Knowing Yourself

The last couple of days have been a real "glass half full, glass half empty" internal debate week for me.  That type of chaos in my self-talk usually means it's time to rebalance my Feng Shui.  Do I study Feng Shui, well not really, I have researched some aspects of it but I can't really say … Continue reading Knowing Yourself

Providing Detail is Not Attacking

I grew up with a disability in a very different time.  There were no programs, no regulations, etc. there was just you, your family and your community.  There was no socialized medicine, accessible building codes or educational inclusion.  From a societal point of view we were just coming out of that age of "The Secret … Continue reading Providing Detail is Not Attacking

You Call This a Break

The Premier of British Columbia, Christy Clark, made much adieu this past week regarding increases to disability income assistance.   In the Budget speech the provincial Finance Minister, Michael DeJong, stated "This won’t eliminate the challenges those living with disabilities face, and it won’t suddenly make life easier, but we hope it will make life … Continue reading You Call This a Break