• Being a Mirror

    The word “enabling” gets a bad rap. Long associated with a dysfunctional relationship dynamic, the popular meaning for this term is unhealthy behaviour that allows for the continuation of an addiction. Probably the most common

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  • Unconditional Gratitude

    This week, a good friend of mine is writing a eulogy for her beloved grandmother. She will deliver it to a packed church in a small town in Alberta this weekend. My friend is a

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  • Using Our Gifts For Good

      Recently, I heard singer-songwriter Glen Hansard (The Swell Season, Once) being interviewed on CBC. He said a lot of amazing things, but one line in particular had me running for a pen and paper.

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  • Morning Goodness

    You might be able to tell from some of my blog content that I am a morning person. It hasn’t always been this way. As teenagers, my sister and I would sleep in until 11

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  • Heart and Voice

    That’s what this adventure is. The merging of my heart and my voice. I am saying yes to being awake, being in love with life, and sharing all of it. I am saying yes to

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