Karma has always loved the written word. As a kid she could usually be found with her face buried in a book, or writing stories about ice-skating elephants. Now that she’s (mostly) grown up, she’s been published in a variety of places, including Canadian Family, Best Health, Canadian Living and Chatelaine. She’s currently revising her second novel, and has declared 2013 the year she gets an agent – also, the year her daughter starts sleeping past 5 am.
A former Torontonian (who sought escape from the concrete jungle), Karma now lives in Oakville with her husband, daughter, and labradoodle. When not crafting copy she is typically running, hanging out with her family, making a mess in the kitchen, and checking items off her bucket list. And if she could sum up her thoughts on a life well lived, they would read like this:
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. ~Mark Twain
- Life After Lilies
- The day I died started like any other day.
It’s the last day of Adelais (Dee) Adams’ life.
- 5 ways to get a mommy time out
- Top 5 reasons to exercise that have nothing to do with how you look
- Canadian Family
- Canadian Family, November 2011 “MY DAUGHTER, MY SISTER’S UTERUS.”
- Cooking With Karma
- Chatelaine.com ‘Cooking with Karma’