Tag Archives: wellness

Working It Out

Posting a little less regularly as of late as I have taken time for care giving to family members, self-development and inspiration research so that I may be able to share more here. It has been somewhat of a transformative period, taking new approaches to both professional and personal life. What I have come to […]

Love & Inspiration From the Geriatric Wing

While at the ER tonight with my elderly godparents, I couldn’t help but admire their zest for life, love (of the unspoken kind, actions not words) and principals, despite my godfather experiencing heart failure, fluid in his lungs and swelling from torso to toes. His role was ever the traditional protector and provider and he […]

How I Became a Fan of Wearble Tech

When news of wearable technology was released, such as Google Glass or Samsung Smartwatch, I wasn’t quite sure what to think of it. Partially skeptical, how practical would it be? Would it be another added distraction? However, I was also partially intrigued by the idea, would it mean empowerment of decision making with more information […]

Being Present is a Beautiful Gift

Taking the fundamentals of yoga outside the classroom, I stopped and smelled these beautiful spring blooms while on a recent weekend jaunt around the harbour. I’m glad I did. It was a nice contrast to the usual errand filled routine. Relaxed and more mindful than usual, it allowed me to realign my goals and plans […]

A Holiday Greeting | A Note of Thanks

How was your 2013? Give yourself a moment to reflect up on it. Whether it’s changes at work, with relationships or with your health and well-being, my hope is that you are able to appreciate who you are and the people and things that bring you peace, joy, love and teach you life’s lessons. On […]

This One’s for the Champions: Caring for the Caregivers

Being a caregiver is a privilege and challenge. Usually, by way of natural selection in most groups of families or friends its due to your record of relative reliability, strong emotional quotient and innate sense of responsibility. This world could not go around without the caregivers in the world and I applaud all of you […]

The 4 Week Challenge: Health & Wellness

In January I talked about reaching long term targets by setting up attainable short term goals. Using micro-goals for the month, I’ll be well on my way to reaching my longer term target of, “living my best life,” as Oprah would put it. Coincidentally with the onset of spring, April is as good as anytime […]

Short Term Milestones That Will Have you Ditching Lofty Resolutions

As mentioned in my previous post, I may not make new year’s resolutions per se, but I do understand what it’s like when faced with a lifestyle change and the challenges that come with it. Here’s a tip that helps continue the momentum once the initial excitement of starting something new wears off. Set the […]