There's so much to be found in the quiet when the pace is the complete opposite of my everyday.
One of the key questions I grappled with as I moved into the next phase of my journey was purpose: why am I here? Why do I do what I do?
For me, faith intersects with both life and work. Here are the key lessons I've learned along the way.
The story behind the secret petting zoo visit of Princess Charlotte and Prince George still intrigues me. The takeaway: always take a screen grab.
Parking in Vancouver is the pits. You roll up on a street, hoping you can find a spot, only to have to circle the block and settle for a spot that's *relatively* close to your destination. Thankfully, I have commercial plates on my news truck and--believe me--sometimes it really gets me out of a jam... ...and … Continue reading #ParkingWars and A Tale of Two Races: My week in pictures and video.
I take a lot of pictures. More often than not, I send them to my producer, who uses them to build graphics for the News Hour (the images that appear behind or over the anchor's shoulder when they're introducing my story). Some of these pictures also end up on social media--Twitter or Instagram. However, some … Continue reading Outlet mall madness, baby birds and feisty frogs: This week, in pictures (and videos!)
I've always been curious: always wanting to know whatever it is I don't know, see what I haven't yet seen, do what I haven't yet done. It's part of the reason why I chose the career path I have. That said, I never anticipated that desire for adventure, insatiable curiosity and love of news would … Continue reading The ups and downs of cross-country moving
My mother is my biggest fan. No matter what city I've found myself working in, she has always made sure to call the cable company and order the channel or she's tuned in online. My sisters call her 'The Alpha Fan' ... though, the more I travel and report, I'm beginning to realize Mom isn't the only … Continue reading Conversations about Race at Sunday Brunch
I've always considered myself an everyday girl with a not-so-everyday job. However, over the years, I've learned viewers don't quite see reporters the same way...
My sisters will *never* leave Toronto--much like Oprah, this is one thing I know for sure. They, like so many other Torontonians see no need to leave the big smoke...and I've given up trying to change their minds. Up until 2010, the three of us (+ Mom) all shared the same home. My sisters (one … Continue reading My other full-time job