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I am so pleased to have been nominated by my social media classmate and blogging pal Laura Cicchirillo for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award, the Liebster Award, The Irresistibly Sweet Blog Award and The Versatile Blogger. Laura’s blog is the witty and delicious My GI Journey: The Rise of a Gluten-Intolerant Health Nut. Visit her blog for its great … Continue reading

What’s in a Day?

The answer:  24 hours, or 1,440 minutes. Your job, family and friends. Working out, sleeping in. Breakfast, lunch and dinner, not to mention snacks and a latte or chai tea. Sometimes, though, somebody declares that a day has a special theme. Today is one of those days: April 16th is World Voice Day. World Voice … Continue reading

Pinterest: Not just for cupcakes anymore

Mashable describes Pinterest as “a social bookmarking site where users collect and share photos of their favorite events, interests and hobbies.” But Pinterest is growing fast, and changing even faster. No longer dismissed as a place to post your favourite cupcake recipe, Pinterest now has a growing professional following among its 48 million+ users. A new site design has recently been … Continue reading

Music as Medicine

“…silence is full of music” – Marcel Marceau, legendary French mime Gabrielle Giffords, former member of the US House of Representatives, lost the ability to talk as the result of injuries sustained in an attempt on her life in January 2011. The bullet caused severe damage to the speech centre in her left brain. She has … Continue reading

Roger Ebert, Voice of the Movies: 1942-2013

Beloved film critic Roger Ebert passed away yesterday at the age of 70. As the world mourns the loss of Ebert, who won a Pulitzer Prize for journalism in 1975, we recognize how much his highly regarded reviews helped us to see through the filmmaker’s lens more clearly: to celebrate and appreciate excellence, and to … Continue reading

It’s on you!

“An Open Letter to the Parent of a Child with Speech Delays,” recently published by Dana Neider on her blog, Uncommon Sense, is a trove of information for anyone who is, as she says, “newly on the road to AAC.” The background:  Dana’s daughter, Maya, is nearly five years old. Using her natural voice, Maya can … Continue reading

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