A few weeks ago, I had to say goodbye to my favourite place on Earth – my family’s cottage of 23 years. Saying goodbye to a property is nothing new for me, as my life has been in transit for as long as I can remember. Since early childhood, it seems like I have been
When I was in high school, I always wanted to be Kyle. Kyle was athletic and played on the football team. Kyle was smart and excelled in school without even trying. Kyle had a beautiful girlfriend. Kyle had a rich family. Kyle was better than me at the video games that we played. I used
The best way to live your dream life is just to start living it. We all have dreams of how our ideal life will look. We fantasize about the dream job that will make us fulfilled, the place we will live where we will be at peace, and the people we will surround ourselves with
I found love during the lockdown. How did I manage such a feat during this time of quarantine? Let me explain. No, I didn’t have to use Tinder, Plenty Of Fish, or any other mobile application or online dating site. No, I didn’t have to break social distancing rules and go into public situations. No,
A 4-step action guide on how establishing urgency in life leads to purpose. I used to be late for my job nearly every day. That is not an exaggeration; being punctual for my 9:00 AM work starting time was a daily battle for me several years ago. What this looked like was me spinning into
Life is inherently filled with suffering. Suffering comes in many forms, big and small. I imagine that you can name many variations of them: losing a loved one, falling out of love with your partner, being late for work because you missed the train, losing your job, getting a flat tire, having your taco shell
I suck at surfing. Surfing is a challenging sport to perform; it requires a high degree of endurance and balance, it’s incredibly exhausting, it’s scary when ten-foot waves are crashing on top of you, and during the chilly autumn season here in Canada it can be pretty uncomfortable getting in and out of the water.