Author Archives: Djanka Gajdel

Politically Homeless

So here we are, another election. We’ve hardly had time to exhale. Small businesses are moving forward carrying an additional debt load of $200k, parents are panicked about whether their kids will be in class. We’re dealing with waves of variants; inflation is rising and now an election. WTF?  Like everything else coming out of […]

Face Everything And Rejoice

The toxicity we consume from forever chemicals to plastics is ridiculous. Still, fear is the most poisonous thing we devour, negatively impacting every aspect of our well-being. We ingest a substantial dose of fear daily. It is ego’s jet fuel placing it in the driver’s seat, steering our behaviour outside of who we authentically are. […]

Soleless

I don’t typically start my blogposts with “what were you thinking,” but when it comes to middle-aged women, their feet and shoes, this is the only starting point there is. With things now opening up, I received an invitation to a designer shoe sale. There wasn’t one pair of shoes for me in a 50,000 […]

Size Matters

Unless you have the eyes of a Marvel comic book superhero, you’re not able to read the directions on the side of a bottle of medication of any type these days.The pandemic had me on screens and reading more than usual, straining my eyes.  What aggravated the situation was attempting to read what is written […]

Imagine

I received a video some time ago of world leaders singing the words to John Lennon’s song, “Imagine.” The message illustrates what could be but isn’t. That got me thinking. What if Donald Trump suddenly experienced an iota of enlightenment. What would that look like in a parting note to Americans?  “My amazing and fantastic […]