Creative Entrepreneur Tracey Arial shares about creating the seasonal life she wanted and how feeling uncomfortable can serve in our creative and personal development.
Creative entrepreneur Tracey Arial lives a seasonal life.
In the summer, she helps Montreal residents grow and buy local healthy food and purchase compost and handcrafted items through the non-profit solidarity cooperative called Coopérative Abondance Urbaine Solidaire (CAUS).
During the winter, she encourages family historians, solopreneurs and small business owners to read and produce Notable Nonfiction through books, courses and private coaching.
Keep up with her work via her blog, monthly newsletters or her weekly Unapologetically Canadian podcast. You can also purchase her books and courses or hire her to help with your projects.
If you just want to laugh at her funny Friday blog posts, that’s okay too.
Please don’t ask her to laugh quietly, tell a polite lie or make a cup of decent coffee. Those skills are beyond her.