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Sunrise Sunset – “Soul”stice Reflections 

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My Self Worth is not Measured in Weight

We are on week 2 of women’s health month – new moon, new topic.  For this week I wanted to address common symptoms that women come in with in regards to physicality and outward appearance – skin, hair and weight. … Continue reading

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The DeRozan DeBate

Today’s post is inspired by an article I read in the Star regarding Demar DeRozan’s and the conversation I had with a family member after it.  I am a huge Raptor fan, since 1995 (yes, I’m aging me), and DeRozan … Continue reading

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Once in a Blue Moon

Tomorrow, well tonight, is going to be an interesting triad of events – it’s a blue moon, a blood moon, and a lunar eclipse.  I wish here in Ontario we could see it, but we are definitely feeling it!  Full … Continue reading

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The Tipping Point

As a quick shout out to all the sensitives out there – what is going on the past two weeks? There has been so much turmoil energetically out there, causing people to want to turn inwards and cocoon themselves in … Continue reading

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Kids and Colours – Using Colour as a Therapeutic Tool Back to School

One of my favourite things in this world is colour.  All colours, in different vibrancies, hues, shapes and shimmer.  As a kid I would marvel at all the different back to school products.  Excited by my purchases of bright geometric … Continue reading

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Silence is Louder – Listen to the Unspoken Words of our Youth

There are many unspoken biases in our society – gender, race, religion, sexuality, etc.  One common bias, almost socially accepted, is age.  How many times were you told “You are too young to understand.”, “You don’t know anything at your … Continue reading

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I was broken

Flipping through the channels yesterday I happened upon the American Music Awards during Selena Gomez’s speech.  She mentioned a very heart felt confession – how she felt broken and had to stop.  Selena is well known for having Lupus, an … Continue reading

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Five Back to School Tips We Do For Our Kids That We Should Do Ourselves.

It’s that time again! It’s time to make lunches, pack snacks, and get back into the routine of taking your kids, or yourself, to school.  Reading the multitude of back to school advice for kids this week, I realized that … Continue reading

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Summer Inspiration

June was a powerful month of self reflection and discovery.  It began with an ocean vacation (where you always discover hidden things about yourself on vacation) and ended with a retrospective weekend at the cottage.  Water is the perfect environment … Continue reading

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