A Tapping Toes Week

For almost a decade now, it feels like I'm always struggling to get it together in one way or another ... relationships, jobs, money, health, home, happiness ... if I've been doing well in one area, all the others have been a disaster. There were moments in 2017 where it felt like I was pulling... Continue Reading →

Positive Manifestation

Last night I dreamed I was attending a business lunch with my old work family. It was more of a boozy lunch at one of the pubs. Nearly three hours of food, drinks, and bouncing ideas off one another. I miss those kinds of lunches sometimes. Just last week I was praising my old boss,... Continue Reading →

50 Things

One of the first steps in setting your intentions or goals for the future is to just do a brain dump by listing 50 things you want ... if money were no object, if anything was within your reach ... how would you spend your time? Where would you be? What would you being doing?... Continue Reading →

My Weekday Evening Routine

Last week I discussed how following a routine makes my life better and I shared my usual weekday morning routine. This week I am focused on my evening routine. Typically Monday through Friday I get home from work between 4:45 and about 5:15 pm. I am not going to lie, usually I am super tired... Continue Reading →

Art Party Fundraiser

This Saturday, January 20th, there is a very important fundraiser happening at Tyra's Infinity Centre in Douglastown to support a team of competitive dancers from Miramichi who have been invited to New York City for the Jump Convention. JUMP is the largest dance convention in the world and this is an incredible opportunity for competitive... Continue Reading →

The Road Less Travelled

One of the biggest decisions I ever made happened in the 1990's when I was in my early 20's. I had a really great job at an up and coming large tech start-up in Toronto that had already made its young entrepreneur owners into millionaires but would net at least some of them even more... Continue Reading →

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