This past weekend I read Lynn Martel’s new book, Stories of Ice, and really enjoyed the focus on glaciers of western Canada and the adventure, … Read more
Though we sometimes denigrate online versus in person communities, it is possible to be part of a caring and inclusive online community.
Lately I’ve been having trouble writing. Maybe I can find my way back by writing about my father, whom I lost in July.
Sometimes having a chronic illness means you can’t reach the goals you’d planned for, and you have to put them off for a while.
Tipping points are critical in environmental systems, but also in our personal lives.
Gardening is a great combination of therapy and tactile results, especially when you get to eat the garden’s bounty.
Lately I’ve been having problems writing, and it’s all related to how my brain is working – or not.
Last month, the federal government tabled their report on Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID). They had worked to incorporate some changes to the original document … Read more
A few years ago I wrote about the “spoonie” hypothesis. Basically it defines individual spoons as units of energy, and notes that each person is … Read more
Recently I had in interesting discussion on Twitter about neurodiversity and science communication. Someone had shared an article about how the academy needs to recognize … Read more