April 1, 2021

Save the Children

Michelle Scrimgeour-Brown

A little while back there was a hashtag everywhere in my newsfeed. I’m sure you saw it too. It pulled on our heartstrings, imploring us to “Save the children.” Which […]

Mental Health, Wellness

March 10, 2021

Steps to climb out of the Dark Place

Michelle Scrimgeour-Brown

Last week, I was talking to my teenage daughter. Things were tough for her, and she was in a dark place. The soonest she could get in with her therapist […]


February 11, 2021

5 Ways to Be a Better Ally

Michelle Scrimgeour-Brown

So many times, people say “Wow, you’re such a great mom!” when I tell them about my daughter. While it’s a lovely compliment, that someone thinks I have done a […]

Disability, Reflections, Wellness

December 28, 2020

Surviving or Thriving in 2020

Michelle Scrimgeour-Brown

I really love looking back on a year and taking stock of all I have experienced over that time. I love to look at what I did well, and I […]


December 20, 2020

Moroccan Red Lentil Soup

Michelle Scrimgeour-Brown

My favourite latest kitchen creating is a Moroccan lentil soup. It’s so warm and comforting, I just adore it when the weather turns cold. I hope you do too! I […]


November 24, 2020

Let Go to Let Them Lead

Michelle Scrimgeour-Brown

I’ll admit it: when Layla came out, I was terrified. I was scared about how I could possibly keep her safe, knowing what the media tells me about what a […]


November 5, 2020

Transparent Love and Allyship

Michelle Scrimgeour-Brown

I remember reading a blog post a couple of years ago that someone in my newsfeed shared. The blog was written by a mom who found herself with a child […]

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