In my final weeks of maternity leave I have been making sure to focus on some “me” time and schedule some really lovely days while the older kids are in dayhome. As I write this I have a sleepy 3 year old on one arm and a baby army crawling across the rug toward my… Read More First Time Mountain Biking in West Bragg Creek x How to Climb Out of a Funk.
1.) Treat all people as kindly as you’d treat a young child. 2.) Quick short blasts of cold air (or water) will bring vitality back to the body. 3.) Sunshine and fresh air is the most important vitamin to take. 4.) Let them eat dirt. 5.) Always make eye contact and say hello as you pass… Read More 36 Pieces of Knowledge I’ve Collected Over 36 Years.
Amidst a dark time in my life, taking care of my mum with terminal cancer, I received a few gifts. Here’s what I learnt. … Read More I was a Cancer Caregiver While I was Pregnant. Here’s What I Learnt.
As many of you know, I am a lifetime member of Weight Watchers, having successfully lost weight on the program in 2006 while I was in University. After having my third baby in the summer, I am back on program, getting back to my healthy goal weight. I delivered at 237lb and my goal is… Read More My Favourite Weight Watchers Zero Point Noodles – These are also Paleo Noodles!
Early motherhood is busy. There is a hell of a lot of stuff to do on the surface, and in the day-to-day. I said to my husband the other day that just managing the clothing (washing, putting away, picking up) of two toddlers and a baby is fully a part-time job that takes up at… Read More On Figuring out What Your Greater Purpose is, or Finding the Meaning of Your Life.
You know what? I love the internet. As we go about our lives, one facet is the external world that we live in. This is like a silent movie reel playing. As we watch, we are walking about our kitchen, doing the dishes, or maybe driving down the highway, commuting into work or maybe (like… Read More Post-Partum Spiritual Development: Our External Versus Internal Worlds