Rebecca Brooks

Editor, Photographer, Writer

"Literature always anticipates life. It does not copy it but molds it to its purpose." ~ Oscar Wilde

Hello there,

I am an Honors graduate of the English Literature and Law and Justice programs at Laurentian University. I live and work in Ontario, Canada and am a mother to two young girls and wife to a supportive partner for over a decade. I enjoy photography and have loved the written word as far back as I can remember.

I would love to work with you and look forward to hearing about your project soon!

Kind Regards,

Content Types
Article, Website Copy, Blog Post, Candid Photography, General Photo
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Laurentian University, English Literature
Laurentian University, Law and Justice
La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011, USA|English

Published Content

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I Hit a Low After Going Even Higher (7 Ways to Get Motivated).pdf

How to keep your head in the game and get yourself motivated.
Potential and Promise of Justin Trudeau

The state of Canadian politics on the election of Justin Trudeau.

October, 23 2015
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Seven Life Lessons I Learned From My Children.pdf

We all have a hard time slowing down. Here are some tips learned from an unlikely source.
Fats- No Longer a Four Letter Word!

We have all been told that dietary fats are not healthy, however, as more and more research is showing, not all fats are bad fats. Incorporating good fats in your diet is very good for your health.

November, 1 2015
The Five Sneaky Reasons Your Weight May Be Creeping Up on You

It’s a common scenario that most of us can relate to: you are eating all the right foods and leading an active lifestyle, but after you step on the scale, somehow the number is a little higher than last week. How could that be? Well, if you’ve put on an extra pound (or two!), it may not be a result of the usual suspects.

October, 27 2015
Taming Your Household Budget

Tips and tricks to help tame your budget.

November, 6 2015
Calmly Navigating the Storm of Emotional Outbursts

If a group of average, everyday moms were asked to choose a single word to describe their parenting style, I am not sure that many, if any at all, would confidently say “calm”. The world is becoming progressively busier and as a result, tempers have become shorter. The expectations placed on mothers are now more than a single human being can live up to.

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