step into her role as a painter, she seized the opportunity. Here’s her journey that led to career joy.
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.
Karolina Loboda powers up The White Room, a much-loved branding and art direction studio that gives visual cred to notable local labels like Erin Tracy fine jewellery and Opelle handbags.…
Tanya Howard has been with the National Ballet of Canada for over 18 years and in the last few years, she’s consciously decided to escape the need to find balance after having her children, Lia, 8, and Benjamin, 5. Her children are gifted with seeing the world through their mom’s lens which means leaning in her own way: Bringing them on tour with her, learning from her performance highs and lows and of course, watching their mom shine on and off the stage.
Amid the hoopla of changing time zones from New Zealand to Canada with her family in tow, Anna Church has accelerated her career. Her work has made the rounds at the Affordable Art Fair in New York and Art Basel Miami and are available at galleries around the globe. She’s packed in a lot of major life leaps into a few short years and as you’ll see, she’s done it with loads of style and a willingness to embrace change.
As the owner of online gallery, The Print Atelier, Maude Arsenault has the flex time to spend with her children while exploring her creativity. She’s living a charmed life but it didn’t come easily. Read on for her inspiring story about her second act after life as a single mom.
Katy Dockrill put her career on hold until her daughter Maggie started school full-time in Grade 1, not because she wanted to, but because managing both was a big hurdle to leap. Now Maggie is 9 years old and Katy feels like every day it’s getting easier to be a mom and be creative at the same time. Here’s how she’s getting ahead with her whimsical yet chic aesthetic.