Most people will tell you they rarely think about death. However, on an unconscious level our fear of it, impacts the decisions we make every day. To deny the reality of the finite nature of our human existence, can lead us to being ill-equipped to deal with death. Organizations tend to be mostly concerned with … Continue reading Grief in the Workplace
In three days my veggie eatin' daughter will be home. I am so excited to see her and feed her good food. She is a vegetarian, so there will be cheese in the house, and compromises to be made. Food is such an important part of a families time together. The dinner table is where … Continue reading What Are You Bringing to the Dinner Table?
For the past 10 years I have been 80% plant based. However, in the past year I have decided to take my heart more serious. I am looking for other people who eat food to collaborate with. I am not your average vegan, if there is such a thing. I do not consume oil, nuts, … Continue reading Calling ALL People Who Eat Food
This year, I have moved to a whole foods, plant based way of eating (I deliberately do not use the word diet) and I want to talk about how it works and how I feel. I do not call myself a Vegan, but Vegan is a word that represents all of my food. However, Vegans … Continue reading Carbohydrates – Yes or No?
I am beginning to realize that to be brave you must also be willing to sit on the hotel bathroom floor, tucked in between the toilet and the tub; and cry your heart out. When you have cried so hard that you have lost the ability to breath, you need to muster up the energy … Continue reading A Good Cry
Writing about a place is a new thing for me. So please bear with me, as I figure out what's enough, too much or unnecessary. Moving forward, my intention is to write small pieces about single experiences, but I could not leave this great place without acknowledging some of its greatness. For the past two … Continue reading Thank You Pahoa
I celebrated 20 years with a major Canadian Insurer this January, and 2 weeks later I resigned. As I opened up to Senior Vice Presidents, Co-workers and friends, I heard how brave I must be , to make such life changing decision. To be honest, I don’t see it. The job was slowing killing me. … Continue reading Learning to Let Go