Reading Time: 2 minutes I dedicate this poem to Dr. Staicu, the ICU staff at Highland Hospital in Rochester (NY), and therein the amazing staff on the seventh floor. Being hospitalized was my biggest nightmare, but I landed in loving arms. Almost everyone looked at me with eyes of love and spoke to me with kindness and compassion. Their […]

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Reading Time: 4 minutes We have all been tested over the past months—some physically, others mentally and spiritually—as we attempt to make sense of a pandemic. I notice my thoughts jumping from wondering how we will get through this, to hoping for a healthier planet, to feeling for those who are experiencing sickness and have lost loved ones, back […]

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Reading Time: 9 minutes I had initially written this blog post for the SWADE (Saskatoon Weight Attitudes & Disordered Eating) Committee I am apart of. I thought how relevant this is especially given our current circumstances globally. I know there are many individuals who do not have the proper coping strategies and internal safety to manage such stressful times…my […]

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Reading Time: 12 minutes Many of us are trying to make sense of what is going on around us during the coronavirus crisis. Some of us turn to our spiritual beliefs and practices to fortify ourselves, and that may provide some solace. But our lives have been upended in a way that most of us couldn’t have even imagined […]

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Let me ask you a question, and I want you to answer honestly: has there ever been a point in life when you were struggling emotionally and you wished there was a map or a textbook to guide you towards clarity? Maybe you even purchased a self-help book before in the past? The fact that […]

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An abstract painting of three identical faces fused together - life past, present, future.

Reading Time: 5 minutes How can we be more content with mistakes we made in the past? How can we stop our present from being affected by them? How can we have a flourishing and fulfilling future despite self-deprecating memories? I’m going to talk about five different ways, or perspectives, you can integrate into your daily life that will […]

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Someone shared an article with me saying that we often have a desire to “get off the bus” even for a little bit, when our lives don’t meet our expectations. But what are expectations and why are they so important to us? We often hear, “The less you expect, the less disappointed you’ll be.” Does […]

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Reading Time: 6 minutes Dr. Ken Best graduated magna cum laude from the Cleveland Chiropractic College and has since become an influencer whose practice is favored by Los Angeles celebrities. His latest book provides a guide to discovering and changing the limiting beliefs that block you from creating the life you want. Benjamin Eisenstein (BE): In your book, Eleven […]

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A painting of a face in an almost-tribal style.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Have you gotten to a point where you are taking care of yourself? Has your inner attitude and perspective changed so that now you are your own best friend? Do you make decisions that benefit your own health and well-being? Have you decided that your thoughts are your own; your plans are your own; your […]

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We Are Amazing

November 27, 2019

An abstract painitng of a tree with lot of light speckles.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Looking back at the achievements of the human race, it’s hard to deny that we’re pretty amazing. We’ve survived terrible ordeals, eradicated deathly diseases, flown into space, etc, etc. There are so many great things we’ve done; yet, we cannot seem to shed one of the most prominent problems of the current age: fear. People […]

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