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.
In the mid-1980s, a British-born Canadian, Chris Czajkowski, built a cabin on a small part of the wilderness homestead of Jack and Trudy Turner, who … Read more
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
When I started this new web site, I personally resolved not to talk as much about mental health issues and to focus more on science … Read more
This week I read two extremely different books. Both gave me something to think about in terms of privilege and writing. This week I read … Read more
Lately I’ve been struggling with coming down from a bipolar high and dealing with all that comes along with that. I don’t even need to … Read more
What to do once you’ve reached a major goal? Make a new one.