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We Stand on Guard for Thee

It’s not the first time that I have cried when I start to sing the Canadian national anthem. It doesn’t escape me that I live in a country that is free. Continue reading


Who’s on Your Team?

“…now you see me going through it, you may think there’s nothing to it, but I simply cannot do it alone.” – from the song I Can’t Do It Alone from the musical Chicago There’s something in the air about proving our worth. To our kids, to our parents, to our bosses, to our colleagues, … 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

Plan to Achieve

For Christmas, my dad bought me and each of my siblings the Heart & Stroke Foundation calendar lottery. The idea is that every day there are multiple draws to win a minimum of $25 up to $100,000 every day/month. I looked at it and I undoubtedly believe that I will win – I mean, there … Continue reading

Life Lesson #1: Follow Your Intuition

I haven’t been writing so much. It’s not because I don’t want to. Lately I just haven’t been feeling that inspired about how to inspire others. Which basically means i’ve been over-thinking it. I always have something to say, so it’s not that I have a lack of opinions on topics. I guess I have … Continue reading

Karaoke Rules

“The only thing better than singing is more singing.” – Ella Fitzgerald So I went to a karaoke birthday party last night. It was a lot of fun (if you don’t know me, I love to sing!) and I had a really good time. But it reminded me of the things that really make karaoke … 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