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enjoying a cozy, grey day

Healthy Mindset – Day 10 It was raining and snowing all morning and now it’s just grey and windy outside, so today it feels perfectly normal to stay inside, get cozy and have that extra cup of coffee. My routine has been to write… Continue Reading “enjoying a cozy, grey day”

All the feelings

Healthy Mindset – Day 9 Some days in the last few weeks have been exactly like this! Recognizing that it’s normal to have thoughts and feelings come and go throughout the day, even at the best of times, is one way of being kind… Continue Reading “All the feelings”

Letting the light in

Ring the bells (ring the bells) that still can ring, Forget your perfect offering There is a crack in everything (there is a crack in everything), That’s how the light gets in Leonard Cohen Healthy Mindset – Day 7 & 8 I started this… Continue Reading “Letting the light in”

Healthy Mindset – Day 6

Let there be space in your togetherness Kahlil Gibran How has your week been? In some ways, it feels like things are settling into a sort of “sameness”. Since this started, I’ve been thinking that this period of time is a marathon, not a… Continue Reading “Healthy Mindset – Day 6”

Healthy mindset – Day 3

I’ve seen a few different ways that individuals and families are trying to keep a sense of community while homebound like turning their Christmas lights back, sidewalk art with chalk or displaying hearts in windows. I like the the last one. When I went… Continue Reading “Healthy mindset – Day 3”

Healthy Mindset – Day 1

Adaptability. It’s a skill that most of us can now add to our résumés! We’ve all had to find ways to adapt to the world around us that is changing every day. There is new information to absorb and put into practice; changes and… Continue Reading “Healthy Mindset – Day 1”

Regina Floral Conservatory

It’s about -25 today so it’s a great day to share some pics from the Glimpse of the Tropics display at the Regina Floral Conservatory.  It’s one of the hidden gems in Regina, and on Sunday afternoon it was full of people escaping another… Continue Reading “Regina Floral Conservatory”

ceilings of the Louvre

“Remember to look at the ceilings in the Louvre!” That’s the advice I took to heart in Paris.  The Louvre is intimidating – it’s the biggest and most visited museum in the world, so not only is there so much to see (over 35… Continue Reading “ceilings of the Louvre”

Walking Along the Seine

One of my favourite parts of Paris was being near the Seine River. After a long, cold winter, the real purpose of the trip was not to visit the museums, eat the food, and drink the wine (okay that was part of it, too!!),… Continue Reading “Walking Along the Seine”

In Paris….around every corner…

…is something delightful to discover! The Stravinsky Fountain was on my list….and we happened on it accidentally after a wine tasting lunch while walking through the historical Beaubourg District. I love this mural by Jef Aerosol called Chuuutttt! A few days into the trip,… Continue Reading “In Paris….around every corner…”