Health; is it your birthright? Do you have a right to choose the care you believe in? I am old and cranky so filter this opinion piece accordingly. I can’t believe the BS you young moms have to put up with today. People are being groomed for a one-size-fits-all path of endless and compulsory medical […]
Fun might be equally essential to our well-being.
What are the symptoms of a fun deficiency? Boredom, lack of curiosity, illness, fatigue, talking about your mutual funds when in social situations.
Cantilation is a word that describes energizing activities that boost our vitality. […]
There are 3 big challenges particular to empaths and intuitives. Being intuitive or empathic means you are getting a lot more information running through your bio-computer at any given time.
That’s wonderful but…
As much as this is ‘value added’ your intuition will only work when you work.
By the way, if you are inclined to headaches, this blog […]
I have mixed feelings about Christmas. Many of my friends have warm fuzzy feelings about Christmas.
When I was growing up I lived in a home filled with a lot of contention, especially between my parents. My mom, bless her heart, put a huge amount of effort into the baking and gift buying. She blew all […]
Displaced Cave Dwellers who like Fish
I was raised in northern Ontario. I grew up participating in the annual smelt fishing run. Catching the spawning smelt was free food for the taking, and it was loads of fun. There’s nothing quite like us little chickens getting to stay up long past bedtime filling buckets to overflowing […]
Child centred education is a reasonable choice.We often forget that ‘public education’ is an institution and first and foremost it exists to meet its own needs. An institution’s priority is not any individual child. Its priority is not about your child. You need to be realistic about whether your highest goals for your child are within […]