It's What You Get

I always have a Netflix series on the go. I am not overly picky when I chose what one to watch. I recently watched “The Worst Witch”. I think it was probably created for people in their teens or maybe younger…well, let’s...

Continue Reading...

The Deep, Rough Water of Life

One of the most common questions that gets posed to us about our services is, “What is the difference between therapy and coaching?”

What a good question. The best way I can describe my take on it is with an analogy.

Imagine that...

Continue Reading...

Life is Like a Casserole

There are 2 kinds of people in this world.

There is the one kind of people that don’t care that the food on their plate touches. Heck, they may even mix their food together. Potatoes, gravy, beef, salad, and corn on one forkful.

Then...

Continue Reading...

A Counter-Intuitive Method

Horses have a lot of stress. They are always on high alert and they are highly reactive to their world. Movement over there. A strange object over there. A noise from somewhere. All these things grab their attention and cause stress. God made them...

Continue Reading...

How to Find Time

“I don’t have time.”

Do you ever say this?

Maybe you say any number of variations of that statement: “I don’t have time to do my favourite hobby.” Or, “I don’t have time to eat healthy.” Or,...

Continue Reading...

The Pollution No One Talks About

It is not okay to litter. 

In fact, in Manitoba, there is a fine of about $200 if you are caught littering (unless you litter from a business vehicle, then it’s about $2500!). In Toronto, you could be looking at a $500 fine, and in some...

Continue Reading...

The Marathon of Life

If you were going to run a 26km marathon, would that physical ability just appear? No. You would train for it.

Would you start training the day of the race? No. You wouldn’t. Instead, you would prepare for the challenge. You would train for...

Continue Reading...

I Really Didn't Care

In university, when I was learning to be a Physical Therapist, all I really wanted to learn about was how to rehabilitate people, specifically after musculoskeletal injury. But I remember learning about stuff I really didn’t care about at...

Continue Reading...

The Mud of Anger

 I recently watched a video of Thich Nhat Hanh, Buddhist monk and peace activist, beautifully answering a question about anger from a little girl:

Little girl: When I get angry, how do I let my anger out?

Thich Nhat Hanh: Do you...

Continue Reading...

Surrender

I was recently asked, “Where do you get the ideas for your blogs?”

I answered, “They usually just come to me.”

Well this one you’re reading right now wasn’t “coming”.

I had a problem: I needed...

Continue Reading...
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Close

Practical Strategies to Deal with Daily Stressors

Sign up to receive inspiration, skills, tools, and tough love right in your inbox each week. Don't worry, we don't share your email address and we're not going to fill up your inbox with junk.