Guest Author Mike DeWolfe shares a strategy on how to unpack big goals into small tasks.
Archives for November 2011
Striving for balance and a deeper connection with my spirit, my silent witness.
Americans love sandwiches so much, that the 3rd of November is celebrated as “National Sandwich Day.” To commemorate this year’s National Sandwich Day, Guest Author Greg Buckskin has compiled a list of the absolute best 10 sandwiches ever.
Charlottetown, P.E.I. – the historic Canadian city where a nation was born, where politicians became drinking buddies, and where you can now enjoy ice cream, funnel cake, great shopping and a wonderful arts culture. On a recent tour of Province House in Charlottetown, P.E.I. I discovered the secret of Canadian Confederation. In time honoured political […]
I’m sentimental about fields of bluebonnets. I’m sentimental about military veterans. I’m sentimental about little puppies and kittens. I’m sentimental about hot fudge sundaes. I’m sentimental about red, white and blue. I’m sentimental about love songs. I’m sentimental about my freedom. I’m sentimental about my old faded jeans. I’m sentimental about the elderly in nursing […]
We’ve posted thing by Rick Mercer before. Things that make us laugh. This, on the other hand, is no laughing matter. Rick starts by saying that “every year in this country, 300 kids take their own lives” and he ends with “300 kids is 300 too many“. What he says in between is what we […]
Training, behaviour, and science are important parts of my life with my dogs. But there are simple, almost poetic moments that I also cherish. Working, playing, and sometimes quiet moments that help me appreciate the rapport that positive training has given me with my dogs. It starts even before I open my eyes each day. […]
Three published authors of non-fiction life stories share their insights on the risks and rewards of life writing.
Author Bennett Coles asks us to “embrace the silliness’ suggesting that science fiction can have fun and laugh at itself while remaining dignified and relevant.