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How to bring fandom and joy into your life with Ann Pornel

Season 1, Ep. 1

Baking and eating cake got me through the early part of our pandemic era. That’s when I started watching the Great Canadian Baking Show and fell in love with Ann Pornel. She’s one of the GCBS co-hosts, she’s a comedian, she has a killer fashion sense and she’s a BTS fan like me. What’s not to love?


In this episode, we talk about BTS, how the things we love can get us through hard times, Ann’s work philosophy, how comedy can effect change, and how we can cultivate joy in our own lives. 


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You can find Ann Pornel on Instagram @glampornel

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