January 21, 2011

Day 114: Traffic Jam at every Turn

I moved from Toronto to Vancouver just over 4 years ago. I still travel to Toronto for business and to visit family a number of times […]
January 18, 2011

Day 111: A Mexican Holiday with a Great Ending

My Mexican holiday is over today and it’s time to head to the cold weather in Toronto on a little business before heading home to Vancouver. […]
January 16, 2011

Day 109: Should You Just Hand Out Pesos?

Things have changed since the last time I was in Mexico. The locals who sold their beaded bracelets and necklaces to the “turista’s” (tourists) on the beach are no longer […]
January 5, 2011

Day 98: Following My Own Advice

Sometimes I have to go back and revisit my wise words I share through 365give. Just 4 posts ago under the title Happy New Year from […]
January 4, 2011

Day 97: Parenthood

Before I became a Mom I used to work somewhere between 60 – 100 hours a week on my event production business. There were times I thought I […]
January 2, 2011

Day 95: Social Vibe

I am always researching ways to make giving easy for 365give and for you. I recently came across a site called SocialVibe that will do just that. All […]
January 1, 2011

Day 94: What New Mom Really Needs!

I will never forget what it’s like to be a Mom with a newborn. Your world is rocked in ways you can never imagine. All the […]
December 31, 2010

Day 93: The Gift of Christmas

It’s over. As fast as it was Christmas in the Way house it is officially over. The visiting company is gone, the decorations down and put […]
December 30, 2010

Day 92: The Spirit of Mothers

One of the greatest gift you receive by blogging are the people that you connect with both face to face and via the net. The Mom’s […]
December 29, 2010

Day 91: Even the Small Things Count

I am fast approaching my 100th day of giving and realized I have been forgetting something very simple about my GIVES. The basic premise to 365give – that […]
December 27, 2010

Day 89: Wikipedia Needs Us!

For those of us over the age of 40 – do you remember using an encyclopaedia? We had to actually take hours of research time going through books, libraries, and magazine articles […]
December 26, 2010

Day 88: We Wish You a Merry Christmas….

We Wish you a Merry Christmas… We Wish you a Merry Christmas… And a Happy New Year! Christmas Day is always a time of reflection for […]
December 25, 2010

Day 87: Bright Nights

“Get in the spirit of the Holidays – take a train ride through our forest transformed with two million twinkling lights, see the animated displays and […]
December 24, 2010

Day 86: The Gift of Giving

I have been involved in the not-for-profit world for almost 20 years. Both through my business and as a volunteer. I feel honoured to have worked with […]
December 21, 2010

Day 83: The Christmas Card Challenge

It’s just 5 days to Christmas and I have yet to prepare my Christmas cards. In the past, 2 weeks before Christmas I would sit down […]
December 20, 2010

Day 82: The Modern Day Santa Claus

Today I get to play Santa Claus. I wanted to share with you how it feels to bring some joy to another persons life over the […]
December 19, 2010

Day 81: “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”

This is a challenging post for me to write as I feel my girlfriend Joanne should be writing it – it is her GIVE not mine. I attended […]
December 15, 2010

Day 77: The Simple Things

My mission with 365give is to inspire people to find ways to do simple things in their lives to give back to the world every day. It’s […]
December 14, 2010

Day 76: How to Receive

This post is an unusual one. It’s about receiving as well as giving. When I started 365give my dear friend Anna who was the catalysis to helping me get 365give […]
December 13, 2010

Day 75: A Festival of Lights

One the great things about blogging are the people I have contact with that I may have never had the opportunity of meeting otherwise. Even better, I get […]
December 10, 2010

Day 72: St. Elizabeth House

For the past few months I have been collecting and sorting children’s clothes from many of my “Mom” friends in my community. I had many conversations […]