Recently, I started watching Disjointed, Netflix’s latest original series that premiered on August 25. It’s a story about a marijuana dispensary owner in Southern California named Ruth Whitefeather Feldman (played by Kathy Bates) and the trials and tribulations that come with owning a legal cannabis shop and being an advocate of its healing powers and … More Binge Watching: Yay or Nay?
As you go through the ups and downs of everyday life, do you ever find yourself paralyzed in your own head, dwelling and over-analyzing every single thing? You jump from one thought to the next and in a matter of milliseconds have played out at least a dozen different scenarios of how a certain life … More Don’t Dwell, You Might Hurt Yourself
So I initially had another post set up and ready to publish but after this evening’s events, I had to quickly shuffle things around. We all know the drill: you never appreciate certain things until it hits you in the face, right? Right. Tonight, as I was cooking, I experienced a very scary incident that … More The Dangers of Distraction
Today, I met up with a relative that I had seen in a very long time. It was really nice catching up and commiserating about the adventures of life. And you know you’re having a nice time when it takes you forever to finish a small greek salad because you can’t stop chatting! (This is … More The Power of Reconnecting
When I came across this quote recently, it really struck me because it spoke right to me. Peace truly comes in different forms for everyone – whether it be through prayer, through just being in the presence of loved ones, engaging in a particular hobby, etc. People that get you, won’t question why you are … More “What Resonates With You, May Not With Others. Don’t Disrupt Your Peace By Forcing Them to See Things Your Way.”
When I started actively blogging about two years ago, I never imagined the paths it would open for me in terms of discovering a new, refreshing way to connect with some amazing people. What made these connections so special was the fact that we made a connection through our writing. The sharing of our inner … More A Shout Out to a Special Group of Friends
I came across an article today in the paper that really warmed my heart. About 300 residents at the Baycrest Apotex Centre, a local nursing home in Toronto, were given the opportunity to celebrate their prom, decades later, because they were confined to concentration camps during the period of the Holocaust and World War 2. … More A Warm Reminder That Age Has No Boundary