Super Bowl Season & Missteps

At the time of writing this, the Super Bowl is a few weeks away. Some casual football fans will immediately ask about who is performing in the Halftime Show? And many Halftime discussions end up involving Janet Jackson of course – yes that incident. The “wardrobe malfunction” that happened with Justin Timberlake. What is important… Continue reading

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It’s Not Hip to be Tragic

There are news and events that can make you reflective. In spring of 2016 it was announced that Gordon Downie, singer of The Tragically Hip, had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. This announcement was coupled with a summer tour where the band would play across Canada, presumably for the last time. Summer of 2016… Continue reading

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Resolutions and Reasons to Improve

The New Year brings crowded gyms, good intentions and for some people a renewed vigor with which they approach their work and life. Whether or not a new calendar is your reason to take time and assess your situation and commit to any changes, the important point is that these self-examinations do take place. I… Continue reading

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Do You Need a Vacation From Summer?

With Labour Day behind us, many of us now change our focus. School is back in for some families, cottages and pools are afterthoughts and our white pants are neatly tucked away until whenever it is that we are permitted to wear them again. Along with these seasonal changes, we also tend to re-focus on… Continue reading

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Understanding the Potential of Growing Pains

In a prior stage of my life, I spent considerable time in classes and clinics related to sports medicine. People from various walks of life and differing athletic abilities would come in to either rehab an injury or to help strengthen an area in order to achieve high performance. I began to notice what I… Continue reading

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