Lesley Carter from Bucket List Publications http://www.bucketlistpublications.com is travelling to Alberta later this week. She recently put out a call for people to blog about their travels to this incredible province. I will do one better!
I have lived here for 13 years and had a blast last night digging up some of my favourite photos of travels with my wife and sons.
I can still remember the day that I saw the mountains for the first time as a kid. I was truly in awe of all that the Rockies had to offer.
Now as an adult, we are so lucky to have this beauty right in our own backyard (well almost, it is still a bit of a drive).
I hope you enjoy looking at our pictures as much as I did putting them together!
Happy Thanksgiving to all the Canadians in my online community (and Happy Weekend to everyone else)!
Enjoy the long weekend and the time you get to spend with family and friends.
Way down the list of things I am thankful for is the fantastic music that has come out of Canada over the years. Bryan Adams is close to the top of my list!
Here is an old classic “Run To You” from 1983!
Have a great weekend…
Sarah has a wonderful blog going here, and I encourage you to check it out. After I read this post yesterday, I found myself contemplating the message several times. Enjoy, and take a moment to really think about it. Are you doing what you really love?
Lizzy Bell changed from an unrewarding life as an accountant to her dream job as a photographer and was interviewed recently by coach and journalist Suzy Greaves (during a bike ride from Lands End to John O’Groats!).
Lizzy’s story is such a great one for anyone stuck in a rut and wondering what business to start, I wanted to blog about it. Especially following a recent survey that said being a photographer is No. 4 on the top 10 list of dream jobs.
So how did she do it?
Lizzy originally trained as an accountant and got a ‘proper job.’ “I’m not even that good at maths’ she laughs. “Like many people you end up in a career, you earn this money and you get channelled and things don’t maybe feel quite right and you just keep going and going. I got to my mid to late 30s and…
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