After being cooped up for much of the winter, as soon as the weather starts to improve I get eager to do things like get out in my yard, sit on the back deck, and go hiking in Halifax and
I can think of a ton of examples of how my life changed for the better when I learned to manage my anxiety issues. I could go into stores that I used to avoid, I could volunteer at the school
At some point in time I saw this image and it really stuck with me. Yes, life really does start outside of your comfort zone and if you stay inside of that little bubble, comfortable is all you’ll ever be.
Today is the 95th anniversary of the day of the Halifax explosion. At work today someone mentioned that there should be some kind of memorial ceremony on this day every year but there isn’t; maybe they’ll have something in five
Today I headed into work earlier than I absolutely need to and had originally intended to read while relaxing in the massage chair. However, a woman on the bus commented to her daughter that it was such a beautiful day
I had such an amazing long weekend. In Canada, this weekend brings about Victoria Day which was Monday, so that made it a great three-day weekend. I’ve had good ones before but this one is certainly high up on the
Race day loomed bright and early. And I mean that literally on both counts. It was 5:50 am so it was definitely early – especially for a Sunday! – and the sun was shining as I hopped out of bed.
Well, after about three months of training, the big day looms ahead of me all of a sudden. Tomorrow – Sunday, May 20th – is the Bluenose Marathon 2012 race day and right now I’m a strange buzzing mix of
The weather was pretty unseasonable for March on the east coast last week and being stereotypical Canadians, most of Halifax spent as much time as possible outside to soak up the sun before nature remembered it shouldn’t be in the