Define your extraordinary

December is a magical time of the year. It's a time for love, family and for many of us it's a time to review the past year or our lives as a whole and make plans or adjustments for the new year. Many of us start asking ourselves questions such as: What do you want... Continue Reading →


Drunk Driving

The holidays is upon us and parties have already begun. 2 out of 3 people will be involved in a drunk-driving accident in their lifetime, according to MADD. That's ridiculous. Taking the wheel after using drugs or alcohol is not an option. Instead, make the informed choice of being driven by a designated driver, a... Continue Reading →

How to reclaim the holidays

The arrival of snow is for many a sign that the holidays and the winter holidays are approaching. Happy holidays doesn't depend on how much money you spend. It's about the people you are sharing it with and the memories you are creating along the way. Shared experiences with our loved ones are the most valuable.... Continue Reading →

Be generous

It is the season of giving and being charitable is in, but did you know that if you have a bad day, brightening someone else day might help you feel better? Tiny moments of kindness can have big effects. Look around your. Is there someone in your life is having a difficult time and could use... Continue Reading →

You deserve to be happy

To change and move towards better, there is no point in waiting for one's turn, nor seeing a shooting star go by to make a wish. There is no better time to find happiness that right now in the present. Surround yourself with the positive people Attitudes are contagious. If someone’s smiling at you, you’ll... Continue Reading →

Think you are safe from poverty? Think again!

Poverty can happen to anyone at any age. It's difficult and humiliating. Yet, it shouldn't be since the majority have, are or will experience it. 71% of Quebec residents are in debt, according to a recent survey conducted for BDO Canada, a professional financial services firm. I'm not surprised by this, probably because I am... Continue Reading →

So you’ve made a mistake…

My anxiety makes it that I obsess over small mistakes that have little impact on the big picture. It makes me feel that any mistake would undermine my entire self-worth. Instead of feeling down and bashing on myself, I started fighting my anxiety with a more productive approach to mistakes. I ask myself: How will... Continue Reading →

Practicing gratitude help you build your resilience

One of the single most effective practices for resilience is keeping a journal of gratitude. Most guides will tell you to notice 3 good things every day and reflect on them.If that is too difficult, start with 1 good thing. There is no harm in starting slowly. It will get easier. Cultivating gratitude improves our... Continue Reading →

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