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A lesson adults seem to forget is that regardless of what you want to accomplish, the best way to go about it is by taking baby steps. There’s often an (unrealistic) expectation that because you’re “old” you should be able to achieve your goals perfectly within a short period of time. Break the whole into […]

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By now, the snow is melting in Korea. The athletes have gone home and the newscasters are reporting on other events. Like the Olympic flame, a number of stories burned bright during the Peyongchang Olympics, but for me, there’s one report that is still glowing. It’s about how Canadian figure skaters, Tessa and Scott, chose […]

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I turned a great number of pages in 2017, both from the comfort of bed, my living room chair, aka perch, the beach, or while waiting in offices and coffee shops. Here are some of my favourite borrowed, bought, or gifted books. By the way, these are all book-books – you know, the actual thing […]

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Ahhhh – Amore! Love! L’amour! All symbolized by the month of February. Even The Heart & Stroke Foundation has chosen to make this “their” month. So, what’s all the fuss about? Plain and simple, it’s the heart. Point to yourself. Are you pointing to your heart? You often defer to the brain when it comes […]

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In British Columbia, we’re celebrating Family Day on Monday, February 12th. Many other provinces will celebrate it on the 19th of February. In addition to enjoying some much-needed family time, consider adding to your family history, including health history. Here is an excerpt from my healthcentral.com post entitled How to Learn Your Family’s Health History and […]

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Technology is great when it works. When it doesn’t, a lot of time is spent (wasted), fixing the problem. Whether you do it yourself, or find an outside source to fix the glitch, plug the leak or simply get it operational, fear (Am I doing it right? Am I compromised?), and frustration (Arrggghhh!) can grow […]

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You can catch more satire from This is That on CBC radio. Here is This is That’s Best of 2017.

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As so often happens, something I read winds its way into a current experience. This time it’s about living while dying, and making those last days, weeks, or months memorable. Eight years ago when we adopted Holly, our rambunctious and nervous doberman, we said that we would give her a good life for as long […]

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As so often happens, something I read winds its way into a current experience. This time it’s about living while dying, and making those last days, weeks, or months memorable. Eight years ago when we adopted Holly, our rambunctious and nervous doberman, we said that we would give her a good life for as long […]

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