This Year’s Monthly Musings
Yes, I know, I am a late to this whole podcast thing! I am sure most of you here already listen to podcasts regularly, but may I suggest a few of my recent favorites?
We live in a fast-paced world where we are always expected to “keep up”. Seize the opportunity now! Is this the way we should live?
You have probably heard of this saying many times, “Do what you love, and you will never work a day in your life.” By doing that, however, we set ourselves up with unrealistic expectations.
The Office of the Treaty Commissioner congratulates Gilbert Kewistep for being the 2021 recipient of The Ravi Maithel Find-A-Way Award.
We often think of a successful entrepreneur as a person who believes in their work and has the courage to work tirelessly to “get it”. Along with “confident” and “energetic”, we sometimes will use the word “assertive” to describe such a trait.
The past month was all heat and no rain. There seems to be no relief in sight. Trees and shrubs are showing signs of distress, and some homeowners have abandoned the idea of keeping the lawn this summer.
We have been grieving a lot since the pandemic hit. Then we found ourselves grieving some more in the past week as we learn more about the confirmation of unmarked graves in residential schools across the country.
Healthy or not, our modern life is a lot about “getting as many things done as quickly as possible”. We always strive for becoming more productive and better in managing our time. But how? Look around and you will be bombarded with books, life hacks and apps that will help you improve your time management skills.
March 11 marked the one-year anniversary of the World Health Organization declaring COVID-19 a global pandemic. The world was forever changed because of this tiny virus. All of us have suffered from tragic loss yet the future remains uncertain in many ways. Sometimes we wonder, will we ever get through this? Will we be free and happy again?
March always has a special place in my heart – not only does it signal that the worst of winter is over, but this month also is the time when we celebrate women across the world and rally for gender equality.
Did you know that an average person has about 6,200 thoughts per day, EVERY DAY? That is based on the most recent technology which can track the beginning and ending of each thought.
For most of us, the arrival of a new year means setting up resolutions, taking on new challenges, or creating a theme for the year ahead. Maybe we simply want to get back to some normalcy for this particular year, but improvement is what we would generally like to see as we switch to a new calendar.