INSPIRED IDEAS

Life has a funny way of showing us what we need at the right times…

Lately, there has been a wealth of knowledge and information on gratitude & wellness, and its ability to improve our happiness, and well-being in so many aspects of our lives.

In this section, I’d like to bring some of the concepts to life, through research, personal anecdotes, or thought-provoking ideas that I believe will provide food for thought. 

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March 24, 2020

Writing this, I find myself drawn to start this post with something unique, and not be just another post about COVID-19 ... yet, what's present for me right now IS how much COVID-19 has been taking over my thoughts, conversations, daily interactions (or lack thereof)....

September 26, 2018

Do you remember the ice storm in Toronto from five years ago? It was both devastating and breath-taking. Everything was covered in ice, electric wires broke, trees snapped under the weight of the ice and blocked roads, families lost access to warmth and power. Pictured...

August 28, 2018

Last week, one of my best friends from elementary school got married. This wedding was 2+ years in the planning, and my husband and I were looking forward to a road trip (she was getting married in New Jersey)! We planned to do some hiking (of course, I can't pass up t...

July 10, 2018

Mindfulness or being mindful is a term that has exploded in popularity in the recent years. It has become a buzz word for work done in the field of mental health, organizational health, and has swept many individuals into an increasingly spiritual mode of living. These...

August 22, 2017

I heard something a few weeks ago that has stuck with me, and has really helped with addressing the fears that play peekaboo every so often (let's be real, it happens more than we admit). It is a simple statement, yet as I've strengthened my gratitude practice, it has...

June 26, 2017

In this fast-paced world, it is almost impossible to shut off, or slow down. What this results in is an increase in our stress, anxiety, and feelings of being constantly overwhelmed. In fact, in the book Thank You for Being Late, author Thomas Friedman outlines the tur...

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Bhagavad Gita

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