“The Learning Village: Six Word Stories by Our Children”

My brother-in-law, “Mr. B” volunteered to teach the children of our families educational lessons during the pandemic. “The Learning Village” (our online school, named by his 9 year old daughter) is comprised of… Continue reading

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Family, Friendships and Love Relationships in Six Words

Family, friendships and love relationships deliver love, heartbreak, happiness, sorrow, conflict and understanding. If I reflect on the past, sometimes I understand the meaning behind my struggles and challenges I face today, knowing… Continue reading

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“My Bubble World and COVID-19”

When I saw a photo of my friend dressed head to toe in black with her face mask, plastic gloves, baseball cap and sunglasses, I laughed. Her text read “I’m ready to go… Continue reading

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Embracing Change to Make a Difference in Six Words

Marching onwards, I continue to reflect, transition and embrace change even if it scares me. Change is a life-long process. Facing my fears is personal growth for mind, body and soul. Six word… Continue reading

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Beauty, Self Care & Love for Others in Six Words

I continue to self-reflect, take time for self-care and transition. Six word stories tell my truth. Cherish the basics – sleep, water, sunshine. Be true, give freely to others. Take pleasure in moments… Continue reading

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Reconnecting with my 1979 Grade 3 teacher featured in “Teacher Magazine” By Mary Chang

This is a story of how I reconnected with my 1979 elementary school teacher after four decades. It describes the emotional connection that transpires between a student and teacher and how it empowers… Continue reading

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My Self Mantras In Six Words

For 2020, I promise myself to take time to contemplate what matters most to me. Managing the precarious balancing act of parenting, relationships, fitness, work and the chaos that comes with everyday living… Continue reading

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Why I Exercise in Six Words

Exercise: Activity requiring physical effort, carried out to sustain or improve health and fitness. Since January 2019, I’ve been challenging myself to train harder to exceed my usual limits in the realm of… Continue reading

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Why I Write in Six Words

The first sentence I published appeared in the book “Six Word Memoirs on Love and Heartbreak by Writers Famous and Obscure.” Famous: Dan Savage, Elizabeth Gilbert and Janice Dickinson. Obscure: Me. “Six Word Memoirs”… Continue reading

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