It has been a busy couple of weeks! We had our holiday weekend up here in Canada, followed by some sudden energy into another project I'm working on. As a result, it turns out to have been 10 days since I posted here! Later on, I'll be posting about some resiliency-building work we've been doing … Continue reading 52 Weeks, 52 Books – Book 15
Photo by Min An on Pexels.com If you've ever studied building construction, bridge construction, or just about anything else that is manufactured today you will be familiar with the concept of trusses. These are building components that consist of interconnected parts that work together to form one cohesive part of the building. Most commonly you … Continue reading Building Resiliency
It's always nice when you start to see the fruits of your labour pay off. A while back, I announced a partnership with the Stanstead House Concert Network. Well, the first step in that partnership is complete with a second on the way. We are now offering Road Warrior First Aid Kits for travelling musicians, … Continue reading Woohoo!
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Okay...I get that this is the SpaceX Control Centre, but I would love to have an operations centre like this one! It's exercise week around here! As much as I love the research and writing part of my job, it's the exercises that really make life interesting. This is our … Continue reading Exercise Week!
At the end of the day, resilience is built upon people who are happy and healthy, so I have one final task for you today. Go and spend the day with the people you love, doing the things you love. Build relationships, make memories, and lean into each other as you work to become more … Continue reading The Foundation of Resilience
Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com So many people think that they don't have the time to make an emergency plan, and they would all be wrong! It doesn't take forever, heck you can do it in less time than it takes to watch an episode of, well, anything! So, instead of reading a lengthy post, … Continue reading What Are You Waiting For? THIS Is your Invitation
As I've moved deeper into my career, one of the things that I've found is that I keep expanding my work quantity to fill the hours I have available. I've started to buy into the idea that my value is measured in the amount of work I do, and how "Busy" I appear to be. … Continue reading Trying to Become Un-Busy
Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com We are all pressed for time these days. Many of us are working more than one job while still trying to juggle family, friends, and other relationships. Not to mention trying to find time for looking after yourself. When it comes to doing things to build resilience against disasters and … Continue reading The Resilience Brief
This post has been adapted from one provided free of charge by the Government of Canada and Public Safety Canada via GetPrepared.ca Using Technology During a Disaster Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com We rely on technology more and more to keep in touch with our family, friends, and colleagues with a click of a button. … Continue reading Disasters and Technology
TL;DR Version: Use Coupon Code EPWK19 to save 10% in my store at http://www.firstaidresilience.com all this week. And it won't cost you a fortune... All you have to do is get yourself a First Aid Kit. That's right...a simple, basic first aid kit that you can keep around the house. How exactly does this increase … Continue reading One Simple Thing YOU Can do RIGHT NOW to Increase your Resilience