THE CAREGIVERS' LIVING ROOM A Blog by Donna Thomson: Slivers of Time

I’ve been thinking lately that we caregivers experience our days in slivers of time. The byproduct of giving care is….interruptions.  Maybe our motto should be, “Wait, what?” When my children were younger and I was in the thick of intensive caregiving, I remember thinking that my idea of real luxury would be to accomplish one ...

Susan on the Soapbox: Who should govern in times of significant disruption?

Chris Kutarna says this is the best time in history to be alive.  We’re healthier, wealthier and better educated than at any other time in history…so why are we so miserable? Kutarna is a Fellow at the Oxford Martin School at Oxford University.  He argues we’re experiencing a second Renaissance—an amped-up version of the first ...

eaves.ca: When Industries Get Disrupted: Toronto Real Estate Boards Sad Campaign

As some of my readers know I’ve been engaged by the real estate industry at various points over the last year to share thoughts about how they might be impacted in a world where listings data might be more open. So I was saddened to read the other day about this misleading campaign the Toronto ...