While you work outside of the home, work from home, are involved in unpaid labour, or change your career path, it’s up to you to look after your physical and mental well being. Here are my two favourite ways to keep the self care going, and keep me motivated and feeling confident.
Who cares about Valentine’s Day really? But the process of focussing on myself as someone who deserves special treatment and attention, and appreciation, still matters.
As the #KeeptheGrey hashtag builds up momentum online, following the unexplained and unwelcomed dismissal of CTV’s former anchor, Lisa LaFlamme, we need more conversations in person and online about how women over age 45 can be more visible in their professional and personal spaces.
It takes effort to keep the pace and priority of your life feeling simple in the face of consumer trends and the fashion related to being busy.
My reasons for publishing online haven’t changed over the years. I have the same passions that focus on supporting families and individuals in society; social justice issues; community building; and, in particular, topics that affect the disenfranchised and those in need.
There’s a reason you often hear people saying “don’t say whatever”. But why do we use these expressions?
How can women keep the momentum going in their career when they keep being sent back to the Start Again position?
Pamela Chan, Editorial/BCFamily.ca “A 2018 study by Jobvite indicates more than 90 percent of recruiters research a candidate on…
Here is a list of 10 topics that will give your family and friends insight into your private passions and world view.
When it happened last year, it seemed a bit ridiculous. But then it happened again. If the universe really can send a message, I think I need to listen.