Monday, April 02, 2018

Conversations Worth Having - Taking Care of Biz?



photo by Randy Sutherland


Imagine having to bury your son, without the financial resources available to cover the cost. Should declaring bankruptcy during such a tragedy warrant poor treatment in the financial realm for years after? Today's guest used to keep forms in her desk to help people see their credit rating and clean it up as just a small part in her day to day tasks. 

Find out how she spends time now as a Business Success Agent. ASC4Business is a collaborative network of expert Business Professionals focused on your success!

Friday, March 23, 2018

Conversations Worth Having ~ Living Mindfully


photo Randy Sutherland

In this edition of Conversations Worth Having, we speak to Dis-A-Ray Mitchell and Cynthia Green about living mindfully.  Doesn't the retreat she mentioned sound wonderful? Check it out here. The location is just outside Dunnville near Lake Erie. 45 minutes from Hamilton.

Enjoy!


Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Conversations Worth Having - Confident Care Planning.

In this edition we are in discussion with Sheri Copplestone of Confident Careplanners Inc. You need to hear about the resources available! Give a listen!


Wednesday, February 08, 2017

Conversations Worth Having - 7. Reflections

the Children's Garden at Woodlawn Cemetery, Guelph, January 2017
photo by Randy Sutherland





Remember the Conversing About Death episode? A recording from the art show Death Perspectives aired, as well as a discussion with Death Doula Marion Wilms. In the Reflections episode we hear from the other host of our local Death Cafes, and get the chat going by playing a game I took away from that powerful, inspirational art exhibit.

You will hear, in this interview with Christine Lafazanous about the gifts of ritual and ceremony, and how to create space to pause and reflect on meaningful events and connections of our lives. As well as a great tune from Hazel Dickens  "Just let me live, love, let me cry, but when I go just let me die
Among the friends who'll remember when I'm gone."

-- Enjoy,
Kim Logue-like-Vogue

Monday, February 06, 2017

Ep 6? Conversations Worth Having ~ Five Wishes

photo by Randy Sutherland, Guelph, 2017
When is one’s death reasonably foreseeable? My dad has always said “We’re all gonna die of something” and you'll hear my parents' actual voices in this episode!!

You know this stat right? 10/10 of us are going to die.  

As one’s life changes, and one's unique health condition evolves, one’s hopes change.  

For someone with a terminal illness, at first they might want to survive it.  Then they may want to survive it at least for some amount of time. Then they may start to wish at least for a good death…  hopes change.  

Thanks for tuning in to a Conversations Worth Having series on aging and death -- aimed at helping you discuss hopes and wishes on important topics with others.  This time, we will hear from Jennifer Mackie, an expert on Medical Assistance in Dying... and give a listen to Neon Tombstone from the Wood Brothers.

We will also hear an excerpt of another CFRU program - Clan a gael - from Hallowe'en, and a day the host John dedicated a song to this project, to called "Finnegan's Wake."





enjoy! Kim Logue-like-Vogue

Sunday, February 05, 2017

Ep 3 Conversations Worth Having ~ The Rest is Yet To Come

Here is another wintry photo from the Blog guelph group on flicker, to go with the 3rd episode in the radio show series, that aired on CFRU. Please listen as Scotty shares his story about an aging and ultimately dying parent, their experience with Long Term Care and more.
Snowing

“If you needed assistance going to the washroom today, who would you ask for help?”


This guest would rather pass away than live in some of the places he checked out for his father.  
His advice is, if you plan to get elderly, have a plan.
The musical track is from Jim Guthrie, The Rest is Yet To Come.
Enjoy!


~ Kim Logue-like-Vogue




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