December 11, 2019

The most valuable gift

The holidays are often thought of as the season of giving. Usually that’s in the form of actual merchandise, donations to charities, or holiday bonuses. For many people, especially in a tough economic year, this can cause stress
December 11, 2019

The Office Holiday Party

Are you following the ‘unspoken’ rules? If not, yule regret it! Some people love it, some people dread it – the office holiday party! A party that can have just as many people talking about it beforehand, “what are you wearing? will there be an open bar? And just as many people whispering about it afterwards– “did you hear what happened to Jane?” So, how can we ensure that your career is still intact, the morning after? Read on…
November 27, 2019

Into the Pod-Verse

I was that girl once. The one who found it ridiculous that people could spend hours of their day listening to mindless chatter on their headphones. The concept made little sense to me, and the amount of content was so vast that it felt insurmountable. There was also no guidance on the ‘what’. What would I listen to that could be my thing? Not just listening because I had to, or someone told me to, but because I wanted to.
October 30, 2019

Facing Fear: Open Body, Open Heart

After returning from a Dovetail weekend retreat in Algonquin Park, I shared a personal Facebook post the other day with these photos (Thanks Carin Smolinski Photography for capturing these!) and the following caption:
October 2, 2019

Your Average Jo: You’ve Got Mail

WRITTEN BY: Joanna Track Do you have a love/hate relationship with your inbox? I do. My day typically starts (and ends) with a sweep of my email. I often vent and lament on feeling like a slave to my inbox, but like any good Stockholm syndrome victim, I’m also in […]