My schedule slows down in the summer and I try to add some healthy habits. Sometimes they stick and sometimes… life happens. This summer’s focus is adding more fruits and vegetables. I love the Jean-Talon market in Montreal and thought I’d share some of its yummy goodness.
I don’t know. But I have some ideas, especially after a great interview with Paige Brown. She is conducting research on how people choose what to blog and impacts that it can have on the larger media landscape. Paige asked some great open-ended questions in the manner of guided introspection to get me thinking. I […]
This is my favourite graffiti so far in Montreal. There is more every time that I look at it. I walked around Montreal in the morning but still didn’t have the best light. I added the fog to decrease the impact of the cars – but it may have brought more attention to them. via 500px
Walking around Montreal this morning. Not the best light but I tried! via 500px
Happy Canada Day! (July 1) Yes, Canadians will apologize if you bump into them. (But I bet you do too – it’s not limited to Brits and Canadians). Sorry can mean a lot of things = true apology, preface to uncomfortable information, request for repeating information, and even getting mad. Check the tone when you’ve […]
Where has the time gone? I can’t believe that it is almost July. This post is to recognize the fact that I’ve been absent or doing the minimum lately. I’m sorry. I have no real excuse. I have been dealing with illnesses and doctor appointments and that takes a lot of energy but it has […]
I am lucky enough to work with some amazing people in an enrichment program for teens who love science. The leaders create activities to help students explore science in different ways. These exercises are usually more than the usual outreach or classroom activity – but they could be adapted to work within classrooms or for […]