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Home Alone – An Introvert Dream

I took a personal vacation today and didn't tell anyone about it, not even my kids. It's a secret vacation pre-wedding treat for myself. As an Introvert, I wanted a day for myself to fill up my internal battery before the... Continue Reading →

Parenting breaks people

Honestly, if you believe parents are that happy 100% of the time then you're living in a different realm where unicorns are real. "Having a kid doubled my anxiety. The moment she popped out I was like great, now I gotta worry... Continue Reading →

Age Difference In Couples

I was listening to the radio on my way home yesterday. What was being said about Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron and felt quite annoyed that the most discussed topic wasn't politics, but their age difference? As if their personal relationship... Continue Reading →

Research Findings – Let’s Fix the Issue Instead of Continuing to Contribute

Research shows men get ahead from being disagreeable in the workplace and women don't. This result doesn't come as a surprise to many of us who are already aware of the double standards present in our place of work. “If... Continue Reading →

We are people, not disabilities

In March 2016, I hurt my knee badly. I had to use a cane to walk until November 2016, before I was able to put it aside. It was a long process and it still isn't perfect even a full... Continue Reading →

Flexible Hours – Dream or Nightmare?

One thing that I enjoy at my workplace is the lunchtime discussion. During one of these talk sessions, we began to discuss flexible hours and it turns out it isn't as clear cut as we originally thought. Inspired, I did a... Continue Reading →

Stop limiting yourself

We all have fears. It's perfectly normal. The problem is that fears block us from what we want. It's much easier to avoid these fears and stay in our comfort zones. Unfortunately, you cannot grow unless you are willing to face... Continue Reading →

Racism Multi-Cultural Individual Face

Being Métis I have experienced both privileges of my white side and faced racism due to my indigenous side, which is kind of a unique place to be. I prefer to see myself and all mixed raced people as the... Continue Reading →

Caring Eyes

Look around you, are you lucky to enough to have friends and family from all walks of life? I love my family and friends of all colours, politics, religious beliefs, ages, orientations and genders. Among them are the physically disabled,... Continue Reading →

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