The Old Road

Photo: Green Hill Provincial Park, from Tourism Nova Scotia website. In February 2011, I wrote a note reflecting on the drive between New Glasgow and my Mom’s place in Salt Springs. It is now known as the “old highway”. The newer twinned highway is where most of the traffic now flows. It leaves the old […]

My First Compact Disc

Heavy Metal and Hard rock dominated my cassette collection when my music holdings  welcomeed Compact Discs. Given my collection’s obvious favouritsm towards metal, many of my friends were shocked that Arrested Development’s 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of… would be the first disc I would own. The amount of hip-hop in my […]

This Is What Anxiety Feels Like

#ThisIsWhatAnxietyFeelsLike  If you are in Canada and browsing on #Twitter over Sunday, you would have noticed this hashtag trending. Stigma Fighters CEO Sarah Fader started up the conservation to get people talking some more about anxiety. It took me a second to realize that she brilliantly started this up. It was a conversation that caught viral […]

Hire an Editor

Editing Revising For me it may very well be one of the most enjoyable things about writing. For much of what I have worked on over the years, I’ve insisted on working the majority of any edits on my own. Mainly due to my own stubborn attitude and drive to make everything the best it […]