Tag: read on your commute
Truth and Reconciliation
On tomorrow’s National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, please take time to listen and learn. Here’s a few places to start.
The City Speaks
Am I the only one who feels like a big city is a living, breathing entity and that city life, once experienced, never truly leaves your soul?
What is it about time that makes us experience it so differently? And why do some of us choose to keep reliving the not-so-good times?
What happens when the visitor to your home is from a turbulent past? I have some thoughts. And a couple of suggestions on how to manage.
All the World’s a Stage
As a strong proponent of therapy, I wholeheartedly agree with the therapist who once reinforced to me, that all the world’s a stage.
According to Unpopular Opinion
Today, we’re talking about unpopular opinions. What is your greatest accomplishment? My answer might surprise you.
On This Sad Day
On this sad day, I reflect on the SCOTUS decision to overturn Roe v Wade and contemplate the implications here in Canada.
What happens when an introvert goes out? Sometimes a conversation between strangers offers a happy surprise.
There are common things that I just cannot do, like driving a standard car. Learning, as it turns out, is not automatic.
Writers – A Short Story
A short story about two writers struggling with what all writers face at one time or another. Just keep writing.