Category Archive: Life lessons

She Cartwheeled Into My Life & Made Me A Superstar

Drawing inspiration from childhood memories. Here’s a goodie. Hope you enjoy. https://medium.com/age-of-empathy/she-cartwheeled-into-my-life-15fb95b73266?sk=49f1ec83a87805ea8a0407d5eecb1ae1 This was published in Age of Empathy on Medium. “At Age of Empathy, we are seeking high-quality creative non-fiction and personal… Continue reading

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The Truth About the Easter Bunny: A tale your kids will love, hope for & believe

Published in Modern Parent on Medium. This story is dedicated to my friend, Jenny, because she inspired me to write this story and renewed my belief in EB and wondrous things. If you’re… Continue reading

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21 Signs of a Bad & Scary Driver: Am I one of them?

Published in MuddyUm on Medium. This is another attempt at writing humour with some truth behind it. Hope you laugh. Drive safe this week and don’t worry—I won’t be on the road! My… Continue reading

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My First Race on Snowshoes: The Avalanche & the Bum Slide

Published in “In Fitness and In Health” on Medium. I’ve been waiting to submit to this fitness publication for a few months, but I couldn’t figure out which story to write for them.… Continue reading

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The Blonde and The Perfect Sandwich: Love at first bite

Published in P.S. I Love You on Medium. Here’s the back story on my experience with this publication as my writing journey on Medium continues. I submitted my first piece to them in… Continue reading

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Crying at the Workplace: Why Women Need a Space Space to Talk at Work

Published in Modern Parent on Medium. Get your cry out! It’s time to talk. This article has been published in Modern Parent on Medium, whose motto is: “Celebrating and supporting the guardians of the next generation.” Rebecca… Continue reading

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How do you clear the clutter? Tips & Thoughts from Modern Parent readers

Published in Modern Parent on Medium. Last week, I asked readers to submit tips and thoughts about decluttering and organization. Here’s what they said. Thank you to the readers and writers who participated.… Continue reading

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A Cookie, Cry & Conversation. Don’t Hold Back: Life lessons during Pandemic

Anyone else feeling “okay” but “not really okay” during the pandemic? I had this conversation with my son during spring break last year. This story is a follow-up to our talk, how the… Continue reading

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