Simple Kitchen Hacks | Mental Floss

I found this article, and loved the ingenious hacks and tips it provided. I hope you like them too! From using cooking spray on your cheese grater to having dental floss on hand, here are some handy kitchen hacks you’ll wish you would have known sooner. Source: Simple Kitchen Hacks | Mental Floss Thank youContinue reading “Simple Kitchen Hacks | Mental Floss”

Choices For Change

I apologize for the late submission today. I was working on finishing my last writing piece for this project. I am excited, honoured and humbled to be a part of this wonderful book! Below is our official promotion piece: Choices for Change: Courageous Decisions That Changed Lives is an inspired collection of thirteen authors vulnerablyContinue reading “Choices For Change”

Music Is Magical!

Music. It soothes the soul, lifts us up, and reminds us of days gone by, old friends and good memories. It motivates us to get moving. Or it helps us relax. It doesn’t matter what kind of music you like. Music is the universal language, and we all have different tastes. My music collection canContinue reading “Music Is Magical!”

Bawston Was Wicked Pissah!

Did I make your eye twitch? Was that even the English language?? Yes it was! Many moons ago, I was lucky enough to be invited for a job interview in Boston Massachusetts. I have always been a lover of the ocean, tropical fish and cetaceans (whale & dolphin family). I had been dreaming of myContinue reading “Bawston Was Wicked Pissah!”

Book Collaboration Project Moving Forward Again!

Several months ago, I was asked by a colleague if I’d like to submit a story for a collaborative book project. I believe I had been asked in the past about being a part of other books also, but had not had the time, energy or creative juices to do so. but this time, IContinue reading “Book Collaboration Project Moving Forward Again!”

Happy 111th Birthday, Sir Nicholas George Winton

Actually, only if he were still alive. But do you know who this man was? He was an amazing British humanitarian who rescued 669 Czech children from the horrors of Nazi Germany during World War II. The children he saved were mostly Jewish, and Winton arranged safe passage for them to Britain. His operation wasContinue reading “Happy 111th Birthday, Sir Nicholas George Winton”

Make Every Day Count: Musings Of A Cancer Patient

Cancer is scary. There’s no “ifs, ands or buts” about it. Many of us have known someone who either has or has had cancer. Maybe you lost a friend or loved one to it? Perhaps some of you are like me, and living with it yourselves. I can picture you all reading this. You’re nodding,Continue reading “Make Every Day Count: Musings Of A Cancer Patient”

The Magic Of Pets

They reach out a paw, and touch our hearts I have always loved animals. My entire life I grew up with pets in our home. Everything from goldfish to budgies, cats and dogs. Later I expanded to full-fledged aquariums and even reptiles. I have been involved in many animal rescue groups and the local aquariumContinue reading “The Magic Of Pets”

A New Week

She inhaled deeply from her steaming cup of coffee. It was her ritual; by doing so, she imagined herself gaining strength and determination.With the start of a new week, she knew there was a lot of things to check off her list, but the project was almost done. She had promised herself a respite atContinue reading “A New Week”

Be Yourself

You Are Perfectly Imperfect! Today’s blog is for a friend and former coworker of mine. He was feeling down on himself the other night, because people judge him based on his disability. Mind you, if you were to see him, you wouldn’t know he had one. But he was born with it, and he’ll haveContinue reading “Be Yourself”