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I was honoured as one of the Top 20 under 40 award winners of 2017 and I had an amazing time. I wrote down my thoughts for my speech, as I was emotional accepting this award and wouldn’t have been able to say them any other way.
The people I love were there, supporting me to accept an award for doing the thing I love the most – Chiropractic.
Damn … I am lucky ….
I am so incredibly grateful to be receiving this award tonight, in front of so many successful alumni and business people here, as well as in front of my loving family and best friends.
I believe I was meant to be a Chiropractor. When I graduated, I had the passion and drive to change the world and that passion and drive are as strong as ever today. I want to be a positive influence in people’s lives and help people from the inside out – from a philosophical approach that the human body is amazing and is capable of great healing.
As a sole female business owner and professional, there have been many challenges. My mistakes have taught me, and my successes have encouraged me. Hearing my patients tell me that they feel better than they have in years, they have their life back and that they are healing from all types of conditions… that it what inspires me to keep going.
I would not be where I am today without the support and love of the amazing people in my life. My parents have shown me hard work and fostered my independence. My husband has encouraged my self-confidence and loves me for everything that I am. My 6-month-old twins have helped me to develop patience, be more time efficient and have opened my heart up to a love that I never knew was possible.
To the judges and fellow award winners – thank you for choosing me as one of the winners honoured here tonight and thank you all for being incredible examples that our community continues to be in great hands for its’ future.”
I get it – there are so many things to think about when you have a new born baby. This is a really simple technique to implement to prevent having a mis-shaped head for your newborn. Check out my video of my son Jack and I explaining how to prevent a baby from getting a flat head.
Hope you enjoy!
It is that time of year where a lot of people are enjoying the game of golf. It is a game where a lot of people don’t realize that it can cause quite a strain to your body.
CTV came to my office yesterday to interview me with some tips for preventing golf injuries. You can click the picture below to watch my segment that was on the 6 o’clock news:
Here are some additional tips for you to avoid golf injuries:1) Keep your body strong with exercises and use preventative care for your body, such as Chiropractic and Massage.2) Learn proper techniques to avoid injuries. It is never to late to get a coach to help you improve the skills of the game.
3) Warm up properly – get your blood flowing by going for a walk, stretching and doing spinal mobility exercises before you play.
And if you sustain an injury at the start of your round of golf, be sure not to “play through the pain”. You can take a minor injury and create a more severe injury by not addressing it right away. Be sure to go to your local Chiropractor to be properly assessed.
We were lucky enough to be featured on a local photographer’s, Rachael Little, blog about our twin nursery. Check out our design and the article by clicking below. You can learn about my essentials for twin life and also see even more pictures of the nursery and me adjusting my little babes.
Click the link below to see the full article:
Our twins had diarrhea last week and were very uncomfortable with their feeds. It was very frustrating to see our little ones struggling. You can watch the video below to learn what we did to fix it.
This is for all you parents out there who are struggling with getting the best nutrition for their little ones. And please share with other parents that might need some ideas of things to do that can help.
** Note – if you are concerned about your little one’s health, always check with a doctor. This video is not intended to be a replacement for professional advice, diagnosis or treatment.