As humans, we naturally fear certain things in life – fear is either innate or put into our heads because of our upbringing, but as I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized that fear really is a choice and has everything to do with your perception of a situation. I’ll give you what you might view as … More Conquer Your Fears By Facing Them
Last Tuesday started off as a very pleasant fall morning, with the sun shining bright and a lukewarm breeze in the air. I had some old-school tunes buzzing on the radio on my drive to work and was ready to get my day started. Then, out of the blue, I received unsettling news that threw … More October – The Month of Hope
It’s Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada! A time to congregate with family and friends and an excuse to indulge on a delicious meal. The weather has been particularly pleasant in Toronto this weekend – not too cold and not too warm – setting the perfect tone for an Autumn holiday. I wanted to take this … More Thanksgiving – A Time to Reflect
Today, I woke up to the unfortunate news of yet another tragedy – this time in Las Vegas. A gunman opened fire on a large outdoor crowd killings dozens and wounding several others. The senseless violence is simply inexplainable – I am always at a loss for words as to why these things happen. However, … More Kindness Has No Boundaries
After a rare heat wave in September, where we saw summer-like temperatures, fall made its presence known with a vengeance last night when the temperature rapidly dipped to under 10 degrees. This morning, the darkened skies also signified the onset of autumn with the cool breeze and the sun forcing its way through the morning … More Welcome, Fall
With all the ‘noise’ on the web these days, it’s no surprise that ‘mail jail’ has become a much more common occurrence. In Canada, anti-spam laws are in place to help regulate how often people get inundated with unwanted communications. Most email platforms include the mandatory opt out button, along with the option to provide … More They Unsubcribed – Now What?
Today felt like a day in mid-July with the sun shining bright and for ONCE, not a drop of rain. When I took a walk earlier, it was so refreshing to just feel the warm breeze and soak in the sun’s rays. But it was a bittersweet feeling given the day that it was. No … More September 11 – A Day of Remembrance in Many Ways