Going forward, a world without creative types will have many businesses pivoting and navigating a paradigm shift.
As I sit here, holding the doll and making that difficult decision to let go of a small part of my sons’ childhood, one memory grips me.
We should be thinking of ourselves as custodians, or curators, of our things. Not every “thing” is a piece of consumer waste.
Saying goodbye to a year that has changed the world for most of us.
I have a thrift store problem. I love hunting for treasures at the Goodwill. However, there are some things that have gotten away.
Tune into The Road Home on CKUA Radio for a treat this weekend. Host Bob Chelmick is featuring spoken word readings from the anthology Life of Pie. He’ll be reading …
Staying home now doesn’t just mean not getting ill with the coronavirus, it also means saving lives. Last week, I asked you to write stories of people, places or things …
I was walking to pick up a prescription from a downtown Edmonton store on Thursday when I heard shouting. Another pedestrian (two metres away from me) was yelling at a …
WBUR Modern Love is looking for stories about love in the time of coronavirus. It’s collecting anecdotes via voice memo. I sent one in. Have a listen here.
There are stories embedded in our bodies.