BLOG & RESOURCES
We've put together an ongoing library of great resources, geared towards all of our clients and followers. You can search for speciﬁc topics, or simply browse through our categories to ﬁnd exactly what you’re looking for.
HERE ARE SOME OF OUR FAVOURITE RESOURCES:
- Kid’s Health: kidshealth.org
- Teen Health: kidshealth.org/teen
- Experience, deepen, and share the power of living gratefully: www.gratefulness.org
- Meet people and share experiences: www.meetup.com
- Free yoga & meditation: www.doyogawithme.com
- Raise money & awareness for support of children and youth who are living with mental health challenges: www.mfym.ca
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I recently drove three hours with the intention of spending five minutes visiting my grandfather who’s in the hospital because he had a fall, then a heart attack, and is now very fragile. My father has been encouraging family to visit so I decided to go as a way of supporting him. A five-minute visit seemed sufficient enough because I’ve never felt close to my grandfather, we didn’t have what I consider a strong
I facilitated a discussion in one of my Mindful Foundations courses about personal challenges and successes relating to doing a formal meditation practice. I noted my challenge was that I had skipped 2 practices and one participant said she was surprised that I would ever miss doing a practice. She said “So, you’re human?” and I said, “I absolutely am human! Sometimes I miss a meditation practice, and sometimes I skip brushing my teeth before bed;
When life gives you mismatched sleeves, make a fashion statement! I worked at the Mindful Society Conference last weekend with a colleague, Eli Brown, founder of STLO (a Canadian fashion company dedicated to supporting mental health initiatives), and a woman came by our booth to return a STLO shirt she had purchased because one sleeve was longer than the other. There must have been a mishap at the factory where the
Physical health, mental health, and communication skills are intertwined. I love my business coach Irina Benedict. She challenged me recently to connect the dots about how communication fits with physical and mental health. Surely we all have our ideas about how the three are connected, but Irina asked me to put it simply. Click here to read more about my insights on connecting the dots.