Category Archives: Inspiring Woman

Inspiring Women Series: Desiree Cluff of Rock A Baby

D esiree Cluff is the founder and operator of Rockababy. Born and raised in beautiful Vancouver, B.C, and educated at Erickson College. Desiree studied Life Coaching and Neuro Linguistic Programming, an approach to Psychotherapy based on the awareness of the power of language to affect behaviour and stimulate the mind. She is valued addition to the…

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  • DesireeOctober 8, 2014 - 7:25 PM

    It was a pleasure to be a part of this series! Thank you Lesley for including me. XoReplyCancel

Inspiring Women Series: Whitney English of Day Designer®

Image by Shannon Ho Photohgraphy   I ‘met’ Whitney by clicking through Instagram profiles earlier this year and was completely inspired by her words and her profile. Then I saw she was the creator behind the Day Designer®, and if you’ve been a reader for awhile you know how much I love designing your life…

Inspiring Women Series: Natalia Chouklina of Achieve the Impossible

  T  oday’s Inspiring Women Series is a woman that has been featured on my blog before, as she is someone who has helped me with both my photography business as well as my life coaching business. She was my first and last portrait client and the life coach who helped me move through the…

Inspiring Women Series: Jennifer Wilson of VONBON

I am so excited to introduce Jennifer Wilson of VONBON to you. I fell in love with her products while pregnant last year and have since become inspired by her business mindset as well as her desire to parent intentionally. Here she shares how in 6 months she went from being overworked to living intentionally….

Inspiring Women Series: Jamie Delaine

Image Credit: Mikaela Ruth I am so excited to begin the Inspiring Women Series with my dear friend and wedding photographer, Jamie Delaine! From the moment I started reading her blog, what feels like a decade ago, I fell in love with her warmth and her heart. When I first envisioned the Inspiring Women Series…

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  • jamie delaineAugust 13, 2014 - 8:09 AM

    thank you lesley! appreciate this so much.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer WilsonAugust 19, 2014 - 4:03 PM

    I really enjoyed reading the first of many in the inspiring women’s series. What a wonderful way to celebrate and learn from one another.ReplyCancel