When I was a kid, no one that I knew ran for health, no parent went to the gym, and there were certainly no yoga classes. Add to that, people were allowed to smoke inside!
Recently, a friend of mine completed an arduous two-year Masters degree, made even more difficult by the fact that for a huge chunk of it, her partner needed to work out of province. My friend,
Recently, a friend and I had a great idea. Both of us had projects, close to our hearts, that had been on the back burner for a while. We were feeling stymied in our
Recently a dear friend, who also happens to be a cloistered nun, wrote me this: “Live the love, not the problem.” This was after a particularly heavy rain in New Brunswick, which caused a terrible
One of my favourite things to write about these days is that crazy-ass “inner critic” voice that lives inside our heads. You know, the one that says you’re not “enough” of anything? You’re not smart
“Don’t Just Do Something. Sit There.” — Sylvia Boorstein The Art of Stillness by Pico Iyer is the second of the new TED books. This beautiful series of essays, written by an esteemed travel writer, is
How many times a day do you stop yourself from doing or saying something because you’re afraid of what someone else will think? If you actually take this question seriously and start noticing, I would
For as long as I can remember I have had dreams of running. Not just out for a jog in my slumber. No, this is swift, sure-footed sprinting, my bare feet barely touching the