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A Liberal Dose of Love and Healing

There’s a loving, truthful, raw energy about to permeate the space at Homeworks Etc. This past Friday, February 10th,  Jill Prescott brought her unique gifts as intuitive and energy healer to lead a focused group meditation and subsequently assist participants in deciphering messages and images that arise during the process. This was an evening of unlocking – the start or continuation of seeking one’s innermost well of knowledge. What a treat! Jill Prescott is: speaker, workshop facilitator, published author, hypnotherapist, HI coach, gifted intuitive, energy healer. And Spiritual BadAss. Her recently published story-telling guide, No More F**ing Secrets – A Conversation for Freedom, chronicles her journey from trauma to healing and opens the dialogue for change to “trauma survivors, sexual...

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Women Making a Difference in the Lives of Others

Motherhood is arguably one of the most important, challenging and rewarding responsibilities on the planet. Bringing a child into the world – loving, guiding, teaching, and shaping one’s offspring into an empathetic, conscientious, respectful, and hardworking mature being –  can surely become a mother’s legacy. And yet, some moms want to do more. They yearn to have it all. They are harvesting an idea, they boast an innate business savvy, and they possess a strong desire to bring their clever concept to life. They want to be both mother and entrepreneur. A mompreneur. Say what? According to www.themompreneur.com, a mompreneur is defined as: “a multi-tasking woman who can balance both the stresses of running a business as an entrepreneur, and...

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Creative living – an online resource

Jacqueline De’Ath loves her life. First and foremost a wife and mother, she has recently added business owner to her extensive resume. This past weekend, she launched the successful grand opening of Homeworks Etc., a unique lifestyle and DIY workshops boutique in Cloverdale. Jacqueline has fashioned a unique, warm, and welcoming space to share her passion for helping families to create their own magical rooms at home. But there’s another tag for her resume. Jacqueline serves as Editor-in-Chief  for the online lifestyle e-magazine,  Nursery and Kids Design… A Creative Lifestyle with Children. This e-mag gem serves as a resource for connecting mothers with lifestyle choices, and focuses on fashion, decor, food, and hands-on crafting projects. Jacqueline wanted to showcase a...

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Hockey Dreams

My son’s crazy obsession with hockey! Erin Fraser, Fine Arts Photographer in the Lower Mainland, specializes in creating “edgy, dark but romantic” photos. Sifting through her online portfolio (http://www.efraserphoto.com/), one does indeed perceive an undercurrent of romance…each photo pulls the viewer into the emotion of the setting. And the outdoors plays a big role as a backdrop to human expression. Along these same lines of capturing feeling in her photographs, Erin has combined her son’s obsession with hockey and her love of art and design – to fashion a room that makes Carden feel absolute joy!    Where did the idea for your son’s room transformation come from? The design concept came from my son’s crazy obsession with hockey! I...

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Grand Opening – Homeworks Etc

Come celebrate with us! Homeworks Etc, a distinctive DIY workshop boutique located just outside downtown Cloverdale, is officially open and ready to share its new location with YOU! Come join us on Saturday, January 21, between 10am and 5pm, for a peek at our unique shop! Our beautifully decorated space at Homeworks Etc envelopes you in warmth and comfort as soon as you step across the threshold. Large, custom-built cabinets display local, handmade wares, pillows adorn the window seat, and gorgeous globes hanging from the ceiling provide soft lighting. We want you to feel special! Our unique and carefully-crafted space is, at its core, a lifestyle store for home and kids. We offer a place where you can create and...

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