As this goes to print, the election campaign has run for 60 days. That’s eight weeks, four debates, dozens of rallies, hundreds of speeches, and countless promises. Politicians have run from coast to coast and back again, handing out prizes to you and you and you. Stephen Harper has promised dairy farmers he will maintain […]Read more "A real nation would not let this happen – By MacLean’s"
We’ve all had days, weeks, months and — for some — even years of dark days and depression. Whether we fall into ruts of self-sabotage, loneliness or insecurity, leading a happy, joyful life can sometimes feel like a chore. I often tell my students and coaching clients they’re doing so much better than they give […]Read more "25 Signs You’re Succeeding At Life (Even If It Doesn’t Feel Like It)"
As the New Year begins you can’t help but notice all the social media posts about ‘resolutions’ or ‘defining the new me’. Well here is a blog to reason with all those public claims of self improvement. Let me start by saying this, no matter what the resolution, or what the ideology you have sworn […]Read more "It takes time to figure things out"
‘Red is for the blood which was shed for us. While ‘wine’ is for the sweet and bitter taste of reflection we look to enjoy at the end of our day. ‘Concrete’ is merely a representation of how we have built up the walls around our comfortably cultured lifestyle. But what will we find outside […]Read more "About: This Blog"
Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
The Ashlee Simpson Show 1. YOU ARE NOT A MESS Your bed is unmade, your best clothes are dirty, you haven’t written a word of that paper, and you feel like you haven’t talked to your parents in days. Everything feels out of place. Where are your keys? You feel…
Originally posted on CNN Belief Blog:
Opinion by Abed Awad, special to CNN (CNN) – Last month, a Sudanese court imposed a death sentence on Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, a 27-year-old pregnant mother, because she refused to renounce her Christian faith. Ibrahim says she was raised Christian by her mother after her Muslim father abandoned them…
Originally posted on Broadside:
By Caitlin Kelly It’s graduation season, and time — for the fortunate — to step into their first full-time staff jobs, whether a permanent position or a summer internship. If you’ve snagged a paid spot (or, likely, an unpaid one), congrats! Time to rock it! As someone who has hired and…