Author: Christine

Workshop: The (Short) Story of You – March 31, 2021

I’m thrilled to be working with Business & Arts NL and artsUNITE / UNITÉ des arts to help artists of all kinds ease their stress around writing bio statements. It seems like artists are pretty comfortable expressing themselves in all…

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January = Encouragement

I’m actually about encouragement all year round but I have been doing some extra writing on this topic this month. If you are trying to establish consistent habits for fitness (or anything else), I hope that my ‘Go Team!’ series…

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World Kindness Day? Oh, hell yeah!

On World Kindness Day, I dare you to focus on self-kindness instead of self-discipline, and I welcome you to let yourself and others ‘off the hook.’

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My ‘Most Important Thing’ about storytelling

At the end of October, I had a great Zoom chat with the magnificent Erin Rodgers about storytelling for her ‘Most Important Thing’ series. I’m a fast talker and this is no exception and I’m sorry about the lighting but…

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Feeling Stuck? Get specific with my latest CBC-NL Article

When my head starts to spin from the details of my work or when I find myself putting a task off over and over, getting specific is the only way to save my brain from shutting down. Find out how…

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Rebuilding My Website

Hey Team, Things went awry with my website a while back and I took the straightforward route to fixing it – deleting the whole thing and starting over. So, all of my old content is gone and I am slowly…

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My troubles with tracking

I post at Fit is a Feminist Issue on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month. Even though I know that it is a good idea to track fitness and wellness-related things, I struggle with the mechanics of doing…

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Juggling – Literally and Metaphorically

I’ve been writing a series of articles for CBC-NL about transferable skills – learning how a set of practices from a given profession can be useful to anyone. In my most recent post, I interviewed James Burke, a circus performer,…

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One Step at a Time – CBC-NL

My joyful friend Elaine Dunphy had some great tips for how to have fun with a dance practice, I spun them into some general advice for having more fun in our regular lives. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/elaine-dunphy-nia-dance-1.5683127

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Storytelling is more than entertainment

Stories are fun to listen to but they have a far greater power. A strong stories builds an emotional connection that helps us understand each other. I had a chat with some of my favourite storytellers just in time for…

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