This week my mom has turned 60 and next week she retires from work. It’s a big year for this gal, and we’re having a party to celebrate. After all, she’s a pretty fabulous woman. My mom went back to school when I was pretty young, and one of my earliest memories with with her … More Props For My Mom
In the past 24 hours I’ve travelled from the southwest to the northeast corner of North America. My neck hurts. I haven’t had a full night’s sleep in days. And I’m smiling. In the past week I have dove the waters of San Diego Bay, swam in the Pacific ocean, taken jump shots at the … More From Coast to Coast: Crossing North America in 24 Hours
The things you do for a pay cheque. Pick the two worst weather capitals of Canada and then find a job that sends you there every winter. Welcome to my life. (OK. It’s actually pretty good) By day I work for a wild and wonderful group called Enactus. This new generation of entrepreneurial leaders form … More Traveling across Canada … in the winter?
Two thousand and fourteen is going to be a hard year to top but as an homage to this incredible year, here are my favourite memories from the adventures of 2014… Bahamas Starting off a Canadian winter in the Bahamas is always the right idea. We found the smallest town on the tiniest island and … More The Adventures of 2014
I don’t know what it is about statues but I love them. It’s impossible for me to pass a bronzed or marbled or any sculpted shape without climbing it, mimicking it or getting my picture taken with the immortalized soul. I am sure some psychiatrist could dismantle my obsession with ease but I can’t figure … More What is it about statues?