Dayana Cadet has a rotation of three shows she binge-watches during a 24-hour period. Plowing through The Office, Seinfeld and sometimes Judge Judy, the 28-year-old Toronto woman said Seinfeld, in particular, has become a daily ritual. Story continues below “I binge-watch Seinfeld so often that I now use it as a tool to keep focused,” she
Recently I’ve been spread incredibly thin and, at times, I’ve felt stressed to the max. In addition to being at the tail end of a high-risk pregnancy, with complications, I’ve been working toward various new projects—not just for fulfillment but also because I’ve allowed the business side of running this site to slide for years.
At her last job working for a non-profit, Tanya Hayles shared an open concept office with four other people — but that didn’t mean the space fostered teamwork. “While I never expected privacy, there was a clear hierarchy in the company,” the Toronto resident told Global News. “The office environment, by being ‘open,’ led to a
Whether you’re on the road a lot, like our Productivity Ninjas, or you’re often running from one meeting to the next – skipping meals and grabbing food on the go often becomes the norm. Having said that, making poor choices on the road, is also often the main source of sabotage while we’re implementing the
“Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.” ~Marcus Aurelius I’ve come to realize that worrying and obsessing don’t help or change anything. Hold up. Wait a minute! Let me rephrase that, because worrying and obsessing do change things. They make your life worse.
The number of grandparents in Canada is the highest it’s ever been, at least since Statistics Canada began collecting the data. At last count, there were 7.5-million grandparents aged 45 and older in Canada, according to the 2017 General Social Survey on Family. That’s up from seven million in 2011 and 5.4 million in 1995.
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“With realization of one’s own potential and self-confidence in one’s ability, one can build a better world.” – Dalai Lama Sensitivity can feel like a gift or a burden, depending on our relationship to it. If you often feel completely overwhelmed by an overload of stimulation, then your sensitivity probably doesn’t feel like an asset.
NOTE: This article contains explicit information related to suicide and mental health that may not be suitable for all audience members. Discretion is advised. Story continues below A father who lost his six-year-old daughter in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting died in an apparent suicide on Monday. Two students who survived the
Every year, I share a little about Mindful in May, a month-long online meditation program that can dramatically improve your state of your mind and your life, while also transforming the lives of others living in poverty. This year, I was grateful to connect with Mindful in May founder Elise Bialylew to learn more about
More than half of Canadian women said they know another woman who has been sexually harassed, according to new findings from Plan International Canada. As part of an awareness campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April, the organization released new data on the prevalence of sexual harassment in Canada. A report from February by
“Your body is precious. It is your vehicle for awakening. Treat it with care.” ~Buddha When I went on my first diet in my teens (low-carb, it was back in the Atkins days), I wasn’t even overweight. I weighed less than 120 pounds, but my jeans had started to get a little tight, so I
Ariana Grande has had quite a tumultuous year, both professionally and personally, and as she now embarks on her latest world tour, it promises to be a pretty emotional one. Ariana grande had Mac Miller’s music playing while people got into their seats for her concert 😭😭😭😭 — Haley (@HaeKolb) March 19, 2019 Last week,
Have you ever ignored an email for weeks, only to reply with “Just saw this now!” when you finally get around to responding? If the sender of the email uses a tracking service, chances are they’ll know you’re lying. Story continues below Email trackers are exactly what they sound like: they’re software that tracks when
At the Family Medical Forum in 2017 — the largest family medicine conference in Canada — Dr. Sarah Giles was angry. The family physician was upset for a few reasons, including that drug reps were lining the pathway to the food area (meaning docs were forced to walk through sales booths to eat), and lunchtime
For Annie Boucher and her husband, a weekly allowance is a great way to teach their children financial literacy while also incentivizing help around the house. Story continues below “Instead of us just buying things, we said, ‘you can earn money to buy these things that you want,’” the Ottawa mom of two told Global
As we know from our time management training, if there’s one mutual feeling that everyone experiences – it’s stress. Sometimes, it tickles us in small waves that we can easily overcome. Other times, it strikes us like a raging storm leaving all in a gasp of air. The World Health Organization (WHO) says stress has become a
“Even when the sea is stirred up by the winds of self-doubt, we can find our way home.” ~Tara Brach What is it about praise that’s so hard to hear sometimes? You know the drill. You do something noteworthy, like cooking a meal for your friends, or getting on stage to do a talk. Assuming
When Lindsay Angus finished a post-graduate program at college, she began her job hunt. The 25-year-old Toronto resident was fresh off a co-op when she applied for a full-time operations manager position — a job she wasn’t qualified for. “It called for three to five years experience in operations and project management,” Angus told Global
“If the hurt comes so will the happiness. Be patient.” ~Rupi Kaur What if I said instead of messaging our ex, we had a different choice, a choice that will be even more fulfilling than acting on the urge to share whatever we’re feeling right now? It’s been over a year since I last spoke
A rare type of heart attack has been labelled “mysterious” and “devastating” — and it targets young, healthy women. Spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) heart attacks happen when there’s a tear in one of the layers of the artery wall. Dr. Sheryyn Rambihar, staff cardiologist at Mackenzie Health and spokesperson for Canada’s Heart and Stroke
“When depressed, simply be depressed. Don’t get depressed about your depression. When depressed, simply be depressed. Don’t fight it, don’t create any diversion; don’t force it to go. Just allow it to happen, it will go by itself.” ~OSHO For a long time, heaviness and dark feelings were very familiar to me. In a strange
Snowplow parenting is exactly what it sounds like: acting as the rescue option for your child’s every need, even when they’re adults. And while setting up children for success is one thing, one recent poll by the New York Times and Morning Consult found a majority of parents in the U.S. were “robbing” their kids
Jim Morris’ life was so remarkable, they made a Disney movie out of it. This is the unbelievable true story of how one man made the big leagues at the age of 35. Learn more about Jim’s journey here: http://jimtherookiemorris.com/ Full transcript for the Jim Morris speech in the description below. ► Watch all our
“If you accept a limiting belief, then it will become a truth for you.” ~Louise Hay Picking the flimsy gold lock on my groovy denim-covered childhood diary, I’m instantly transported back to my ten-year-old life. Each page duly describes what I what I ate for dinner that day as well as what my two best
It can get easy to always say “yes” to social obligations, even if you really don’t want to be there. Story continues below Andrea Bonior, a clinical psychologist and columnist of “Baggage Check,” recently wrote a post in Psychology Today on why some people have a hard time saying “no” to obligations. She said many
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“Sometimes it takes a good fall to really know where you stand.” – Hayley Williams How often do you appreciate the pleasure of taking a deep breath? Have you stopped worrying about what the world can do to you, and instead focused on what you can do in the world? Do you actively appreciate your
A lot has changed in the last half century. People have come and gone, history has been made, but somewhere, a purse lost in 1954 stayed the same, waiting to be found and reunited with its rightful owner. In 1954, 16-year-old Marty Ingham Everett lost her black purse behind a cabinet in the science room
While rates of colorectal cancer are down in adults over 55, a recent study found that more young people are now being diagnosed with the disease. Story continues below According to findings published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, rates of colon cancer have doubled in U.S. adults aged 20-39 since the mid-1980s.