Monthly Archives: September 2013

Clear the clutter. Clear your mind.

A close and beloved relative of mine is a collector. He has difficulty throwing things away and to a lesser extent makes it difficult for others to throw their own things away. Family members have considered an intervention – perhaps … Continue reading

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September: Time to review our routines

As our children settle into the rhythm and routines of a new school year, they begin with fresh notebooks, new pens, empty lockers and clean desks. The rest of us are adjusting to their new schedules for driving and mealtimes, … Continue reading

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Is the Golden Rule just a guideline?

If I wrote an entry in The Book of Awesome, it would recall those magic moments when everything comes together in the restroom. Your call from nature brings you to this shared private public place and you find the door … Continue reading

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Burnaby Family Doctors at the Rhythm of Life

Burnaby Family doctors showed their support of our community and the Burnaby Hospital Foundation at Sunday’s Rhythm of Life Run & Walk. It was a fun event for everyone and we look forward to an even bigger team next year! … Continue reading

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The Rhythm of Your Life

  When doctors talk about rhythm, we’re usually referring to the heart. As we check your pulse and listen to your heart, we make note of the rate (Is it fast or slow?) and the rhythm (Is it regular or … Continue reading

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