I’ll admit that my memory of my early childhood years is fuzzy. One of the things that I remember quite clearly is graduating from Kindergarten and saying a poem with 2 other people. I want to learn to whistle, I’ve always wanted to; I fix my mouth to do it but, The whistle won’t come… Read more »
At the beginning of the year, I got a book recommendation from a friend and it opened my eyes in a new direction. It’s title? If You Find This Letter. This book is a memoir by Hannah Brencher about her journey to find her purpose post-graduation, and how she found it through kindness and letters… Read more »
The New Year is upon us, and 2017 has brought new diets, new exercise regimes, and new resolutions to the forefront once more. I’m a proponent of change, and I don’t believe that we need to have a new calendar to jump in, but if you are looking to pick a date off the calendar,… Read more »
It’s the time of year for college football Bowl Games, World Junior Hockey (Go CANADA Go!), and all kinds of wonderful blessings – not all sports related either! Sending you warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful Christmas season and a very happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year.
At some point, we’ve all said it. We say “I don’t have time” when we perceive that our life gets busy or when we don’t want to feel guilty about skipping something. Often that “something” that we are skipping is really something we should be doing but we are assuaging our conscious into thinking that… Read more »
We must remember. If we do not, the sacrifice of those one hundred thousand Canadian lives will be meaningless. They died for us, for their homes and families and friends, for a collection of traditions they cherished and a future they believed in; they died for Canada. The meaning of their sacrifice rests with our… Read more »
Troubles can come in life when we believe the myth that the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. We can be taken over by envy, believing that other people have the good stuff and then feeling depressed, anxious, and maybe even a little bit angry. We can be overcome by… Read more »
What a time of revelry and yummy-gooey deliciousness. Big Candy knew what it was doing when they put this important holiday right next to Halloween. Now we can have a whole cocoa bender until November comes around. Created by the National Confectioners Association, National Chocolate Day is observed annually on October 28th. As a testament… Read more »