It’s Canadian Thanksgiving today. It’s a holiday that is not based on religion, so virtually all immigrants to Canada adopt it and make it a family event in their unique way. I grew up in a busy, active, crazy, loud Greek family. Lots of yelling, fighting, laughing, playing, teasing. At times when I hated themRead More..
I just got in from a dear friend’s beautiful wedding. Everything about the wedding was perfect, including the sunny 27 degrees on October 9th, in Toronto. The only thing not perfect was what was going on south of my ankles: pain and blisters. I was happy to have lost enough weight to fit into aRead More..
I have a huge library. Most of it is in storage until I move into a bigger place, but three overflowing bookcases currently line my bedroom wall. Most of my books are non-fiction: reference books on energy healing, energy psychology, spirituality, essential oils, nutrition, nature, philosophy, marketing, writing, cooking, music and theatre. The last timeRead More..
It’s Day 15 of my 100 Days on a Life Improvement Mission and I’ve already had an injury. (Applause? Boo and hiss? You decide.) Having been exuberant to the point of pain in my exercise for a couple of days, today I had to slow down and heed the mind-body connection stuff I peddle. IRead More..
I’m single and childless. Among many other things, this also means my money is my own; I answer to no one. A sense of complete power and control over my life is the benefit. The liability is there’s no one to answer to about impulse purchases. There’s nothing stopping me from retail therapy. I almostRead More..