Kristyl Clark

Columnist Kristyl Clark writes about her desire to get comfortable with feeling uncomfortable.

Valley Mom: Get comfortable with being uncomfortable

I used to decline anything sweet after a meal, claiming that my wine was my dessert

Columnist Kristyl Clark writes about her desire to get comfortable with feeling uncomfortable.
Columnist Kristyl Clark writes about the importance of blowing the whistle on mental illness.

Valley mom: I didn’t know I was suffering from anxiety and depression

It was during my eldest daughter’s Christmas concert that I had a suspicion something was wrong

Columnist Kristyl Clark writes about the importance of blowing the whistle on mental illness.

Pink Laundry: ‘It was liberating to blame the illness’

It seems like yesterday when mental illness rolled in fast and furious like an angry thundercloud

With the click of a mouse, a photo of our ‘perfect’ little family standing in front of our ‘perfect’ Christmas tree was online for all to see.

Pink Laundry: Behind the scenes of our holiday highlight reel

With the click of a mouse, a photo of our perfect little family standing in front of our perfect Christmas tree was online for all to see

With the click of a mouse, a photo of our ‘perfect’ little family standing in front of our ‘perfect’ Christmas tree was online for all to see.

Pink Laundry: Straight outta (our complex)

The kids were finally asleep, the house was quiet and Tucker was tuckered out on the sofa, furry belly in air.

Pink Laundry: Kids say the darnedest things, but also the creepiest.

Columnist Kristyl Clark returns with a few ghost stories to give you chills this Halloween

Pink Laundry: Dropping the dreaded D word

Marriage can be tough, especially when you're looking at it through the eyes of a five-year-old

Valley dad, Jason, is no longer the only male in the Clark household, now that the family — including daughters Molly, 5, left, and Zoe, 3, right — has adopted Tucker.

Pink Laundry: It’s a boy!

Floppy-eared addition takes the Clark household by storm

Valley dad, Jason, is no longer the only male in the Clark household, now that the family — including daughters Molly, 5, left, and Zoe, 3, right — has adopted Tucker.

Pink Laundry: Choosing a school was an education in itself

Years of planning ahead didn't translate to being prepared when it came time to make the big decision

Back Country Horsemen ready to rendezvous

Not-for-profit organization's Aldergrove chapter celebrates 25th year with Maple Ridge event.

Pink Laundry: Learn to love what makes you unique

Columnist’s hope for her daughters is that they will embrace the attributes that set them apart from their peers

Langley’s newest all-day pre-Kindergarten is holding a grand opening celebration on Saturday.

Grand opening to celebrate new junior Kindergarten in Langley

Mural depicting what City of Langley means to children will be unveiled as part of grand opening celebrations on April 26

Langley’s newest all-day pre-Kindergarten is holding a grand opening celebration on Saturday.
Opera singer and 2013 Langley Has Talent winner Kari Culjat is scheduled to perform during an Autism Awareness Night at Milestones restaurant on April 29. The event, which will include plenty of food, drink and entertainment is a fundraiser for the BC Autism Society and Harmony House Centre.

Milestones hosts night for autism awareness

Mitch Berger, Craig MacEwen among celebrity guests scheduled to attend

Opera singer and 2013 Langley Has Talent winner Kari Culjat is scheduled to perform during an Autism Awareness Night at Milestones restaurant on April 29. The event, which will include plenty of food, drink and entertainment is a fundraiser for the BC Autism Society and Harmony House Centre.
Aldergrove’s Alliance Concrete Pumps filled a special order, painting a concrete truck pink upon request for a customer in New York. The order was to honour Jarrad Garone’s wife Tara, a cancer survivor. The local company also presented a cheque for $10,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Pink paint pays tribute to cancer survivor’s journey

Custom paint job draws plenty of attention as concrete truck drives from Aldergrove to New York

Aldergrove’s Alliance Concrete Pumps filled a special order, painting a concrete truck pink upon request for a customer in New York. The order was to honour Jarrad Garone’s wife Tara, a cancer survivor. The local company also presented a cheque for $10,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Pink Laundry – This social butterfly’s wings have been clipped

Back in the day (not really all that long ago) I used…

Parenting is all about survival of the chillest

She's a Valley Mom blogger and Pink Laundry columnist talks about the day she 'lost it' on her unruly daughters

A photo, taken by Paul Maddison, illustrates Langley’s beauty.

Community captured on camera

An Amateur photographer is gaining recognition for his love of Langley

A photo, taken by Paul Maddison, illustrates Langley’s beauty.
Trinity Western University art student Brooke Higganbotham is among 14 women — all members of the upper-level art and design class at the university’s School of Arts, Media + Culture — who will exhibit their work this month in a gallery in Lynden, Wash. The cross-border collaboration opens with an artists’ reception on Saturday, Jan. 11 and continues until Jan. 31. Visit jansenartcenter.org for more information.

Langley artists crossing boundaries

Trinity Western University art students are exhibiting their work south of the border

Trinity Western University art student Brooke Higganbotham is among 14 women — all members of the upper-level art and design class at the university’s School of Arts, Media + Culture — who will exhibit their work this month in a gallery in Lynden, Wash. The cross-border collaboration opens with an artists’ reception on Saturday, Jan. 11 and continues until Jan. 31. Visit jansenartcenter.org for more information.
the Bin Boyz, a band made up of produce 'bin boys' from Ralph's Farm Market in Murrayville, have produced a Christmas album which is available at the market for a minimum $5 donation. The Bin Boyz will perform at the Wired Monk in Murrayville on Friday, Dec. 13.

Produce workers lay down fresh holiday jams for Food Bank

The Bin Boyz Christmas album is available now by donation at Ralph's Farm Market in Murrayville

the Bin Boyz, a band made up of produce 'bin boys' from Ralph's Farm Market in Murrayville, have produced a Christmas album which is available at the market for a minimum $5 donation. The Bin Boyz will perform at the Wired Monk in Murrayville on Friday, Dec. 13.

Pink Laundry – Season’s first snow puts meltdown into perspective

It’s easy to miss the good stuff when you’re too focused on the big stuff