Sibling Love: “Not always eye to eye, but always heart to heart.” — Unknown

Yesterday I had some much-needed time with my siblings. It was long overdue and it felt great catching up. I know that negativity and chaos constantly surrounds us, unfortunately, but the events from the recent past just particularly made me feel really sad and just made me want to try extra harder to made sure … More Sibling Love: “Not always eye to eye, but always heart to heart.” — Unknown

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It’s Okay to Not Always Want to Keep it Together

Sometimes we get so caught up in putting on a positive front that we almost forget that we are human and that our emotions will get the best of us eventually. Just know that it’s okay to feel this way. Life was not meant to be always be peaches and cream. It’s all about finding … More It’s Okay to Not Always Want to Keep it Together

Liberate Yourself by Making Things Right

This latest ‘feel good moment’ is a perfect example of why I love to blog. I received an email the other day from a colleague telling me that one of my previous blog posts had given her inspiration to try and mend fences with a family member. Anytime I hear stories like this, it just … More Liberate Yourself by Making Things Right

Another Year, More Reasons to be Thankful

This weekend marked Thanksgiving for Canadians and another year of reflection on what we are truly thankful for. I’ve come to really value the opportunity this holiday gives us to bring family and friends together as an escape from the noise of our everyday lives and just embrace the humility of good company, conversations and … More Another Year, More Reasons to be Thankful

The Run for the Cure 2018: Another Year Closer to Winning the Fight

Yesterday marked the 27th annual CIBC Run for the Cure. The event brought over 80,000 Canadians from various parts of the country together for one special cause: the relentless fight against breast cancer. I am so proud to see that we collectively raised over $16 Million which will go towards life-saving breast cancer research, support … More The Run for the Cure 2018: Another Year Closer to Winning the Fight