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Tap into the Team’s Inner GPS

Have you ever looked up at the sky and marveled at the majestic V-formation of Canada Geese as they migrate south for the winter? Their journey is a feat of navigation and a deeply inspiring example of working together. So how on earth do they do it?

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All the Feelings of Fall

This morning I woke up with a sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach that nothing will ever be the same. I go through this every year when I feel the temperature drop and the leaves start to fall. It brings out a feeling of melancholy that I just can’t seem to shake.

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My Least Favourite Question

This summer I have found myself lying on my back watching the clouds float by, much like I did when I was a kid. Allowing myself the time to daydream without a result or an agenda in mind is something that seems to have drifted away in my adult life.

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Rediscover your Inner Child

This summer I have found myself lying on my back watching the clouds float by, much like I did when I was a kid. Allowing myself the time to daydream without a result or an agenda in mind is something that seems to have drifted away in my adult life.

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Go Jump in the Lake

Every year I hear myself say, “The summer is so short, if only it was just a little bit longer.” It’s the Canadian dilemma. Of course we can handle ALL seasons, but there is something extra sweet about those long, lazy, and sunny afternoons.

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Peaceful Productivity

After an extended period of keeping our distance, we can’t help but miss the simple pleasures in life. I miss that sweet feeling of connection when I step through the door of a loved one, being greeted with a warm hug and a friendly smile.

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We are ALL in this together

Today my heart breaks for the world. At a time when we are feeling more disconnected than ever, I find it difficult that we are being held apart. I am a hugger, a hand-shaker and I’ve always been fond of how the French greet each other with a kiss on each cheek. And now, two meters is our new normal. It makes me sad.

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