A series about women in film, made by women in film. I know it sounds too good to be true, but it’s really happening. Or Die Trying follows the stories of four millennial women working in the Los Angeles film industry. The series has just recently started production, and it looks like the representation that women … Continue reading An Interview With The Brilliant Women Behind ‘Or Die Trying’
Hello lovelies. In this Local Ladies video, four local entrepreneurs talk about why self-care is important to them, as well as their own self-care habits. In this video: Jennifer Hunt (Owner of Bubble & Fizz), Faith Cameletti (Owner of Lamp in Hand), Bridget Fabi (Owner of Lokavore), Laila Harris (Owner of Lokavore), and Jenny Mitchell … Continue reading Local Ladies 2016: On The Importance of Self-Care
Hello, lovelies. You may remember that a few months ago, I attended a screening of Dream, Girl with The Rhyze Project and other incredible local women. We all loaded up on to a school bus and road-tripped to a different town to see the film, and it was SO worth it. Dream, Girl is a … Continue reading An Interview With Erin Bagwell, Director of Dream, Girl
Hi lovelies. Today in the Local Ladies series, I have an interview with the lovely Stephanie Lyell to share with you. Stephanie is the community manager over at Girls on Games. She is a total nerd girl treasure, so keep reading to learn more! Stephanie (on right) and I at Toronto ComiCon.K: Have you ever struggled with … Continue reading Local Ladies: Stephanie Lyell, Community Manager of Girls on Games.
Hi lovelies! This week in the Local Ladies series; I had the pleasure of interviewing Megan MacKay, a YouTuber and comedian in Toronto. You might recognize Megan from her Ray Rice Inspired Makeup Tutorial, a satirical beauty video that has over 2 million views, and rightfully so because of it’s important message about domestic abuse. I am so happy … Continue reading Interview With Megan MacKay, YouTuber and Comedian.
Happy Monday, lovelies. Welcome to another week of Local Ladies, a series featuring the amazing women in our community. This week is all about the power of vulnerability, especially as a business owner. Asking for help is hard, and so is letting people know you are vulnerable. Four local women share their experiences with vulnerability … Continue reading Local Ladies 2016: On The Power of Vulnerability
Hello lovelies. As I mentioned before, the Local Ladies is separated into four sections; turning your ideas into reality, the power of vulnerability, women supporting women, and the importance of self-care. This week we are talking about turning your ideas into reality, and taking the steps to turn your dreams into plans. Don’t forget to check out my … Continue reading Local Ladies 2016: On Turning Your Ideas Into Reality