Reflecting on 2019 and setting goals for 2020.
The first half of 2018 flew by and here we are - July 2. Happy Canada Day to all my fellow Canadians! I'm proud to be a Canadian. I've been fortunate to have travelled to many new, exciting places. There's so much to experience in other places and so many awesome people all around the... Continue Reading →
It's time for another gratitude journal post. I've missed a few weeks so I have some catching up to do, and of course lots to be thankful for. Easter with my brother, sister-in-law and baby niece. They travelled to Alberta to pick up a horse and stopped to visit me. It made my weekend! Holidays... Continue Reading →
Last week I started an online Gratitude Journal. On a regular basis, I will be blogging about what I'm grateful for at the moment. Life is tough. When it seems like nothing is going your way, it can be hard to feel grateful. But I believe there's always something that can put a smile on... Continue Reading →
Welcome to my online Gratitude Journal! You may recall, in 2016 I had a blog series titled Year of Joy where I recapped various things that brought me joy every month. This will be similar, but I'm going to try and post more frequently. Because even when you've had a rough day, there's always something... Continue Reading →
I had what many would call an idyllic childhood growing up on the family farm in southern Manitoba. Acres and acres to roam free and play. Aunts, uncles, cousins and good friends down the road. We knew everyone. And we trusted everyone. And that's the way it should be. If I ever have kids, I... Continue Reading →
July flew by. I can't believe summer will be over in less than a month. July was a very busy month for me, but I like to be busy. It was a very exciting month with many things bringing me joy including Stampede and vacation. So let's get started. Spent Canada Day at the Millarville horse... Continue Reading →
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." Winston Churchill I've always had a love of volunteering and come by it honestly growing up in a farm family where my parents were strong examples of volunteering in our small community and church - bringing food to... Continue Reading →