Vegan-iversay

On January 30th I celebrated one full year of eating a plant-based diet and about six months of being vegan. I say that because in the beginning it was just about weight loss and health for me, I hadn’t made the connection to the animals. I wasn’t consciously […]

Writing Prompts #3

An opening line … 20 minutes … no self-editing … 3 … 2 … 1 … Write! They say Old Weezie’s been reading palms out of her run-down shack for a hundred years or more. Though she doesn’t look so old. I’ve been visiting her shack ever since […]

My Weekday Evening Routine

Last week I discussed how following a routine makes my life better and I shared my usual weekday morning routine. This week I am focused on my evening routine. Typically Monday through Friday I get home from work between 4:45 and about 5:15 pm. I am not going […]

Art Party Fundraiser

This Saturday, January 20th, there is a very important fundraiser happening at Tyra’s Infinity Centre in Douglastown to support a team of competitive dancers from Miramichi who have been invited to New York City for the Jump Convention. JUMP is the largest dance convention in the world and […]

Writing Prompts #2

An opening line, 20 minutes, no self-editing … let’s do this! My husband disappeared on August 28, 1998. One minute he was there, beside me browsing the stalls in the busy Farmers’ Market, and the next he wasn’t. At first I thought he must have just popped into […]

The Road Less Travelled

One of the biggest decisions I ever made happened in the 1990’s when I was in my early 20’s. I had a really great job at an up and coming large tech start-up in Toronto that had already made its young entrepreneur owners into millionaires but would net […]

New on Netflix: Rotten

There’s a new documentary series on Netflix called “Rotten” that I started watching this week. I have only watched the first episode so far, but it was very interesting and I will definitely continue to watch more. The series is dedicated to investigating corporate corruption in the food […]

My Weekday Morning Routine

One thing I have learned about myself is that I am happier, more productive and efficient, and just function better in general when I have a routine that I follow. I think I spent about half of my adult life coming to this realisation, that I not only […]

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Precise, Skilled & Reliable

Kellie Underhill’s editing skills are precise, skilled, and reliable. Along with her impressive writing skills, she was and continues to be, instrumental in the success of Words on Water, Miramichi, a reading and workshop group dedicated to promoting the books and works of local and national writers. We’ve worked well together in our projects. I am happy her great creative energy is moving in a new direction.

Judy Bowman
President, Words on Water (WoW)
Past President, Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick (WFNB)

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