4 Ways to Fill the Emptiness In Your Life

Power of Positivity is a wonderful place to find inspiration.  I constantly share their uplifting posts on facebook and enjoy the articles they share.  I hope you are able to pull from this article to learn something about yourself. Almost everyone feels empty at some point in their lives, but not many can pinpoint exactly why they feel this way. Most blame a lost...


The Orange Door Project

The Orange Door Fundraising is taking place now until October 9th.  Make a Difference.  Help us end youth homelessness. To read more about the project please visit: Home Depot


The Dry Life

The Globe and Mail shared an article that is top notch news!  Way to go! Despite the enduring impression that the young and fashionable like to party hard, increasing numbers are taking a pass on alcohol. Caitlin Agnew examines the new trend toward sober living. Caitlin Agnew The Globe and Mail Last updated: Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016 4:47PM EDT A few years ago, my aunt announced to the family...


5 Behaviors That Could Be Killing Your Confidence and How to Avoid Them

We all know what an advantage it is to be confident and how having self-confidence can make a huge difference in your professional, social, and personal life. Most of us have heard of some easy practices to help increase confidence, but it’s equally important to make sure you’re not unknowingly doing things that undermine your confidence. Here are 5 behaviors that could be killing your confidence...


3 Moves You Need to Stop Making if You Want to Be Happy Today (and Every Day)

Turning your day around simply by changing your mindset sounds simple, but what habits do you need to break to succeed? Some of the most harmful behaviors come naturally to us. You may not even know you’re doing them. Take a five-minute break to self-reflect and see if you can improve your life by making these three changes.   1. Stop Being Negative One of my favorite TED Talks by social...


Welcome to Becky Wells, our new Transitional Connector

Becky studied Criminology at Carleton University, as well as Community and Justice Services at Algonquin College. She has recently moved back to the HPE area from Ottawa, where she was a support worker for young women at risk of justice involvement and/or homelessness. Becky is very excited about her new role to help youth accomplish their goals and take some strain out of their lives by connecting...