Feel Like A Kid Again!

Coloured MandellaIt is getting close to Christmas time again so you might have thought that the title of this newsletter was about making your wish list for Santa.  Although that would be an interesting activity it is not what I planned on sharing with you today.  Instead I want to share with you the fun and benefits of one of my favourite childhood past times.  Did you know that colouring has become a popular past time for adults as a stress reliever and a tool to release our creative juices.  I never thought I would be spending an enjoyable evening with my 90 year old father colouring or with my 50+ girlfriends as our girls night out activity. The most amazing thing is that I never would have expected to have an  “Ah Ha” moment while colouring. 

Harmonics Of Healing 4 Friday Eve Jan 23rd and all day Saturday Jan 24th


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Harmonics of Healing 4


A Retreat for Women to

Rest, Reflect, Revive

Friday Evening, January 23, 2015  7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
 and Saturday, January 24, 2015  9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
200 Collip Circle, London Ontario.

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Tickets: $147.00(Includes delicious and nutritious lunch and snacks.)Back by popular demand: 

Individual Holistic Healing Sessions–

Free for the First 24 Tickets Sold!

Moving Outside Our Comfort Zone!


Live Life and Enjoy!

Live Life and Enjoy!


I came to the realization recently that I can do more than I thought I could.  I can push myself and I can enjoy more of life than I have.  I no longer need to live in a place of fear.  That is right – I realized that my fear was hindering my enjoyment of life.  

Does Your Cup Runneth Over?

My Bowl of Plent

My Bowl of Plent

Earlier this month we celebrated my son’s 21st birthday and it made me stop and realize how quickly time passes.  Milestones such as his recent birthday, always seem to be a time for reflection and remembering.  Remembering our little baby so cute and innocent.  Remembering how grateful I was to be his mother and the wonder of bringing another life into this world.  Reflecting upon the way we brought him up.  The things we did or didn’t do.  What was helpful and what things may not have been the best.  Looking back and reflecting on these things provides me the opportunity to see what lessons we could learn from all we have done.  Did we learn from these lessons?  What did we learn and how did we apply that new knowledge.