Do it Daily!!

I’ve been participating in Daily Challenge since the idea first came online and developed a community. I believe strongly in the power of positive thought and know from experience that thoughts really do become things if you believe in them!

I have submitted a challenge for you to sign up on www.dailychallenge.org, if you have not already, and tell me why you think Daily Challenge is a great idea?


Lets spread the word and get more people to
DO ONE GOOD DAILY!!

Entrepreneurs Unite!

My friends at BizLaunch recently asked some of their entrepreneurs to complete a short questionnaire about their own business and offer small business advice to their network. I’ve included an excerpt from my interview. You can read it in its entirety by following the links to the BizLaunch blog where you will find a collection of advice and information from Canadian small business entrepreneurs.

Tell us Your Story


1. Who are you and what business did you start?

Casie Stewart, Toronto , www.casiestewart.com

2. Why did you start your own business?

I started a publishing company and published my first book at 14, an anthology of poetry and prose. I’ve always been a writer and with the many resources available online, I thought a website & blog was a good step.

3. What has been your biggest challenge so far?

My biggest challenge is finding the time between my full time day job and the venture.

Click here to read the rest!

for my grandad ♥


i love and miss you
your spirit
will live forever
in my writing
you inspired me
and continue to
and i am thankful
for your love ♥

a little spray chalk on the sidewalk

i know what tapeminatti is now.

I spotted a photograph by Chris Wood and it was of a young gentleman spray painting Tapeminatti on a downtown sidewalk. I discovered that Tapeminatti is the place to go if you want to get your poster or message plastered all over the city.

My favorite thing that they do is sidewalk stenciling. It is done on any public property using only water-soluble spray chalk. It is most frequently done outside clubs or on busy streets in the downtown core. It’s cool because they use chalk which is water soluble and can be used on walls or over existing posters. I reckon it makes for a very cool effect and unique campaign. I envision my name plastered and painted across the whole city….

The services offered are street postering, event flyering and retail campaigns. On the website there is a variety of media including music and heaps of interesting videos and documentaries.

There is an illuminati connection in the documentaries. It is interesting because Tapeminatti prefers to keep a bit secret too.

I enjoy mystery. I like to find clues.

NOW Obama!!

Two of my best friends Tahnee & Aga grace the pages of NOW! Magazine this week. They were in Dundas Square last week celebrating the wonderful Presidential victory of Mr. Barack Obama.

The caption reads:
who: Barack Obama supporters
where: Dundas Square
when: Tuesday, November 4, 11 pm
what: Celebrating Obama’s historic victory in the U.S. presidential election.
More coverage, page 16.
Photo By Sam Javanrouh

This photo, on Tahnee’s FB is worth at least a thousand words. That’s my girl!

pinned up


The pix are from Timothy White’s book ‘Hollywood Pin-ups’. The exciting book was as released October 28, 2008 and is“an exclusive collection of never-published color photographs of today’s most beautiful stars captured in pinup style, including Gina Gershon, Kate Hudson, Susan Sarandon, Molly Sims, Vanessa Williams, and many more..”


mk & a

super hot.

@casiestewart