I’ve always wanted to be a writer. When I was a child, I would devour books, so much so that my mother had to pace me. Every Friday night, we would go to the mall with my great-aunt and I’d get an ice cream and a new book, usually the latest addition to The Babysitters Club series. The next day, I would read it from cover to cover and patiently wait until the following Friday to get another one. Read More
“If you can dream it, you can do it.”
– Walt Disney
Walt Disney is known as one of the biggest dreamers of all time. I mean, look at what he built with only a mouse to start! And as much as people thought he was crazy, he kept going. I can’t help but wonder what else he would’ve accomplished if he’d lived just a little longer. Read More
I usually post new blogs on Sundays, but this week, I spent my Sunday in a car on my way to Québec City to see the Foo Fighters play an epic outdoor concert.
This was sort of a last minute idea (wait, does six weeks count as last minute?) and it was a surprise for my husband. At first, I wasn’t going to tell him until a few days before the show. I even contacted his boss to make sure he could have two days off without him knowing. Sneaky, right? Read More
I bought this book in 2012 and as much as I wish I’d read it sooner, I know that I needed to read it now. Read More
I’ve been a high school teacher for twelve years now and in the fall, I embark on a new journey. Still in the education world, but in a different role. A very different role. Read More
Do you know what your passion is? I know this may seem like a big question, but do you? Read More
Last weekend, my husband and I drove up to Québec City to attend a live event in connection with a course that I’m following online (Académie Zérolimite). The event was a series of conferences by so many remarkable people and some more structured teachings by the host of the program, Martin Latulippe. Read More
So, how is 2018 treating you so far?
Did you make resolutions or set any intentions?
Maybe you need a little help? Read More