Tag Archives: self-improvement

The Magic Of Social Conscience

Initially published as a column in NewsKamloops on October 23, 2015.  There is something to be said about caring. It brings out the best in people, it really does. The 2015 elections proved it, and there are numbers to show for it, as 68.5 per cent of all Canadians took to the poles to exercise… Read More »

The Case of Missing Innocence – A Sequel

Last night I attended Jesse Miller‘s talk about kids and social media: the good, the bad and the ugly. As expected, ugly can get uglier with a click and Miller explained how. The topic is as heavy as it is complicated. The recurring refrain was the one that seems to be the only viable solution,… Read More »

Why Be Mindful, Starting Today

It is early morning, the house is dark and quiet and there is no better time to be aware of where I am. I pull the curtains because it snowed overnight and whiteness makes me feel safe and cozy. I open the door, breathe in the cold and look at the sleepiness around. Across the… Read More »