Lately, I’ve been trying to restore a normalcy almost forgotten – life before smartphone-ageddon. Contrary to popular belief, there was a time before social media. (sarcasm intended) This, of course, excludes those born in the Generation Z era (mid-1990’s and early 2000’s) who would think we were crazy since they were practically born with a … More Restoring a Normalcy Almost Forgotten
This weekend has certainly been a scorcher in Toronto with temperatures soaring past the 40 degree mark with humidity! Today also marks the birth of our great nation. While the imperfections will always be prevalent, let us always remember how grateful we are to be living in such a diverse, tolerant and loving nation. Let … More Canada Day – A Celebration for Peace and Harmony
This week has been a difficult one with the deaths of two notable public figures: fashion designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef and travel aficionado Anthony Bourdain. It has been reported that both succumbed to suicide. These stories are just a couple of examples of the dark and disturbing reality that surrounds us and yet … More Behind the Smile: The Dark Side of Fame and Fortune
Hello friends! Hope you’re having a lovely and peaceful start to May. Spring is finally starting to show itself more consistently, thank goodness! This week is Nursing Week in Ontario – a time of celebration for all the nurses for their hard work and outstanding dedication and committment to the health and well-being of others. I … More Happy Nursing Week – Q&A: Pediatric Nurse, Farah Warsi, on managing the daily challenges of being an ER nurse without falling apart.
Conflict is a part of life. You can never have too much lasting peace without some disruption of it along the way. It keeps everything balanced out for the most part. We all know that no matter how much you care and love someone, there will always be a time when they inadvertently hurt you … More Be Upset, But Not for Too Long