How to Release Guilty Feelings

It was near the beginning of the school year and I had just reminded my then eight-year-old daughter to pack her dance clothes in her school bag. Obviously not thrilled with the request, she let out a big sigh and said, “Mom, why do I always have to pack my own bag? All of the other kids’ moms always pack their kids’ bags.”

Ah, the guilt trip. There was a time when her strategy might have… Read More

Three Questions to Help You Get Unstuck and Move Forward

I was jetting around the waters of Key West, Florida in a two-seat mini race-boat on my way to check out a marine sanctuary, when the boat came upon a sandbar and the boat’s propeller got stuck.

The guide, whom I’d been following, called over to the man driving my boat and told him to turn off the motor and walk to the front of the boat. That way, the propeller wouldRead More

Buckets Blakes on the Harlem Globetrotters, The ABC’s of Bullying, and Staying Humble

Anthony “Buckets” Blakes, of the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters, plays both the game of life and the game of basketball at an extraordinarily high level.

He’s been on the Harlem Globetrotters for 14 years, playing in 79 countries! He wowed our viewers with his incredible basketball skills during my interview with him on Daytime Durham. (Watch him do his tricks during the interview here.)

It’s not only on the court that Buckets brings smiles and… Read More

OshaWOW . . . Prepare to Be Amazed!

On September 26, 2015, be part of a movement designed to transform city culture and benefit our city’s homeless and hungry youth.

Participate in a 3km walk, or a 5km run, along the Oshawa Creek, in support of The Refuge Youth Outreach Centre and Hope Centre for Learning in the Oshawa Community Health Centre.

The OshaWOW event has been designed to: bring unity to our great community, take participants back to the… Read More