Category Archives: Lifestyle

Be the Author of your own (Great) Story

“All I need is a really great story” I remember exactly where I was when I uttered these words. It was 1999 and I was pursuing my Ph.D. in sport & exercise psychology at the University of Saskatchewan. I was … Continue reading

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“With a Little Help From My Friends”

In thinking about what to post tonight, the Beatles tune “With a Little Help From My Friends” has been in my head all day.  This post is dedicated to you — the people who are in my life. It’s May … Continue reading

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Workout to Conquer Cancer

May 2017. It has been 5 years since my Father passed away from cancer.  To mark the occasion, I am doing something that is deeply important to me — SERVICE.  I am raising money for Cancer research in British Columbia … Continue reading

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Introductions

I believe that excellence is learned.  It is not a destination, but rather, a journey.  It is simply, a way of being.  I strive to be the best version of myself in my personal and professional lives through the practice … Continue reading

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In Search of Balance

In today’s rush we all think too much – seek too much – want too much – and forget about the joy of just being.   Eckhart Tolle Accepting that I can’t do everything that I want to do, at the … Continue reading

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Setting Priorities during Busy Times

If you have been following this blog (oh no!) you have notice that I’ve been absent again. This wasn’t intentional. I really love writing this blog. Like so many of the other bloggers out there this is a personal space … Continue reading

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