Life & Beauty Weekly: Happy You Get Lucky: How to Improve Your Fortune By Carol Ryan for Life & Beauty Weekly Sometimes it feels like the people around you have all the luck, but you can’t seem to catch a break: Your best friend gets a raise that allows her to buy a new car, but your old minivan gets sideswiped in the parking lot. “It’s not true that luck dictates your life,” explains Renee Meggs, registered psychologist. “Your thoughts influence your life, not luck. How we choose to perceive and respond to life’s events makes all the difference. Choosing … Continue reading Get Lucky: How to Improve Your Fortune
Last year, my life was good. I would hop over to my neighbour’s house with a 26 of Rye and dancing/karaoke on my mind. I lived for Friday nights. I lived for the party. Not that it was bad, … Continue reading What a Difference a Year Makes
I’ve been struggling to find my niche in life. I will not give up on finding the right niche of my authentic self. It’s there but I have to leap over the hurdles. I was a fantastic runner in my … Continue reading It’s Just Not Your Niche! Finding Your Authentic Self
Meet my Other Half; The Real Me Can one simple action bring out the best in you? Is it the person that you left far behind? Yesterday, I felt like I was walking on a cloud. Why you ask? Well, the reasoning is huge in regards to self growth. Two nights ago, I found out that Ellen DeGeneres was coming to Toronto. I have been contemplating creating a video, all dolled up, doing silly things on the street, and possibly have it completely scripted. The reason being is that last year I promised myself I’d pursue her in order to … Continue reading Meet my Other Half; The Girl I Left Behind
Well at first I wasn’t going to write about this until I seen this absolutely ridiculous response to this question on Google+. Stephanie Moram – As a social worker for Child Services, we are there to protect children from harm! I think that if a child is at risk whether it is from malnutrition or over nutrition the authorities should be involved in some form, either to educate the parents and rectify the situation or if that doesn’t work use other measures to help the child. And each situation is different so of course each case should be evaluated individually! … Continue reading Should Obese Children be Removed from the Family Home?
Sure, there’s nothing more that I’d love to do (other than interviewing George Clooney or Colin Firth at TIFF) than blog for you at the MMVA’s! However, watch out! I’m not your typical blond hair, skinny lil, youngin…. so what if they be singing…. Ask me if I care? Not FCKU’in likely! Seriously, who doesn’t love a fat rockin mama who knows when to keep her mouth shut in the company of young girls. As well, a mama who knows when it’s time to pop out an inpromtu statement for the youngin’s to look around and think “Wow, this is … Continue reading Sure I’ll Blog For You at the 2011 MMVA’s! They’ll be Singin Who’s That Chick?