When you can’t do it for yourself, the universe does it for you. There are so many moments where we choose to miss the signs. We turn a blind eye to those feelings in the pit of our stomachs and that ache in our hearts. The times where we need to make a change, but… Read More The Signs
Lately, I haven’t been blogging a whole lot. It’s not due to lack of material, because lord knows I have a ton of that, but due to a combination of lack of time, and the opposite of writer’s block. I have too much to write about. So it is time to get back on track.… Read More You Deserve More
“If all your friends jumped from a bridge, would you?” I used to think this was a dumb question. If all my friends jumped from a bridge, I most definitely would not. However, I apparently thought it was intelligent to jump from a window onto gym mats. As much as I never thought I’d be… Read More Would You Jump?
On the weekend, I had the most incredible experience taking my reiki level one with Sarah Knight in Kingston, Ontario. It was a weekend of peace, love, meditation, closing chapters, and opening new doors. No words can fully explain how great it truly was. As we got ready to depart on Sunday, Sarah informed us that we… Read More No Alcohol? No Problem
You know what is awesome? When something good or someone great shows up in the most unusual of places. When something happens completely unexpectedly and turns out to be something really great. Have you ever experienced those moments? How about that time you pulled up to the window at Tim Hortons and the car in… Read More Most Unusual Of Places
For anyone who knows me, they would know that title is a double entendre… However, today I am talking about technology. I find it interesting that there are two types of people during the holidays – those who “attach” and those who “detach” from technology. There are the SnapChat users who film themselves or the Instagrammers… Read More Unattached For The Holidays
It’s funny how things happen in our lives at the exact time we need them to happen, even if it takes us years to realize it. Just over four years ago, I was standing in the middle of my great Uncle’s cottage and I noticed a small piece of metal on an old fireplace. Imprinted… Read More Change Is a Good Thing
Have you ever noticed when the song “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” comes on at any party or establishment where dancing is occurring that every gal hangs off the person they are closest to? We cling to our besties and point to the people in our group that are there for us during the good… Read More Ain’t No Mountain High Enough