Health

August 14, 2022

How to Reduce Mind Wandering and Build Your Attentional Control

Did you know that it is normal for your mind to wander approximately 47 percent of the time? This statistic is sourced from a study by Killingsworth and […]
June 10, 2022

Is it Time to Prioritize and Reduce

Sometimes there are topics that continue to resurface in meetings and conversations with clients. The issue of addressing burnout is one such topic. Recently, I’ve been […]
February 12, 2022

How to Detect and Protect Yourself from Emotional Vampires

Written by Susan Merli  To Trust is Human It is in our nature to trust. When we trust someone, it triggers the feel-good part of our […]
January 1, 2022

Thinking Flexibly About Stress

Written by Dr. Anneke Olthof Mid-Winter Stress Mid-Winter can be a particularly stressful time – the holiday spending and eating has finally caught up with us, […]
August 6, 2021

Categorizing People in Your Life

The Bubble During the pandemic, the size of our community became quite small as we were tasked with keeping one another safe from contagion. We had […]
January 3, 2021

Give Better Than Nothing Behaviour A Try

Wow. What kind of message is this to give better than nothing behaviour a try? I hope I've engaged your interest with this call to -- […]
January 2, 2021

5-Minute Self Care Tips to Prevent the ‘January Blues’

With January here and the holiday season tucked behind us, we face a month known for broken resolutions, ghastly credit card bills, homes stripped of holiday […]
January 1, 2021

Five tips to avoid virtual communication burnout

Working Remotely Since COVID-19 touched down with a significant impact in March 2020, many Canadian workers found themselves relocating to home-based work and using virtual meeting […]
November 14, 2020

Your Relationship with Money

This month's book was a challenge. Not that there weren't enough books on the topic, but rather landing on just the right one. After much deliberation, […]