Chai Chat: Being a Mom Entrepreneur

The last few weeks I’ve been feeling like my kids are growing up way too fast, and this has me analyzing all the decisions I’ve made as a mom (even though I’m painfully aware that there is no changing them…

The Weight of Grief

Most of my life I’ve been on the small/skinny side of the scale. Even after having kids my weight stayed around the comfortable space of about 120-125 pounds. (I’m 5’4″ tall, and according to Health Canada my idea weight is…

Losing Labels & Embracing Me [Pink Chai 3.0]

[A few of my favourite reads on healing from this year] This year has been about self-discovery for me. For various reasons including growing kids, marriage burnout, and work stress I’ve been forced to dig deep and really figure myself…

Hello….Is This Thing On?

Well hello there. It’s been a while. I know I’ve written a few posts here and there, but a quick scan of the blog archives tells me I haven’t really written from the heart or for the love it since…

My 40 By 40 List

Today is my 36th birthday, which means I have 4 years to finish my 40 by 40 list! A bit of a stretch, but totally doable. A few years ago I took on a 35 by 35 list before my…

Rekindling an Old Passion

When I was a little girl I dreamed about being a fashion designer, but I barely ever told anyone, because it seemed like a such a crazy notion. In fact, I’m not even sure the 10 year old girl that…

Chai Chat: On (Mothers) and Daughters

Hi Guys! I’m reviving an old series called ‘Chai Chats’ today. There are so many topics/thoughts floating around in my head as a mom/entrepreneur/woman that I want to share (and want your fabulous advice on). I thought it would be…

Why Pink Chai? A Little Backstory

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the name of my blog and my marketing company (Pink Chai Media). I’ve used the name Pink Chai for over five years now and love it just as much as I did when…

A Farm Visit With BC Blueberries

Agriculture and farming are a part of my family history going back hundreds of years. From what I’ve been told by my parents, both sides of my family have been farming in India forever. So it was only natural that…


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