600sqft and a Baby in Vancouver Magazine (Updated)
Recently I had the pleasure of speaking with Allison Cross for an article in Vancouver Magazine about how families are living in Vancouver despite unattainable real estate prices. What I assumed would be a small quote in a larger article ended up on the cover of the magazine. I'm grateful to be a part of a positive perspective on living in Vancouver. It's not always easy living in this city but we make choices everyday to stay here. And these are choices we are proud of. Mainly our choices to live smaller, with less material things and focus on our time and experiences together (as I write this I laugh a little, because with a 2 month old and 3 year old I am not getting a moment alone lately and could REALLY use one [more everyday moments on Instagram @600sqftandababy]. But, despite this crazy season of motherhood, I remained un-swayed in our efforts to live thoughtfully with less).
Thanks again to journalist Allison Cross, Art Director Paul Roefels and Vancouver Magazine for the feature. Also beaming that they chose to use photos from our friends of Blue Window Creative.
UPDATE: Here's a link to the article online (HERE)