Living Well Blog
Welcome Fall: A Season for Changes
After an exciting September, which saw the Sport Medicine Clinic return to their home base on the 36th floor of the TD Tower, we’re ready to fully embrace the start of fall. We’ve...
The Cook and the Baker

Ah… to cook or to bake? That is the question. I quite enjoy both. Though they are quite different, and I do in the end prefer one over the other.

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Okay. It’s Monday. So, let’s keep things simple and definitive: Yes, measurement matters. I’ve been talking about how meaningful measurement is in my Exercise Fundamental pieces:...
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Mental Health Week
Last week was Canadian Mental Health Week, so this week, we’ve included some ways that have helped us stay happy, healthy, and informed. Physical distancing can be very isolating, but this...
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Happy Mother's Day
Today, we celebrate the most important women in our lives – our mothers, mother in laws, grandmothers, wives, partners, daughters… But this year, Mother’s Day won’t be...
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Mother's Day can be bittersweet
Mother’s Day is tough for some of us. Maybe you’re struggling to conceive. Perhaps you recently lost or are losing a parent. Maybe you’re estranged from your mother. Maybe you...
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The Weekend. Take it Seriously.
Is there are clear distinction between “The Week” and “The Weekend” in your life? There are so many reasons why having a clear separation, a notable difference is...
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Adversity and Breaking Ground
As many bright young women do, in her mid-20s Elizabeth Blackwell wanted to go to medical school. One of her dearest friends suffered from a terminal illness and confided in Elizabeth that she...
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The Power of Pausing
Barclay Hollinger, a long-standing Personal Trainer at the TAC, is treating what he calls a “forced pause” as a positive challenge. He has developed structure and simple goals to...
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