Nature’s Tenacity – Energize Blog

Nature’s Tenacity – Energize Blog

     One of my journal entries from last week began as follows: “Good morning pages and world of water and wildlife from cabin 20. I am up and I slept well. The constant sound of the water rolling up onto the shoreline rocks, and then falling back into the lake, is a...
Rat Feed – Energize Blog

Rat Feed – Energize Blog

     This past week, I realized that an unconscious side effect of COVID’S second wave has been that I have re-narrowed my world. And that has depleted my energy. All the while, I seem to be keeping somewhat busy and occupied. Doing the same things, the same way, with...
New Norm – Energize Blog

New Norm – Energize Blog

     It’s now been more than five months since anyone in my circle has been in their office. Since anyone has been face-to-face with their colleagues and clients, other than via a screen. Since anyone has been close enough to another, other than their immediate bubble...
Pop Goes The Knee

Pop Goes The Knee

I recently spent three days at my favourite wellness retreat. It is situated on a large piece of land on the shore of a small, clear spring-fed lake. The only disturbances on the water are loons, the occasional canoe, or the ripple from a silent gliding paddleboard....
Words In Action

Words In Action

The idiom or proverb, “action speaks louder than words” is hundreds of years old.  In its earliest form in the Book of John, it suggests that saying you love someone is not the same as doing things for them, “My little children, let us not love with word or with...
The Found Sixties

The Found Sixties

In my experience, it’s never too late to change. Cliched as that may sound, the notion that a leopard can never change its spots feels like a life sentence to me. When I hear it from others, whether it’s in my capacity as a friend, relative or coach, I am triggered to...