G’day! Do you know the “Upstairs/Downstairs” game? Since you were smart and caring enough to sign up for this monthly ‘cue’ for better living, I think you are going to love this quick idea that will add a little more energy, opportunity for calorie burning and most importantly help … Continue reading Do you know the “Upstairs/Downstairs” Game? – October e-news
As the self-professed Queen of Embarrassment, I feel qualified to give some tips for getting past those moments you wish never happened. On this week’s radio show I share a few crazy incidents and things I do to push past the initial embarrassment. It’s not a matter of if you … Continue reading Embarrassing Moments, Suddenly Single and what to do about both!
Thanks for stopping by! Make sure you sign up to your left to receive an occasional, short enews with more ideas, insight and inspiration for better living! This page is for you to make it easy to download the free Life Support for Nurses iPhone app for nurses and access the … Continue reading ONA – Event Page
What the strangest reason for a party you have ever had (or been to)? (If you’d rather listen than read, the radio podcast is here: CJOB Sept. 1, 2013 Life/Bucket Lists) My sister just started selling home party jewelry and although it’s not my thing at all I wanted to have … Continue reading Life Lists – Inspiration and Beyond
A quote from a MoMondays audience member sums it up pretty darn good, “We were overcrowded and hot, but we didn’t care!” Here’s the synopsis and contact information for our August 12, 2013 Motivational Mondays. Another sold-out, standing room only crowd was wildly entertained by local musician Ken Pinchin, you … Continue reading The Post-Event Scoop for MoMondays Winnipeg – August 12, 2013
The harsh reality that we often take ourselves too seriously came into the discussion during my fun chat with FunnyMommy.com comedian Kate Davis on the radio this week. We have the seriously important job raising our children, but does that mean we have to be straight-laced, poker-faced, adults who have forgotten … Continue reading Lighten Up!
What is your relationship with time? Good, bad or indifferent? It wouldn’t surprise me at all if the time bandit often has you frustrated at how quickly the days, months and even years seem to disappear and how difficult it seems to get anything done in the time you want it … Continue reading A New Relationship – With Time
A coaching session with a client, a conversation with a friend and frequent visits with my 87 year old Mom spurred today’s blog post. “She just miserable!” both my client and friend said exasperated at the thought of dealing with their aging parents. Constant complaining that their daughters weren’t doing … Continue reading You and Your Aging Parents – Part 1
If I asked you how many hours a day you sat down – what would you say? Hint – it’s probably more than you think. As human beings we are not meant to sit all day. We are not mean to be sedentary and this lifestyle is killing us. Sitting … Continue reading Sitting is Killing You
When you want to be more of something, go to the pros – that’s what I did when I wanted to add a little more ‘funny’ to my everyday life and work. Dan Licoppe is the author of the recently published book, Unleash your Inner Comedian. Dan insists that we have all … Continue reading Find Your Funny