• Candace Gish

    Episode 515 with guest Brianna Coon

    As a virtual business consultant and a social media strategist Brianna Coon provides business owners with impactful services to make their work-life more enjoyable. Assisting you with all aspects of day-to-day business operations as wella building a social media and marketing strategy specifically tailored to your goals. With five years of experience in the real estate industry and many more in customer service, when it comes to the impact Brianna can create for you and your business, the possibilities are limitless!

  • Candace Gish

    Episode 513 with guest Jamie Blackburn

    Jamie Blackburn has worn many hats in her life: oyster shucker, science teacher, outdoor educator, school counselor, and ice cream scooper. But the job she loves most is what she does now… helping overwhelmed “explor-hers” findtime for self care so they prevent burnout, get reconnected with their “True Nature” and don’t miss out on life’s greatest adventures. Jamie offers workshops, wellness programs, and retreats through her business, the Inner MAP Project, which is based on the belief that Mindfulness, physical Activity, and mental Presence (MAP) keep us connected to ourselves. Jamie holds Master’s degrees in both Education Curriculum & Instruction and Counseling that she used while working in the public…

  • Winnie & Emaghea

    Episode 512 with guest Carolynne Melnyk

    Carolynne is a gifted teacher, spiritual coach and intuitive, who has always known there was more to life than which could be seen, understood or touched.  She is a professional educator with a B.Ed & MA with over 25 experience, an intuitive coach, a Spring Forest Qigong Trainer and healer and a shaman.  Over the years, she has guided many individuals to transform their lives using Qigong and a deeper understanding of the nature of thought.  This guidance has helped others deal with stress, anxiety, a major illness, grief and being overwhelmed by life. 

  • Candace Gish

    Episode 511 with guest Heather Driedger

    As a certified and licensed Health Coach Heather Driedger specializes in empowering women during transitionaltime menopause. Her ‘Applause for Menopause’ boutique online course offers natural and innovative solutions to address symptoms of perimenopause and post menopause. As an Alberta, certified teacher and published author Heather’s passion of teaching along with her intuitive coaching skills enables her to successfully empower women as they transition into greater wisdom.

  • Blogs

    7 Ways to Add Gratitude to Your Life

    “Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.” -Melody Beattie Creating a strong gratitude habit in your life when things are going well is like having insurance for the bad times. When life gets difficult, you will have a powerful antidote already in place to help you get through the tough stuff. There’s also a lot to be said for being mindful of our blessings during the good times. For one thing, we take more pleasure in them. It’s easy to ignore the small positive moments in our day as we rush between activities but stopping to appreciate those moments makes them…

  • Blogs

    Divas That Care About the Environment

    “I only feel angry when I see waste. When I see people throwing away things we could use.” -Mother Teresa Our focus this month is animals and care of the environment must be part of that discussion. Everything we do as humans has an impact on the other lives sharing this planet with us. However, the environment is a big topic and we certainly can’t cover it all in a short blog post. So, if we can agree that there’s an issue here, then what can we do individually and as small business owners to help?  An unexpected benefit of COVID has been the acceptance of working from home. Even…

  • Blogs

    Social Responsibility and Animals

    “Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” –Anatole France It’s easy to feel empathy for other humans because often we can relate our own experiences to theirs. However, being socially responsible can also mean being compassionate towards non-human animals.  Growing evidence suggests that feeling empathy towards animals can produce other positive behaviours such as caring for our environment. Did you know that in the US alone 7.6 million pets are surrendered to shelters each year? These vulnerable animals need help. If you’d like to make a difference in another life, supporting your local shelter is a good place to start.  Here are four ways…

  • Blogs

    Gratitude When the Future Looks Cloudy

    “At times, our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.” – Albert Schweitzer November is traditionally known as a month to show our gratitude. In the northern hemisphere it’s the end of the harvest and a time to pause. Little wonder that Remembrance Day (Canada), Veteran’s Day (U.S.) and the U.S. Thanksgiving are celebrated in November. But 2020 has sometimes made it difficult to find that place of gratitude inside ourselves. Because of COVID and the separation it has caused most of us feel some…

  • Joyce Benning

    Episode 510 with guest Kate Neligan

    Kate Neligan is an equine-partnered coach, healer, and animal communicator whose life’s work is devoted to the human-animal bond. Kate pairs her intuitive gifts with those of the horses to help people access their own inner power and connect to their life purpose. Kate has been a best-selling author, TEDx speaker, corporate marketing VP, and Huffington Post writer. She has a Master’s in Spiritual Psychology and is certified in Equine Experiential Education. In equine coaching sessions, she facilitates life-changing transformation with horses and humans around the country. In animal communication sessions, she bridges humans and their beloved pets for conversations and healings that spark positive change.

  • Candice Smiley

    Episode 509 with guest Kristen Vaccher

    Kristen Vaccher – I have alopecia and I have for 19 years. I wear wigs daily. I lost my hair when I was 13 years old and have gone through most of my life without hair. There have been ups and downs in the hair loss experience but I want to share my story so that other people going through hair loss will not feel alone in their struggle.