Instagrammers of Pemberton: for a positive tip, check out @janetouchterlony

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Janet Ouchterlony started writing for the Wellness Almanac this year, after we got to chatting at the last Wellness Gathering. Her Facebook posts are more than status updates – often stories and chock… Continue reading

Brand New Column: Imperfect Green Living for Busy Families

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When Lisa asked if I wanted to contribute a monthly `Green Living for Busy Families` article, my first reaction was oh no, no, not me. I’m a fraud. An imperfect greeny, only slightly green, and I quote:… Continue reading

The Pemberton Lions Club’s annual Show and Shine set for August 29, one month away

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Click once for love: the Pemberton Community Barn is nominated as a Great Canadian Place

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If you were at the DesLondes Barnstorm, or the Father Daughter Dance, the Barnbunrer Triple or the Farmers Markets this summer, you know that the Pemberton Downtown Community Barn is a pretty special… Continue reading

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far? Go together.

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As someone who has been on the slow-the-freak-down bandwagon for the past decade, this quote resonates. What can I say? I’m a slow learner. And still moving too fast. Process is hard. Compromise… Continue reading

Hooves in Motion: Dave Steers provides July 26th’s Photo of the Week

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I couldn’t ever imagine giving up my mountain bike, until I saw this photo by Dave Steers, of Jan Kennett and the Copper Cayuse Outfitters team (recently recognised as one of the Canadian… Continue reading

100 Days of anything starts with One

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There’s an inspiring creative project I stumbled upon, conceived by an equally inspiring artist, called the 100 Days of Making, that has planted a little seed in my “oh my, I do not… Continue reading

Feature Pemberton instagrammer: @luprints

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Did you know that there’s a little design studio in Pemberton that put the face on Ontario Parks this summer? Yeah, she’s also been featured in Dwell magazine, and a host of other… Continue reading

Mark your Tuesdays for The Museum’s Tea and Tales

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You know that set of wedding china taking up room in the back of your kitchen? or your mom’s kitchen? or your grandma’s? What I love about the Pemberton Museum’s Tea and Tales… Continue reading

Pantry staple: Apple Cider Vinegar

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I’ve been using apple cider vinegar in lieu of hair conditioner for about 2 years, albeit a little sheepishly. You know how easy it is to tar those hippy dippies who use baking… Continue reading

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