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5 Things I Know About Supporting Clients with Epidurals

by Sara Skiles of Wichita Doula LLC

The epidural.

To some people, it’s just a way of life when you have a baby. You go to the hospital and get one when it starts to hurt. 473 more words

Oakville Doula

Guest Blog: Heather Takes on the Windsor Half Marathon

In April 2014, Heather Grant from our very own Fitness Superstore HQ, was diagnosed with lymphoma (cancer of the lymphatic system). Thankfully, after six cycles of chemotherapy, Heather went into remission and (touch wood!) is still clear. 436 more words

Fitness And Training

Environmental education has its challenges, but young people need nature - Guest Blog

Throughout my time in environmental education I have seen children from all walks of life and two key points are consistent; number one no matter their age, their background or socio-economic situation children are fascinated by nature, they love talking about it, they love being outside in it, they love sharing stories and experiences. 1,186 more words


Guest Blog: Excerpt From Nurse Blood by Rebecca Besser

Nurse Blood Excerpt:


The air inside the nightclub was hazy from smoke machines. Flashes of colored light cut through the swirls in beat with the pulsing music that shook the walls and the floor. 1,614 more words


GUEST POST by Bre: The Blog must go on!  #BlogAlive

Ahh..  Beautiful orange sunsets,  drink in hand,  waist deep in the cool water!  This is the life.  Except… I’m not on vacation.  I’m sitting in the kiddie pool,  sipping a juice box while watching The Lion King.  410 more words


A Conversation with Author Cat Nicolaou

Today in the Library we have ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Cat Nicolaou, who has dropped in to say hello and to share some insights into her life as an author. 918 more words

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Guest Blog: The Sacred Profane by Chloé Thorne

The following poem is entitled, “To Nature”, and it was written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge in the late 18th century. Though Coleridge was a devout Christian and transcendentalist who saw Nature as an expression of his God, he greatly revered Nature as the pinnacle of that God’s expression, his words ringing just as poetical and true when we substitute the idea of “Nature” for gods altogether. 1,226 more words