While its not an official long weekend in Canada leading up to the 147th Canada Day on Tuesday July 1, there are a lot of people I know taking Monday off for an extended long weekend.
Fittingly, I thought I would use Canadian heritage as the topic of this week's community post.
The Confederation Train:
I remember hearing from my dad about a Centennial Train that crossed the country in 1967 so I did a little research on that. It was called the…Continue
Last week, Amanda asked "What are you doing after work?". I commented that I wanted to come back to that topic when I finished my next post and this is that follow-up.
I had two separate conversations recently and a common theme came up; that of becoming so good at or…Continue
Much of our time, energy and metal capacity is devoted to work but for many reasons, we also have to think about what do I do after work. For some, after work means chilling with friends at a patio bar, to others it means cycling from 6:00-9:00 a.m. on Saturday morning and to others it means what you plan do after you retire.
Work is an important part of our…Continue
A good friend sent me this and I absolutely had to share. Enjoy!
The Fermi Paradox
May 21, 2014
Everyone feels something when they’re in a really good starry place on a really good starry night and they look up…Continue
I have unknowingly embarked on a journey to unravel the culture behind the practice of yoga. Unbeknownst to me because my initial motivation in engaging in yoga took an unanticipated turn as I delved deeper down the rabbit hole. Let me explain.
Two months ago I decided to take up another form of mindfulness training that incorporated a component of physical exercise as…Continue
Meditation has had a reputation of being associated with mysticism, or eastern religions. For that reason, many people have avoided it in their own lives, thinking that it either was purely a form of spirituality, or might even conflict with their own religion. In fact, because of that link to spirituality - I have read at least three authors stating that in…Continue