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Thoughts From the Wilderness - Five Steps Along the Pathway to Something Spectacular

Five steps to deal with the emotional baggage of life that could help move us along to releasing our spectacularness on the world.

On our October 2017 PEI adventure, this little pathway took us from the end of Thunder Cove Road out onto Thunder Cove beach. 934 more words

Blog Posts

Moving from Guilt to Resilience

When your vehicle’s engine light comes, it’s an important indicator to get to the garage to find the problem. Guilt is no different; it’s a big, flashing indicator that something needs to change. 592 more words

Caregiver Survival Skills

Get Going

Today has been quiet and a little depressing. I am so attached to getting out and seeing people so staying home is a challenge. Sure, there are so many thing I could be doing…laundry, house cleaning, etc. 190 more words

Anxiety

Losing my Shit

Since November of last year, my life has gone through more change than 2007 Britney Spears. To be honest, and as least dramatic as possible, it has mostly been bad. 564 more words

Coping

Distress Levels

Hey everyone, today we are going to be discussing distress levels. We all have been there and felt what it was like to be in distress, but how did you feel when you weren’t sure what to do to help bring it down? 355 more words

Dear Son, You Saved Me

Becoming a mom was one of the greatest adventures I’ve ever embarked upon. It was a challenge in every single way, but here was this little tiny human who depended on me for literally everything. 1,918 more words

Parenting

B is for Beginning

Hello, and welcome back. I wanted to stat this blog, where you start most things …the beginning.

I always had anxiety, but I guess I didn’t realise it, I always associated it with being nervous, which I thought was normal. 771 more words

Anxiety