Every Decision Counts

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I’ve just started into week 5 of the “6 weeks to a new body” fitness program. Just when the exercises are starting to become easy, the routine kicks up a notch again. And… Continue reading

Service, Community, Adventure – act#2

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This is a re-post of the review I did for #WDS2014 last July. Wednesday, March 18, 2015 starting at 9am PST, the final round of tickets go on sale for #WDS2015. This is… Continue reading

Something I lost…

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Well it is almost halfway through my “6-weeks to a New Body” program and I was starting to feel a little discouraged. It is not so much the exercise that I despise. (Which… Continue reading

Monday Musings

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It is amazing to see how many pieces a pyrex container will break into when you pour water in whilst it is in the oven roasting a pork tenderloin. What a mess. However… Continue reading

Signs of Spring

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One of the benefits of going for a run, particularly at the pace I keep, is noticing the subtle signs going on around you. A few mornings ago, it was a faint whiff… Continue reading

Routing for Loki

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Joanne Harris has written another amazing trilogy. I actually should not rave about books I have not read yet. Well, I actually have listened to most of the first instalment – “Runemarks” with… Continue reading

Muscle Memory

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So I’m finished week #2 of my 6-weeks to a new body experiment. And I have to say, I’m a little surprised at the results so far. Maybe to look at me it… Continue reading

Roasted Roots Salad

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This is a recipe that I use all the time, but it constantly changes depending on what I have in the house. I seem to always have some root vegetables on hand. Lettuce,… Continue reading

Healthy habits

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On my first day of the 6-week to a new body program, I was extremely inspired to create a clean eating salad for lunch. If I want this experiment to produce a noticeable… Continue reading

Countdown

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With less than a week to go, my start date of February 21, 2015 is starting to feel pretty real. And the panic is starting well up. I have much to get ready… Continue reading

Passionate Affair

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“In this restaurant,” says Madame, “cuisine is not an old, tired marriage, it is a passionate affair of the heart.” Madame Mallory is played by Helen Mirren, in the 2014 movie, “The Hundred… Continue reading

Business Class on Air Canada

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I have been fortunate enough to fly in business class on various occasions. It is not, however, a confirmed event. I get in, almost by chance. Sometimes, I work hard to stack the… Continue reading

The Stages of Change

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“God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” -Reinhold Niebuhr Dr. James Prochaska of… Continue reading

Art Journal Therapy

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That is what my husband calls it. I have a different view of all 3 words – art – journal – therapy. I don’t see how spreading materials all over the tables, floor… Continue reading

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