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Inspired and Inspiring – Cecily Milne and The Yoga Element

By - Last updated: Friday, January 15, 2016

I fell in love with yoga because of Cecily Milne....she is a gifted teacher!! In her January 2016 newsletter, she shared a blog post she had written "Lessons from 2015" which she agreed I could share with you. I hope you enjoy it and understand why I see her as a gifted teacher in so many ways!! Enjoy!! Lessons from 2015 Every January I like to look back on the people and events that made the greatest impact on my life during the previous year— especially the teachers who shed light on everything I couldn’t see before. The past twelve months have been incredibly transformative, so having a record of what brought me to where I am now will not only be beneficial to me ...

Inspired and Inspiring – Valerie Pringle and Ryerson Lifeline Syria

By - Last updated: Wednesday, January 13, 2016

We received an email from Valerie Pringle this week and she has agreed I can share it with you.   Subject: Ryerson Lifeline Syria Update Happy New Year indeed! I wanted to give you the good news that the money you donated to our fund at Ryerson Lifeline Syria has been put to good use. The Al Hasan family arrived this weekend in Toronto.  They have moved into a 3-bedroom apartment at Hurontario and Burnamthorpe where there is a Syrian community.  They can walk to Square One, schools and the ESL centre. The Al Hasans ( Batal, Turkie and their four children; 20 year old Fusie, 17 year old Ali, 14 year old Rainia and 9 year old Nasimi) are from Aleppo but had to leave ...

Inspired and Inspiring….Initiating Coverage – Christiane Amanpour

By - Last updated: Thursday, January 7, 2016

"....girls need to know that good looks are who you are and what you're doing with your life; women don't need to think their life is over because they have a few well-earned lines." Christiane Amanpour

Interview with Jane. Advice for and Assistance to Other Women

By - Last updated: Thursday, November 20, 2014

I asked Jane when she considers her career in its entirety whether there is anything she would do differently.   She says: “No. Upon reflection, I’m pretty happy with where I’m at. Maybe in my twenties I would have been a little less blunt.  I softened with age, but in my twenties I may have been a little more blunt than may have been beneficial but that’s just part of being young but other than that, I’m pretty happy with my life in general and with my career.”   I asked Jane whether she makes a concerted effort to facilitate the success of other women in her workplace, industry, and community and if so, how so and I asked her for her advice for ...