Canada Flag. trees and mountains

Happy Canada Day!

Happy Canada Day! Okay, so I’m a couple days behind. Those who know me (especially my family) know that belated birthday wishes from me are not unusual. In fact, they’re more the norm than the exception. This Canada Day didn’t bring a lot of cake and fireworks. However, I did wear what I thought was…

FOMO

An article in Trail Runner last week by David Roche, entitled “Just Say No to FOMO [Fear of Missing Out]” really got me thinking (again/more) about my own tendencies and the double-edged sword that is the digital world. Roche points out that it is more than just a digital/social media problem; “it’s more of a…

No Joke

We’re Moving – and that’s no joke. It’s April 1. To many people, that means just one thing: April Fool’s Day. So, it would be understandable if you thought our announcement that we’re moving was a hoax. But it’s no joke. For those of you who have been to our physical location, you know that…

Spring Forward

This past weekend, you were probably walking around the house setting your clocks forward an hour (at least those ones that didn’t do it automatically). Stove, toaster oven, clocks on the walls, watches, etc. Or perhaps you’re one of those people who didn’t set some of them back in the fall, so now they’re perfect…

The Dog Days of Winter

Ziggy, our five year-old Retriever-Husky rescue from Northern Ontario is not a fan of summer. But come winter, the playful puppy re-emerges, and he can’t wait to run. And pull. Ziggy was made for winter activities like pulling while we ski (skijoring), winter trail run (cani-cross) and snowshoe (I don’t know if there’s a K9…