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The Time is NOW to Celebrate YOU

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Instead of being able to fully celebrate and have a party like I do every year for my birthday, I won’t have the energy, time or headspace to pull that off because I’ll be at the murder trial, holding space for justice for my son.

Since I have to come up with ways to celebrate myself even in the midst of all of this, I decided to make a video for you on how to do that no matter what else is going on in your life.

There are going to be times when you feel like a failure, like you’re not good enough or like there’s no good reason to celebrate anything about yourself.

Those are the times it’s MOST IMPORTANT to celebrate YOU.

NOW is always a good time to celebrate yourself.


Love & Blessings,

Brenda MacIntyre, Medicine Song Woman



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  1. Marlene McPherson

    Thank you for such a wonderful talk. I never quite thought about these things!

    • Brenda MacIntyre

      You’re so welcome, Marlene. Glad it helped. I hope you’re celebrating yourself right now. 🙂

    • Brenda MacIntyre

      Oh you’re so welcome, Marlene! Glad it helped.


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About Brenda MacIntyre

About Brenda MacIntyre

Known by her indigenous name Medicine Song Woman, Brenda MacIntyre has shared her evocative melodic voice and fusion of reggae, rap and indigenous hand drum healing music with appreciative audiences of 30 to 3,000 across North America. The Toronto-based Juno Award-winning singer has been featured nationally on MuchMusic, CTV, CP24, APTN and most recently, Global and the front page of the Toronto Star.

Powered by her grief from losing her son to murder in 2016, Brenda MacIntyre pours her soulful voice over a confluence of indigenous hand drum healing, soft rap and conscious roots reggae in her album “Picking Up the Pieces,” released in September 2019.

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