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Three Things Times Three by Veronica Scott

I’m excited to announce a new guest post by Veronica Scott. Thanks, Veronica for sharing your insight in this wonderful article!


I’m honored to be one of your first science fiction romance guest authors! 1,700 more words


Outside Looking In: Michael Wilson

I do apologise for missing the Confessions of a Spoonie post on Sunday, but don’t worry, it (hopefully!) won’t happen again! This Outside Looking In is by Michael, who is married to Kat and you can read her confessions… 801 more words

Chronic Illness

Guest Blog: Interdepartmental Communication in Long-term Care

By Sarah Murray

While completing my Bachelor of Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University, I had the opportunity to do my placement at the Sheridan Centre for Elder Research and a long-term care home. 503 more words

Guest Bloggers

More than Cash: What It Really Takes to Address Poverty

What will it take to address poverty?

If you build a school for girls in northern Nigeria or give a girl in the Philippines $2000, it might seem like you’re providing her with the things she needs to improve her life. 916 more words


Shipping issues

It’s amazing what a variety of goods were moved by sea in the 18th century.

John Watt (1739 – 1762) the younger brother of James Watt, studied book-keeping and helped in his father’s business of ships’ chandlery in Greenock. 531 more words


Trusting God (Episode 2)

Trust God In Your Situations – Psalm 56:3-13
Lawrence K. Anku writes:

Trusting God is to focus on His sovereignty. Relying or depending on God evaporates the in dwelling of your circumstances in life. 337 more words


What do I want this blog to be?

I started this blog a long time ago and I didn’t really know the answer to that question.  It was when I was first diagnosed and was trying to get my head around the whole thing.   930 more words