Filed under Random Acts of Caring and Kindness

What Story Will You Tell?

It has been an interesting week. Well, interesting is one perspective. I actually had a series of ups and downs and I focused on the downs. And I started to over think everything and analyze why everything was happening. Which caused more of focusing on the downs. Even though i’m a life coach, I still … Continue reading

Measure in Love.

“525,600 minutes. 525,000 moments so dear. 525,600 minutes. How do you measure, measure a year? In daylights? In sunsets? In midnights? In cups of coffee? In inches? In miles? In laughter? In strife? In 525,600 minutes, how do you measure a year in the life? Measure in love! Measure in love! Measure in love! Measure … Continue reading

Do or Do Not. There is No Try.

Do or Do Not. There is No Try.

“When women are empowered, everyone wins.” – Marie Forleo I wanted to do a quick post regarding an amazing movement called Half the Sky. It started as a book that has now turned into a documentary and movement to help turn oppression into opportunity for women. I watched the first two hours last night on … Continue reading

Will You Be There?

  “Everyone’s taking control of me, seems like the world’s got a role for me, i’m so confused will you show to me, you’ll be there for me and care enough to bear me?” – Michael Jackson from Will You Be There I feel like I just walked into technicolour. It’s like I had been … Continue reading

Show Me Love

Show Me Love

“Love is a many splendored thing…” – Paul Francis Webster This is from a song written in the 1950s. I first heard it in one of my favourite movies, Grease, but as I looked up it’s origins today, I learned that it was in many movies and TV shows in its time. As I took … Continue reading

Don’t Step on the Snails

“Attachment to being right creates suffering.When you have a choice to be right, or to be kind, choose kind and watch your suffering disappear.” – Wayne Dyer Every morning when I went to work in downtown Toronto, I would have to take the GO Train. During spring and fall when the sun doesn’t come up … Continue reading