August Inspiration: “Happiness is a direction, not a place.“
It’s finally the weekend and for most of us that means the end of a grueling five-day work week. If your week has been anything like mine, a self-care day is very much needed.
I like to think that each day has a rhythm and a flow and it doesn’t necessarily have to be constantly on the “go”. Rest is important too – and I mean more than just the physical kind. Rest is vital to other facets of our lives that can be nurtured through self-care such as our physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, and social well-beings.
Goodbyes are never easy.
To me, they’re the hardest part of leaving.
But life is a constant wheel of change, and change is necessary for growth. So when I find myself in the position to say goodbye – to people, places, or things – it’s always bittersweet.
So, you’ve got a big decision to make.
We’ve all been there. It’s a tough situation to be in!
But it doesn’t always have to be a difficult process to make a big decision. It comes down to knowing what you need and trusting yourself to make the best possible decision for your life.
Here are some simple but effective steps to take when faced with making big decisions in your life:
We’re all guilty of falling into the hustle and bustle of an everyday routine. It’s all too easy to get caught up in a busy lifestyle that we sometimes forget about the small things that can really make a difference in our day to day lives.
Here are 8 small but meaningful things you can do every day to make life just a tad bit more enjoyable.
July Inspiration: “To see the summer sky is poetry.”
Find one that feeds your soul and say it to yourself every damn day.
Vancouver has a pretty outstanding selection of restaurants. The quality of dining and food in this City is simply unreal.
So how do you take it to another level?
You take it to the sky.
I suffer from acrophobia – an extreme or irrational fear of heights – but I am also an advocate for experiencing new things. Exploring BC has found me standing on elevated rocky outcrops, crossing extraordinary suspension bridges, and flying above the clouds in helicopters.
But nothing quite beats the adrenaline rush of aerial adventure. Take a look at some of the amazing shots and videos I took while zip lining back and forth between Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain!
How do you make your first trip to Whistler, BC memorable?
Go on a date,
…to the top of a mountain,
…in a helicopter.