There was not even a modicum of moderation or a bit of balance in the last five days. It was entirely full steam ahead and push hard. I suspect if I ever decided to Continue reading “Symmetry wins out “
I am quite proficient at procrastination which is why I was so elated to have completed my Haiti power point significantly early. Now I was extremely delated at the Continue reading “Working On It”
I don’t usually start a blog post with jot notes as I write from the heart. I felt compelled this time to put some of the keywords down. This allows me to Continue reading “Feel the PINCH ? “
Nursing week is winding down, the treats fade away for another year. The glamour remains Continue reading “A Nurse’s Life “
This is a very interesting read and comes direct from the front line. I felt it was worth sharing as we all want to help. This guy speaks from his heart about what really helps.
Plus he likes blogging, craft beer and people so seems like a good guy!
As I write this Fort McMurray, Alberta is burning. My twitter and Facebook feeds are full of images of terror and heartbreak, as a wildfire tares through the community and tens of thousands for people (currently estimated at 80,000) are displaced. It breaks my heart and it has me (as with many of you) wondering, how can I help? The reality is that our compassion and zeal to lend a hand can often cause more harm than good. I love how our communities rally and step up to provide in a time of need, please take a moment to consider how you can best direct your efforts.
I have been fortunate to be able to assist on the ground with disaster relief in communities across Alberta including the Slave Lake fire in 2011 and the Calgary floods in 2013, and I’ve learned that cash donations, even small ones, are by far the most effective way to…
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I listened to myself at work, about my impending 27 hour touch down in Halifax, and decided that my attitude was all wrong. I just had to make the best of the time that I had and be happy that I got to inhale, albeit briefly, Continue reading “Halifax on the Fly “