Come by Stay Wild this Friday December 7th to support Q’aLaTKu7eM Community School. The kids grew, harvested and packed various mint teas to raise money for field trips. A stocking stuffer packed with sweet medicine.
I was invited to start a gratitude practice -- by someone I admire immensely, an unlikely pusher of positive psychology. I had resistance to the idea. To the very phrase, actually, and its ubiquity. Despite my squinty-eyed reaction, I agreed to participate in a daily gratitude experiment. Two days in, I was already feeling a shift … Continue reading Gratitude! The non-surgical drug-free brain-sculpting happiness-making cure-all! Try it, today, for free!
I'm not always courageous enough to carry out the adventures I dream of on my own, but there are times when I need to be alone to recharge my spirit and reconnect to an unconflicted space within. Today's adventure rewarded me with a spiritual hug. I braved a 3.5 hour, solo kayak exploration of the … Continue reading On the Water – Solace in Solitude
Guest post by Sam McKoy. I'm going to use this photo to talk about environment. This picture is of Garibaldi from Gentian Ridge in Garibaldi Park. An incredible summer hiking area. . . When considering wellness, I think many often focus on nutrition. Sourcing non-gmo, organic food, balanced nutrients, etc. But let's take a step … Continue reading Wellness is a healthy planet: Sam McKoy reminds us that the biosphere is kinda critical to our wellbeing
I’ve been thinking of being last. Not planning on it, just ending up in that position. There’s a trail run coming up in Whistler and I had considered entering until I really thought about the speedy, tough field of runners who would likely enter. I told my friends that I was not ready to come … Continue reading Last
Not sure how to address some of those "awkward talks" with your child? Not sure how to talk about appropriate/inappropriate touches, private parts and strangers? Don't know what to say when they ask about the big "S" word? Worried you might say too much or too little? Growing Great Children presents BodyWise from the Beginning, … Continue reading How to talk to your little kids about… sex.
When I first started running, I definitely did not classify myself as a runner. In my narrow mind, the only narrow thing about me, a runner was lean and mean and somewhat obsessive. My friend Kathy fit that image, and she felt that I should reap the benefits of running too, so she asked me … Continue reading How I learned to call myself a Runner