My jaw was sore. The meat sweats were setting in. The implacable pace I had been setting didn't stop, but I'd be lying if I said it didn't waver. The only thing keeping my teeth moving was the dread that if I didn't finish, it would all be for nothing. I'm no dietician, but I doubt that's a good reason to eat a meal which you weren't sure on first glance would even fit inside you.
Being a good parent isn't always about supporting your child in their endeavours no matter what. Was it better that we showed our children our support even though we knew the probable outcome, or would it have been a more prudent decision to have been honest with them from the outset, saving them from wasting time and worse -- the inevitable disappointment of failure?
It was a regular Friday night at a local Vancouver bar. That is, until it was time to use the bathroom. There Vancouverite
After a long weekend and a short week, there was a lot in my inbox to review. Here are the five things that caught my attention this week.
For many, the holidays mean family gatherings and talking to people of all ages. If you're usually the parent trying to decode
My Canada, a generation ago, was a true world leader and a model society. But 30 years later, while our country claims high rates of obesity and large carbon footprints, other nations have started to steal the podium of the global innovation race from us.