Posts Tagged ‘Be Positive’

The Call to Courage

Five years ago I first heard about Brene Brown, a research professor who studied shame, fear and vulnerability. I listened to her Ted Talks, read her books and went and heard her live when she was in Winnipeg. The minute I heard her speak I knew she could help me on my life journey and…

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Do you suffer from FOMO?

FOMO, “fear of missing out: anxiety that an exciting or interesting event may be happening elsewhere, often aroused by posts seen on a social media website.” Oxford English Dictionary Yikes! Can you believe that our new vocabulary is based on acronyms? Whether you say the words or use the shortcut, I do believe we have…

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Never give up on a childhood dream!

As a kid I use to lay in the grass and watch the birds float across the sky. I imagined how peaceful and fun it would be to play in the wind and view the world from above. I wondered why people couldn’t fly? I thought about making myself some wings and jumping off the…

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Women’s Health

Why focus on women’s health? Men get sick too. Aren’t we all the same? On many levels yes, but on many others not so much. In addition to the differences between men and women much of the research that has been done over the last 50 years has targeted men in the sample groups or…

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Lessons from the Blue Zone

What is a Blue Zone? A Blue Zone is a geographical area that has been studied and identified as a place where people live on average 10 years longer than the rest of the population. Not only do they live longer but they do so independently, doing what they love. You can imagine how this…

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How do you measure success?

The other day I was asked if Happy Monkey Club was successful by an older gentleman. I paused for a split second pondering how to answer the question and then I answered true to my own values and beliefs. My split second delay was based on societies perception of success and the one the media…

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Lessons from Nature #692

On a weekend when the Manitoba weather hit us all like a ton of bricks, I also had news of a close friend that matched it. I was struggling to make sense of things when along comes a beautifully written blog from Patti Phillips. I share it with you today, in hopes you will take…

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Is there enough time in a day?

Work, kids, parents, friends, cooking, cleaning, community work … How can we find any time for the things we really want to do. We go 24/7 and wonder when will it end? When will I have time for me? What if I told you, you have time right now, there is more than enough time…

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Curve ball to blindsided punch in the gut

Last week I posted a blog I had written 2 years ago, How to manage the curve balls, I received some great feedback from HMC members. It was such great dialogue and lessons that came out of it that I felt it deserved a follow up blog. So here we go… The first question came…

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Simplicity ~ The key to leading a happy life

Simplicity as defined in the dictionary is: the state of being simple, uncomplicated, or uncompounded. To me, simplicity is the ease to which you live your life, uncluttered, honestly and with purpose. What that looks like is as unique as the finger print on your thumb. The key is to understand and know your true…

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