A Week of Doing Nothing

A standard greeting in Newfoundland is “Whatchat?” Translated as “What cha at?” Or “What are you doing?” The standard response is “Nuttin”, Nothing. Come to think of it, that’s a standard greeting and answer, just about everywhere, with appropriate variations on spelling and pronunciation. Continue reading “A Week of Doing Nothing”

Mindset Decisions

This post is sponsored by Metabolic Mindset. All content and opinions are my own.

“So often, we pretend we’ve made a decision, when what we’ve really done is signed up to try until it gets too uncomfortable” — Jen Sincero, You are a Badass

Decisions have a way of creeping up on you.

As 2018 was ending I had my regular mammogram and my annual doctor’s visit. In December I got a call to go to the hospital for another mammogram and an ultrasound. The radiologist wanted to take another look at a cyst that had abnormalities. While things were OK, I would need to go back in 4 months for another set of tests.

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Creating a New Metabolic Mindset

This post is sponsored by Metabolic Mindset. All content and opinions are my own.

I first met Geoff Vacon of Metabolic Mindset when we were both working at a retail store in the fall of 2018, and I immediately recognized him as “one of my people”.  I found out that he was from Halifax, and living in Moncton while he was taking a course to become a paramedic, and we had a lot of friends in common.

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Rehab One Performance Center

This post is sponsored by Rehab One Performance Center. The content and opinions are my own.

One of the best things about having my own blog is that I to choose with whom I work. That’s why I’m so pleased to be able to share my experience as a client of Rehab One Performance Center. Continue reading “Rehab One Performance Center”

A Pressing Engagement

I have had annual mammograms for about the last 10 years. I started them early because of my mother’s history of breast cancer, and the way it snuck up on all of us when she was in her early 40’s. I will tell the story of that journey another time. Suffice it to say that when my doctor suggested that I start having this procedure, I took it seriously. Continue reading “A Pressing Engagement”