Rebalance Part II – Energize Blog

Rebalance Part II – Energize Blog

It’s back. Worse than ever. That simmering, almost unconscious anxiety about everything in the world. The unaccompanied children, thousands of them, at the Mexican border. Saving them from civil war and drug lords in their Latin American homes, their parents have sent...
Rebalance Part II – Energize Blog

Rebalance Part II – Energize Blog

It’s back. Worse than ever. That simmering, almost unconscious anxiety about everything in the world. The unaccompanied children, thousands of them, at the Mexican border. Saving them from civil war and drug lords in their Latin American homes, their parents have sent...
Reflections – Energize Blog

Reflections – Energize Blog

It was 372 days ago that we gathered as a family around our rectangular glass-topped dining room table in mid-town Toronto. We had moved into the condominium four days prior. The beds were made, the kitchen unpacked (though awaiting a new sink to fill the gaping hole...
Beware The Ides of March – Energize Blog

Beware The Ides of March – Energize Blog

I thought that I was done, for the time being, on themes related to International Women’s Day. I’m not. I am deeply troubled by trends I am witnessing in my personal and professional life. Trends in disturbing testimonials given by women navigating their career paths....
Small Privileges – Energize Blog

Small Privileges – Energize Blog

In my small triangle of Ontario, we have been awarded a new colour code in the continuum of pandemic restrictions. Our compliant behaviour and ascetic lifestyle have earned us privileges. Masked and sanitized, keeping our hockey stick distances, we have been granted...
Stay Home – Energize Blog

Stay Home – Energize Blog

The latest lockdown in Ontario has many of us confused, fearful and resolute. If you’re working from home and have young children requiring care, or school-aged children learning virtually, the burdens also engender anger and exhaustion. If you have loved ones in care...