To Journey or To Finish, or Both

To Journey or To Finish, or Both

It’s amazing when you write where it can take you. True. Not every day looks or feels the same, and sometimes we just need to take a break from even the good stuff. Rest. And go at it again tomorrow. These days, more than ever, our personal and work time require care and balance, a thoughtful steadiness that is sustainable and brings out the best in each of us. May 2021 see us all rise to new occasions and opportunities. Fill our cup. Stay safe and well and kind.

Let’s Use Our Thoughts, Words, and Deeds for Good

Let’s Use Our Thoughts, Words, and Deeds for Good

It’s a sacred opportunity to rest, to connect more deeply to life, to ourselves and others, and to be an example to our loved ones including children of all ages, and to our community. Partnering with Hospice Georgina, we are giving away two of our beautiful e-books in the Hearts Linked by Courage collection. Our goal with this book series is to provide hope and encouragement through all the brave stories shared… It’s time now more than ever, to use our words, thoughts, and deeds for good. Words can inspire, build confidence, and even exude the warmth of an embrace. Let’s pass it on and pay it forward.

The Power of Our Shared  Journeys

The Power of Our Shared Journeys

It is often said that the journey of grief is different for everyone, and unique yet again to each loss we experience in our lives. I encourage those who are dealing with a loss of a loved one, regardless of relationship, person, or pet, that you take time for yourself to heal. Listen to your body. Rest it. Move it. Nourish it. Surround yourself with the support that is the healthiest for you . . .

I C Publishing Introduces Rod Urquhart, Author of Life Lines

I C Publishing Introduces Rod Urquhart, Author of Life Lines

Rod’s writing explores the edges of life. He talks about suffering in silence, and brings to light that many still do. Although there is much more dialogue around mental health, we still have a way to go. Kudos to Rod for unveiling these thought-filled and provocative words; and perhaps encouraging us as well to put pen to paper to explore our innermost thoughts, and heal.