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Season 4 Episode 33: Traveling to Halifax with Michelle Hunter

Welcome to Tea Toast and Trivia. Thank you for listening in. Living in the reality of Covid-19, travel has been curtailed, internationally as well as domestically.   While travel is coming back, I have found that virtual travel is possible through the alchemy of technology. Welcome to Tea Toast & Trivia – “The Virtual Journey” which […]

Season 4 Episode 32: Dan Antion Reading “Knuckleheads: Book 1 in the Dreamer’s Alliance Series”

Welcome to Tea. Toast. and Trivia. Thank you for listening in. Bookstores, libraries, and coffee shops are great places for book readings. There is something extraordinary about hearing the voice of an author reading their stories. Their voice and intonation are nuanced by the many hours of effort putting pen to paper.  They created the […]

Season 4 Episode 30: Valerie Peachey on Time and What is Next is Now

“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.”  Søren Kierkegaard Welcome to Tea Toast & Trivia!  Thank you for listening in. I am your host, Rebecca Budd, and I am looking forward to sharing this moment with you. Oxford Languages defines the word “time” as the indefinite continued progress of existence […]

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Welcome to Tea Toast & Trivia

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I’m your host, Rebecca Budd.

I am a Blogger, Photographer, Traveler.  Above all, I’m a life-long learner.

Tea, Toast & Trivia is about exploring the creative spirit within a dynamic, ever-changing global world. The pursuit of creativity is essential. It speaks to the soul of our culture and society.  It allows us to celebrate our individuality and our togetherness. We live in a world that offers unimaginable possibilities.

Rebecca

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Hello! I am a podcaster based in Vancouver, Canada.

My goal is to encourage a deep and profound awareness of our personal journeys. There is always a story to be read, an adventure to be imagined, and an idea to be understood. Our conversations and connections give meaning to the present while expressing the universal hopes and aspirations of humanity. Read more

Rebecca