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Shake It Up

So recently I’ve gotten into a little bit of shaking. Is “shaking” even a thing? Anyways, what I mean is that I’ve been making shakes lately. 176 more words

Wheelchair-bound man thrilled by Warman construction company's generosity

It’s rare for Sergio Lienlaf to leave his house these days.

Four years ago, the 46-year-old was diagnosed with Inclusion Body Myositis, an extremely rare disease of the muscles. 628 more words



waking in the middle of the night in an unheated wooden box to a symphony of disparate breathing and random snoring; uprooting yourself from eighteen bodies, stepping over the unconscious in the dark guided by a mental image of their positions before the sun set, then tiptoeing in the direction the door you entered hours before and feel for a rope handle you vaguely remember. 69 more words


People are the worst with their parenting advice

J and I were asked to visit a prenatal class at the birth centre where we had baby F and share some of our experience. To get ready, I thought about what would have been helpful for me to hear heading into labour and birth. 660 more words


The rules you have to follow

If there are certain rules at work, in your relationship – or in life – that you currently have to follow, be playful about it and see them as game rules that you choose to follow when you play this game called “work” or “relationship ” or “living in this country”. 23 more words

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The extra miles

Followers of my social media channels will know that on Thursday I had the privilege of joining Patrick Allen from Henry Schein and small group of intrepid dental folks for marathon #388/401 with Ben Smith, who is completing 401 marathons in 401 consecutive days to raise £250,000 for charities that support those who have suffered as a result of bullying. 407 more words