Fifty feet of brown paper unfurled with black sharpie scribbles, surrounded by candles, bear Tabitha's life story.
Surrounded in community, she makes ‘home’ an inside-job wherever she goes.
Compassionate, intuitive and deeply rooted to the meaning of legacy, Tabitha is committed to helping others put their Life to Paper.
Energy can and should be used for the benefit of all is Tabitha's motto, and storytelling gives her energy to build dreams (hers and others) upon.
Tabitha is at her brightest in a room filled with souls and sugo (tomato sauce), creating and sharing stories about life, perseverance and connection.
Proudly sober. She is best known for making sure nobody gets left behind or forgotten… ever.
Jenn believes in the power of words, music, love, and coffee; (not necessarily in that order). As a serial entrepreneur, she lives by a few rules: life is short, it’s all about the climb, say yes and figure it out later, and there are, in fact, no rules!
Jenn has spent her career helping amazing humans share their inspiring ideas, voices and brands. This has led her through a pretty badass career in niche magazine publishing, content marketing, website copywriting, live event development, and small business coaching. She is beyond grateful to have built her own empire by building the empires of others first.
Now that she’s forty-shhh years of age, Jenn and her partner, Chris, have created a life they love. They are rarely more than a few blocks from one of the Great Lakes. They live and work on a boat in Georgian Bay each summer (and from a trailer near Grand Bend in the winter), taking on only projects that make their hearts happy. For Jenn, Life to Paper Publishing does that and so much more. Connecting with Tabitha Rose and the team at Life to Paper Publishing has been like coming home again—and she can’t wait to see what this next chapter brings.
A few years ago, Katya experienced a life-threatening Crohn’s flare (a serious autoimmune condition) that drove her to start living more in alignment with her dreams; supporting creatives to actualize their dream projects.
Katya leveraged her years of experience as an english teacher and started ghostwriting and editing. She specilizes in helping dedicated but often overwhelmed creative humans streamline their processes so that they can achieve their goals faster and with more ease.
Katya later began working with my grandfather to capture his life stories. She listened to him for hours, helping him translate his Russian style of English into something everyone could understand. After he unexpectedly passed at just 77 years old, she realized how much she treasured journeying to the past with him, learning from his mistakes, and philosophizing about the nature of being human together.
Katya believes in the transformative and healing power of capturing someone’s story—whether it’s communicating to loved ones, leaving a legacy, or growing your business.
Michelle's main philosophy in life is to love, cook, eat, and write well, face fears (albeit sometimes tentatively), be kind, playful, capture the beauty of the world in words and images, never act her age, and say yes to interesting opportunities.
After spending years as an award winning Canadian and destination wedding/portrait photographer, a certified yoga instructor, an entrepreneur, a singing clown, and a bakers assistant (as well as a dozen other bizarre work experiences), she returned to her first love as a wordsmith.
Currently she's absorbed in learning everything possible about self-transformation, manifestation, and energy-work. She's also just started restoring a 1982 cutter ketch sailboat that she previously lived and travelled on for a year/5000 nautical miles without any idea what she was doing...
Zoë is a recent graduate of the University of Waterloo with a degree in art.
Zoë has always loved reading and decided to make it a career by focusing on book design. They love making covers that accurately market the book, look pretty, and cram in as much symbolism as possible.
Zoë wants to share a love of reading with the world and make books more beautiful in the process. They also enjoy listening to Broadway songs, complaining about inaccurate costuming in period dramas, and making textile art projects.