I’m stuck. My list of things to do is long: projects to complete, data to analyze, emails to compose and send, marketing decisions to make, Spanish to learn, course material to prep, life in general to organize…yet here I sit, not doing any of those things. Sharing more on my blog is also on the […]
When I first saw The Reflection Issue of the CV Collective in hard copy, I was thrilled and a tad bit nervous. As guest editor for the this fall 2016 issue, I worked with the CVC team and 20 writers to help produce a magazine that reflects and embodies the spirit of the Collective, which is to Create, […]
The Sociable Scientists was recently nominated for two Business Awards of Distinction from Campbell River & District Chamber of Commerce. I am pleased to receive the nominations, and am now tasked with reflecting on and writing about what makes The Sociable Scientists uniquely qualified for the Social Enterprise and Community Spirit awards. The Chamber […]
I’ve been a Sociable Scientist for over three years! As the business continues to grow and evolve, we are updating the website and continuing to reflect on what we need to create, preserve, accept, & eliminate (thank you Marshall Goldsmith); what we’re doing well and what we need to work on. I get a lot […]
As you may or may not know about me, I started running one year ago as training for the #Frogger15 – a fundraiser run for Greenways Land Trust, a local stewardship organization in Campbell River, BC. I ran my first 15km ‘race’ (putting that word in quotations as the only person I was racing was […]
Week 23 – September 22, 2015 We did it!! And why it matters that we did!! Hi #Frogger15 friends and supporters! We did it!!! I did it!!! I was so excited and a bit anxious for Saturday morning’s Frogger 15. This was my first race since elementary school (25 years ago) so I really wasn’t […]
A Janice Johnson kind of day…
Quality time with my family & friends – it’s truly the best medicine to live, laugh and cry with those that unconditionally love me
A Jesse Ketler Kind of Day!
Learning something, coffee and conversation with friends and family, being outdoors, the 3 r’s (rest, relaxation and re-creation)
Vancouver Island Leisure Profiles
I’ve said it before and I will say it again: I love #VancouverIsland!! I feel absolutely blessed to be living in a community that offers so much diversity and supports my health and well being in ways that truly matter. I know spring is still officially a few days away but I think I have caught spring fever in a big way. If you were one of the people who saw me riding my bike yesterday evening, you would probably have noticed me grinning, singing, and soaking up the sweet island air.