You read that right, the courage to be ordinary. Not the strongest, fastest, smartest, prettiest, or best. Ordinary and good enough.
OH Molly! She’s one of those dogs who everyone falls in love with the moment they meet her. She’s a Portugese Water Dog with the kindest eyes and the sweetest soul. She oozes with happiness and love, putting a smile on any stranger’s face.
They're back, and this time with a household favourite - brownies! Corbs and Becky show us how to make these delicious treats with an entertaining video and many great pointers (and chuckles) along the way. Enjoy, and we can't wait to see how you do. Remember to share with us what you're cooking or baking at home with your kids. Tag #cookingwithcorbs and #ferniefix.
Who doesn't love waffles?! This week, Becky and Corb whip up a healthy and tasty batch of waffles, that could last up to two weeks depending on your appetite! For this recipe you will need a food processor and waffle iron. Make sure to post your photos or videos and to use #cookingwithcorbs #itsgivertime #ferniefix to be entered in the Mother's Day draw for a wicked t-shirt from Giv'er Shirt Works and some cupcakes from Becky's Sweetcakes.
Chili, short for Chilcotin, is a well-known long time canine community member. She was adopted from the BCSPCA as a pup and she’s been calling Fernie home for the past 13 years. Back in the day, Chili used to start almost every morning by trotting over to her neighbours’ houses and jumping on their beds so she could sleep in with them. Mornings have never been her thing.
This is a distinctive time in all of our lives. Very few people alive today have lived through a global pandemic before now, and certainly none of the currently pregnant or newly pregnant people have. We are all navigating this together and for the very first time so we don’t know whether or not there is a “right” or “best” way to do it and if there is, what that might be.
Whether we are aware of it or not, movement is a form of medicine and staying active helps reduce stress and anxiety. Getting your heart rate up and sweating once a day releases the feel good endorphins that I’m going to go ahead and say, we could probably all use right about now.
This issue about community is the perfect time to present two challenges to the community that centre on being vulnerable and allowing ourselves to see and be seen with others.
It's week four with Cooking with Corbs and we can't wait to try this recipe out! Becky said this cake was gone within 48 hours of baking it.
In the third installement of Cooking with Corbs, Becky and Corbs decided to do something quick, easy, delicious and healthy (well, depending on your specific twist to the recipe).
There is a spot on the Old Growth Trail heading up to Island Lake Lodge where the cedars make a perfect circle. If you connect your body to the pine needles on the ground and quiet your mind you can lose yourself in the sound of a nearby creek and sight of swaying trees towering over you. It is a magical place and living proof that nature is therapy.
The wonderful cooking duo, Becky and Corbs are at it again. This time with a special Easter edition. Have you ever made Hot Cross Buns?
As much as I love all of the seasons, spring holds a special place in my heart. A time of year that signifies new growth, fresh starts and warmer days. The magical time of year when for many, spending longer durations outside becomes possible.
I had planned to write an article about trying to be greener when it comes to the products you put in and on your body, the way you consume and dispose of goods in your home, as well as examine options in health care for being a little more green. All of this has become really challenging when we are going through a pandemic.