Motivation

Resilience: Holding Your Life Together

Covid-19 has tested the Resilience of everyone. Are you holding your life together, pivoting, and coming out stronger? What is about adversity that brings out the best in some, but the worst in others?

Preparing for Post-Covid Opportunities

Emerging from the “She-Cession”. Five ways to prepare for the post-covid expansion. It’s time to evaluate where we are with work, money, wardrobe, habits, pace of life.

At Home Workouts

By Contributor Tracy Fu, Crossfit Athlete With the ongoing restrictions on gyms, group fitness and team sports, many of us are finding it challenging to stay committed to our physical wellness.  Since most of us are working from home, the line between work hours and...
New Years Resolutions

New Years Resolutions

By Mélanie Préfontaine-Darius - Communications Can you believe this year is almost behind us? Throughout this challenging year, we have adjusted to...

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The Colour Green

The Colour Green

In colour psychology, the meaning of the colour green is balance, harmony and growth. It is a great balancer of the heart and the emotions, creating equilibrium between the head and the heart.

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Wisdom From Eagles

Wisdom From Eagles

Nature has provided us with countless examples of Leadership, like the ones observed in the majestic Eagle. Eagles are the only birds that do not flock, simply because they fly at an altitude other birds were not designed for. The moment you choose to spread your Eagle wings, you suddenly find yourself soaring, solo. It can be lonely at the top!

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The Colour Red

The Colour Red

In colour psychology, the meaning of the colour red is energy, passion, action, strength and excitement. It exudes a strong and powerful masculine energy, is energizing and excites the emotions and motivates us to take action.

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The Psychology of Colour (yellow)

The Psychology of Colour (yellow)

In colour psychology, the meaning of the colour yellow revolves around sunshine. It evokes feelings of happiness, positivity, optimism, and summer but also of deceit and warning. If you are going through a lot of change in your life you may find you can’t tolerate the colour yellow very well, at least for now.

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Walking Works

Walking Works

A study done through Iowa State University concluded that a walk, regardless of the initial reason for going on one, increased a persons mood.  According to psychologists, a 10-minute walk can be just as good as a 45-minute workout, when it comes to relieving stress and anxiety. They go as far as to say that a brisk walk can provide several hours of relief and compare it to taking an aspirin for a headache! How incredible!

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