Proudly Canadian
Canada Day. The national day of Canada. On July 1st we celebrate the anniversary of the enactment of the Constitution Act in 1867, which brought the colonies of Canada (which split into Ontario...
Habits during challenging times
Habits. Whether healthy or unhealthy, they are created the same way: by repeating an action until it becomes a pattern. When life is relatively smooth, structure and routine are robust and it...
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It's not too late.
Hindsight: the insightful, clever guest who arrives to your party far too late. Refuse to let them in. They will leave you with a nasty hangover. Instead – meet Hindsight on the porch, where...
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Recipes to help you transition from summer to fall
September is just around the corner. And with it, comes the beginning of fall and the dreaded back to school season. This year, things feel strange. For many of us, our schedules are about to be...
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What does it mean to struggle?
I won’t speak for you (though I think many – if not all – of you will agree) but the last 5 months have been a struggle for me. I’ve struggled with not seeing friends and...
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World's Toughest Race
I finally reached my breaking point last week. Too many people in my life sent me the trailer for World’s Toughest Race for me to ignore the show any longer. So, I dove in. Neither the...
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I.T. Band Encore...
As we posted last Monday, the I.T. Band isn’t actually a rock band. The iliotibial band is a long, thick piece of connective tissue that runs down the outside of your thigh. It’s...
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The Pandemic Sprain/Strain
Many of our patients have had to change their work setting over the past 5 months – transitioning to work from home, or an altered office space they aren’t used to. This has resulted...
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Roger's Rooftop Tennis Match
In some – I think many – pockets of this world, there are people who are finding small windows of opportunity; not despite, but because of the pandemic. They channel their creativity,...
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