While waiting for a client in Club Monaco last month, I wandered into the women’s clothing section to kill some time. There was a cute little suit jacket on the rack that, upon further inspection, I deemed too large for me.
Added by Leah Morrigan on September 29, 2011 at 8:29am — No Comments
Because I work with men who most likely have not had the opportunity to experience colour like women have, I like to introduce my clients to colour in a language they will likely understand, through science. Seeing colour as physics, or solar radiation, gives men an opportunity to appreciate…Continue
Added by Leah Morrigan on September 22, 2011 at 11:42am — No Comments
Last week, the suicides of two NHL players inspired part 1 of the men and suicide series. In it, I discussed depression, suicide, and the masculine code of silence which ultimately acts as a muzzle on men and boys, keeping them from freely expressing their feelings, and putting them at emotional and physical risk.
In an attempt to cast a light on this topic and begin a…Continue
Added by Leah Morrigan on September 15, 2011 at 4:25am — No Comments
The hockey world has been rocked by the deaths of three players in the last four months. In May, 28-year-old New York Ranger, Derek Boogaard, was found dead of an overdose of alcohol and painkiller, oxycodone. August saw the deaths of former Winnipeg Jet, Rick Rypien, 27, and 35-year-old forward/defence man and former Maple Leaf, Wade Belak. Both apparently hung themselves. All young men made…Continue
Added by Leah Morrigan on September 8, 2011 at 7:41am — No Comments
It’s September 1st and the bus is taking a turn down Autumn Avenue. Toronto has had an excruciatingly hot summer this year and I for one welcome the change in season. It’s almost time to get out the woolens, add a blanket to the bed, put on a sweater in the evening, and pull on a pair of socks.
Canadians live through complex seasonal changes and our weather goes to extremes. Canadians have seasonal wardrobes appropriate to each season, but some of us go to extremes…Continue