COVID-19? Coronavirus? Try adding a different “co” to the mix—community.

Everyone’s got the “CO” on their tongues these days. It’s unavoidable. But rather than losing your thoughts to coronavirus-provoked ruminations and anxieties, let’s talk about the utility of exploring a “co” of a different kind—community.…

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Here’s What Happened When I Tried Yoga

Introduction Yoga: one of those trendy fitness phenomena that doesn’t seem to be going away. That was all I really associated with the word “yoga” prior to the past few months. I had some brushes…

A Glimpse Into My Anxiety

I thought my mental state was climbing upwards the past month. Until last week. Last week, anxiety revisited me and culminated in a full-blown panic attack that resulted in me pulling over on the side…

Overwhelmed on the last day of the long weekend

I’m sitting here right now in a Second Cup (Canadian coffee chain) just feeling dumpy and frustrated with myself. The intention today was to come here and work on my blog (revamping the look, writing…

Got Lyme?

I’m in one of those moods right now where little things that shouldn’t annoy me are getting to me, I wish I had gone to bed earlier but couldn’t because I left packing to the…

Avoid the buildup.

You’ve probably heard it said before that it’s not so much about what you say, but how you say it. This piece of advice recurred again to me this morning when I was at a…

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