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Katherine Krige
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Love that I get invited to these amazing days. Here's a link to the 5th OCAA Day of Service I have been to with +CLC Tree Services Ltd. Thanks for having me along!
The 2016 Southwestern Ontario OCAA Day of Service was held at Stevenson Children's Camp and crews from 5 local tree services companies were a part of it.
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Time for Spring Cleaning of your Social Media Platforms

When was the last time you updated your social media platforms? Time for some spring cleaning!
When was the last time you updated your social media platforms? Time for some spring cleaning!
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There are some days when the writing needs to wait. My mood may not be right, my children might be sick, a client could need to speak to me; whatever it is, the actual act of sitting down to the computer is temporarily put on hold. This morning it was the…
There are some days when the writing needs to wait. My mood may not be right, my children might be sick, a client could need to speak to me; whatever it is, the actual act of sitting down to the co…
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Now you can make your own edible cutlery. Cool!
Yuka Yoneda shares her method for making cracker sporks and spoons.
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What an amazing idea - Edible cutlery!
#ecofriendly  
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poetry the world is my stage to let artistic thoughts fly on poetry day #worldpoetryday forests a breath of your air your carpeted floor on feet my forest, our world #internationaldayofforests #IntlForestDay single parents one pair of arms one set of eyes…
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Can I tempt you with some sweet (maple syrup) facts? Dive in to these delicious facts about Canada's favourite export.
#maplesyrup
Canada produces 90% of the world’s maple syrup Quebec produces 90% of Canada’s maple syrup Ontario is the second largest producer of maple syrup in Canada, producing approximately 4 mil…
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Distractions—some days are worse than others… Things Which Break my Concentration phone calls text messages emails other blogs ennui Facebook Pinterest Twitter lack of time coffee dates other commitments writer’s block Is it time you turned off the Wifi…
Distractions—some days are worse than others… Things Which Break my Concentration phone calls text messages emails other blogs ennui Facebook Pinterest Twitter lack of time coffee dates other…
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Proud to live in London, On, where we are trying to close the poverty gap.
A strategy to end local poverty, crafted by a community panel assembled by Mayor Matt Brown, was unanimously embraced by his council colleagues Monday.
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Before you plant anything this spring, think about what you can plant to... #bringbackthebees  
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Facebook is at it again. I realize that change can be good sometimes, but Facebook has a way of making changes with no notice or notification to people. And then everyone has to scramble to wrap their heads around the newest changes and learn how to…
Facebook is at it again. I realize that change can be good sometimes, but Facebook has a way of making changes with no notice or notification to people. And then everyone has to scramble to wrap th…
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Which ones are your favourites?
#childrensbooks #trees
“I am the Lorax. I speak for the trees. I speak for the trees for the trees have no tongues.” ― Dr. Seuss, The Lorax We all know that reading to children from an early age promotes literacy, but di…
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Freelance Writer, Poet, Mother of two and Survivor of Life
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I love reading and constantly have words flowing out of me. Sometimes it is poetry. Philosophy seems to seep out of many a pore as well. Often times it is what has crossed my path that day. My epiphanies happen from the forest floor to the coffee shop and the many nooks and crannies along the way. My darling children hold sway over my day, so they cross my writing path more often than naught, as you might well imagine. If you want to get to know me more, well, peruse the inner workings of my brain in the pages of my blogs. Journey on my friend!
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Freelance Writer & Social Media Consultant
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writing, editing, time management, attention to detail, research, tweeting, content curation
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    Freelance Writer, 2010 - present
    Create blog content and update social media accounts for clients. Write articles, short stories and poetry. Edit everything I come across.
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Plan to end poverty starts now
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A strategy to end local poverty, crafted by a community panel assembled by Mayor Matt Brown, was unanimously embraced by his council colleag

Tiny Stories. Big Impact.
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Inspired by an urban myth about Ernest Hemingway, I'm inviting you to write a tiny story and share it with me. I'll display my favourites (w

OCAA - Home
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What is O.C.A.A.? The goals of our association are as follows: • To promote and improve standards in commercial arboriculture • To exchange

frost touches
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I'm waiting for the day when the frost melts and sweet life unfurls, bursts magically forth from my cold, tight embrace. I'm waiting... to e

Steps
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A New Year a new day... More of the same, like days gone by? ~ hoping for more I pray. Prayers are good and fine, but actions beget more. It

Dead wood
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The ravages of the emerald ash borer have added an entirely new, and greater, dimension to the annual chore of getting private properties re

Autumn
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Autumn's tender rays whisper of summer's last days fleeting memory

Walk in my shoes for one day, Newmarket teacher asks Ontarians
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Teacher writes passionate, open letter to Ontario citizens

The Back of the Turtle
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The Back of the Turtle by Thomas King, © 2014, Harper Collins I first came across Thomas King in a Canadian Lit class in university. We read

The best place to be a woman in Ontario? London
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London is the best city in Ontario for women, a new study suggests.

Seth's Blog: Blah, blah, blah
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Writing and speaking (essays, non-fiction, copywriting, direct interactions, speeches) can be easily sorted into two groups: The expected Th

Late fees? Not likely
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Responsible borrowers have London Public Library officials rewriting a few chapters in their budget.

Today: Quickie Couplet poetry contest
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In celebration of spring and all that is beautiful, CBC Books is hosting an online poetry contest!For the Quickie Couplet

The Night Circus
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The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern; © 2011 Anchor Canada I haven't written a book review in a while, but The Night Circus, by Erin Morgens

The Bear
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The Bear, by Claire Cameron; © 2014, Doubleday Canada Shortly on the heels of finishing All the Broken Things, I was given another book that

Medicine Walk
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Medicine Walk, by Richard Wagamese, © 2014, McClelland & Stewart Should I start by saying this book wrecked me? That I bawled through the la

The Kite Runner
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The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini, © 2003, Anchor Canada In 1975, Amir is 12-years-old. He lives in an affluent neighbourhood in Kabul wit

We Need to Talk About Kevin
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We Need to Talk About Kevin; By Lionel Shriver (© 2003 Harper Collins) It's that time of year again. Yes, I am speaking about my book club.

What's Not Okay
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Oh Canada; proud, strong and free It has been a tough couple of weeks to be a Canadian. Last week, in two separate incidents, Canadian milit

With two kids under 10 years, I know that I have a lot of driving to do, whether it be to school, lessons or driving the kids to and from friends houses. I was driving an '01 Caravan that was on its last legs. I needed a new vehicle that would be reliable, plus fit in all the stuff that comes with being a family (school bags, camping gear, a group of kids). When I talked to Adam, we discussed my options and he offered me his advice without being pushy. We looked at vehicles on his lot, as well as other vehicles from partner sites. He listened to my concerns, suggested appropriate options, and made some calls. By the end of the day, all I had to do was decide what colour I wanted my new Grand Caravan to be. It was an easy and quick process, that left me and my family all happy that we got to deal with such a great sales associate. Thanks Adam!
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