What a rollercoaster of a week it has been. A mixed bag of anxiety, an amplified sense of self-awareness, and sheer disconnection from the normalcy of everyday life that we have now realized how much we have taken for granted. In the midst of this crisis though, never have I felt, such an intense sense … More A Pause on Life As We Know It
COVID-19 has been the talk of not just the town, but literally the entire world lately. The one thing that has stood out for me in all this chaos has been the incredible sense of global unity. Literally every person can relate to this right now, in some form, whether you know them or not. … More Social Distancing with a United Front
So this weekend in Toronto started off with Valentine’s Day and will end with Family Day. There is plenty of love to go around for sure. When it comes to Valentine’s Day – while I appreciate the meaning behind the celebration, I am of the crowd that thinks every day should be a day to … More Express Your Love When You Feel, Not When the Calendar Tells You
A warm and belated happy new year to my lovely blogger friends. We are full swing into 2020. And let’s think about that for a second: 2020 officially makes the year 2000 twenty years ago – which is kind of insane. To my fellow blogger friend Paul’s point, for us millennials, 20 years ago will … More You Must Keep Your Inner Light Shining
In just a few short hours, we will be welcoming not only a new year, but a new decade. This phrase has become quite cliched but it’s amazing how quickly time has passed. 2010 doesn’t seem all that long ago, but at the same time, when I reflect on the version of myself back then, … More 2020: The Dawn of a New Decade
Hello friends, you know, ever since I started this blog almost four years ago, I have posted monthly without missing a beat. I think that streak might be coming to an end soon and it is late November now and I’ve not published anything. Life has been busy, but I’ve also been challenged by what … More November, please slow down.
Well, there you have it. The days are slowly getting shorter, the air is getting cooler, the morning smell of blooming ragweed indicating the start of allergy season can all only mean one thing: the end of summer is officially imminent. There is always a somewhat melancholy feeling about this time of the year. It’s … More Curbing the End-of-August Blues