Teachings From My Mat (As A Yoga Teacher In Training)

In short, here's what was going on in my day-to-day in April 2021: not much. I'd just finished the last of my coursework for university and was awaiting the arrival of a highly expensive yet flimsy (and yes, invaluable) piece of paper in the mail - my diploma. I was back to practicing yoga and... Continue Reading →


Community is more than a geographical segment on a map or the sum of individuals who inhabit a shared space in a given location. Community is an inherently social construct; it encapsulates norms, values, customs, identities that are common between people who might otherwise not be associated with one another. While this bridge can be... Continue Reading →

Reconciliation Through Restoration

A while back, I shared my reflections on truth and reconciliation after taking an interdisciplinary course on matters of mass atrocity and overcoming collective trauma. International in scope, but with a focus on the current Canadian context, I had an opportunity to explore different approaches to justice and truth seeking, ways of resolving/healing from harm,... Continue Reading →

Work From Home Like a Pro

I wouldn't say that I’m a ‘pro’ at anything, least of all working from home. I am however completing full-time university studies online. It seems that my self-disciplined nature, independence, passion for learning, and strong drive make me well suited for remote work. It’s easy to love the added flexibility and comfort of working online/from... Continue Reading →

How Walking Every Day Has Changed My Life

It's true that the darkest nights often give way to the brightest days. The COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic has certainly shrouded the world in darkness. While my family and I have been fortunate enough to maintain connection and well-being to a much greater extent than many people within our community and around the world, life has... Continue Reading →

COVID Contemplation

Whoever you are, wherever you are, whatever you do...there's little doubt that these last couple of months (has it really been months, already?!) have been different than they would typically be, at least in some small way, as a result of the global COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. The world has been turned upside down and inside... Continue Reading →

Reflections on Truth + Reconciliation

With mid-terms and assignments well underway, I haven't given much thought to the Fall semester beyond checking my final grades. However, my family recently asked to read the paper I submitted for my Truth and Reconciliation course. It was definitely one of my favourite courses to date, partly because it was taught in an interdisciplinary... Continue Reading →

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