Navigating grief and loss in a 5 part series: a rather taboo subject in society that encompasses much more than the death of a loved one.Keep reading
Like most people, I have found this last year to be incredibly difficult. I am a Director of Care and a Nurse. I am a published author, a yoga instructor, grief counsellor and a mom. I have travelled the world many times over, searched for myself, my home and my purpose. I have experienced several…Keep reading
I am a pretty avid fan of all things mental health. I’ve had a “fair bit” of wellness challenges-including burnout. I bring this up because I recently joined Clubhouse (find me @kimberhosen) and a lot of the conversations seem to end up speaking about burnout. I have a feeling I am not the only one…Keep reading
It would be impossible for me to convey how much I enjoy travelling. There is something about planes, trains and boats that just get me, something about the sights and smells of a new destination and about the opportunity to be immersed in a different vibe. I was able to take my young man to…Keep reading
As I entered the cockpit, one foot at a time, I remembered what my flight instructor had told me as he prattled off instructions and reminders. “Don’t touch anything” was my biggest test apparently. I am definitely not a pilot, yet. I have not had the myriad of hours nor the ground training to support…Keep reading
One thing that can be said unequivocally about the southern coast of France is that its beauty is only matched by its decadence. Every experience had in the region continues to top the last. From gorgeous seascapes to deliciously prepared fresh meals, it is truly an experience to enjoy and indulge in. From the moment…Keep reading
I have declared Bali to be in my (very long) list of places I will be sure to experience in my somewhere future. I have had it on my list for some time, mostly lured to the gorgeous beaches and laid back atmosphere. I had planned on going there when I lived in Australia, but…Keep reading
Ok, if you can get yourself to the Algarve, aka Southern Portugal any time between spring and late fall, you are in for a serious treat. The beaches along this coastline are world renowned, and I completely understand why. The water is incredibly blue and clear, the sand a beautifully hot sable, the air fresh…Keep reading
Or rather, the perils of not setting goals…. I had a hard time planning when I was younger. I was afraid to make goals because I was too afraid of failure, not meeting expectation, letting others (and myself) down. It was fine, it was safe, but it was not in the slightest bit satisfying. I…Keep reading
Cuba is one of those magical destinations that captures imaginations well after visiting it. I had the experience to live there for a time, and let me tell you it was very interesting. Cayo Coco has some incredibly beautiful beaches, complete with the whitest sands and the balmiest breezes. It is full of resorts for…Keep reading
One of many destinations I did not make it to whilst I was traveling through Europe is Monaco. I’ve been thinking about why, because I so love to tour and try out new countries, new cities, new coastlines, new foods, new people-just the whole experience. Really the only thing I can think of is that…Keep reading
I don’t mean the bedroom kind. Although I guess everything is relative. What I’m really interested in is figuring out what we are passionate about in our every day lives and our dream lives. Why is it we spend so much time on the “shoulds” instead of on the things that make our whole bodies…Keep reading
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