I’m heading into a meeting and think the rock in my shoe might as well stay outside. I lean against the building in the cool evening air, remove my shoe, tip it upside down, put it back on, and find the sharp, annoying pebble is still there. I repeat the process. Only this time I […]
On a road trip back to the Kootenay region of British Columbia, a woman encounters some magical and familiar faces.
Peg Ainsley makes her first visit to a naturopath and experiences hope, relief and healing as she is treated with this increasingly popular “alternative” form of medicine.
As Peg prepares to move to another province, she begins selling off many of her possessions — but they say when you get rid of some things you make room for new things. It wasn’t long until she found herself buying instead of selling.
Sometimes the blender that you check and re-check can still fail you, as Peg Ainsley finds out with hilarious but very expensive results.
There may be more than meets the eye to the people around us. Peg Ainsley takes an eye-opening look at what is invisible to most of us, and the impact.
Finding the right use for “that little gift” is best left to procrastinators.
The daughter of a watchmaker reflects on lessons learned in connection to time and timepieces.
After you’ve been swept up in the glitz and glitter of Hollywood and seen the attractions, trying looking up … way up. You’ll see some beautiful architecture often forgotten amidst the bright lights and stars.
It was just before my 61st birthday when I started to notice that “old lady” smell. The distressing thing was that it seemed to be me. You know when you’re out camping and you wake up to yesterday’s sweaty shirt, only now it’s damp in the coolness of morning? That smell. As I’m getting ready […]