One of my favourite places is the world is being dockside at a cottage.  It allows me time to reconnect with nature, relax, and recharge.  One summer solstice I spent
As we learned in Part 1 of my ‘What happens on the road’ series, traveling ultimately provides the path to dive into yourself and see what you’re all about.  It allows
That intensely overpowering rush of emotions that surge forth when you know you’re about to do or say or hear something that you’re not completely sure you know or trust or
Sooooo it seems as though winter is still holding on here in Toronto.  And although my yellow tulips are providing a solid reminder of spring, I needed something more as
**Cultivating the art of the stink eye at the Sears Portrait Studio circa 1980   Welcomed – born into a loving family in the suburbs with a police officer father, nurse
Or what rap, sanskrit, and car shopping have in common.   I’ve always been a big fan of learning lyrics to songs.  It’s upped my game on dance floors, karaoke stages, and
This past November I had the absolute honour of being involved in a wonderful fundraiser called ‘Brushes With Cancer‘.  It was started by the inspirational Jenna Benn whom when diagnosed with
Earlier this year I attended my first official ICF (International Coaching Federation) Conference here in Toronto and met a fellow attendee en route. Naturally the conversation led to “What type of coaching do you do?” And,
When I stumbled upon Kathleen Shannon in 2012 I wasn’t in the best of moods.  I had just found out that I missed the application deadline for Brené Brown’s ‘The Daring Way‘ course
It was just one of those days. Nothing was going terribly wrong, but I just felt “off.” Work seemed unnecessarily busy as I herded myself from one meeting to the next