Sunday Morning Coffee

Sunday mornings I usually take time to catch up on stories I may not have time to read through the week. I thought I would share some that caught my eye this week.

If You Are Looking for Reasons to Be Happy, You’ll Probably Find Them

I love Joshua Becker’s writing on Becoming Minimalist. Your mind is a powerful tool, yet how many of us seldom focus on trying to use our internal thoughts for good and positive outcomes. Let’s all try to focus on being grateful…and see how the day goes. 🙂

If you wake up tomorrow and decide you are going to be bitter and hate life, you will almost certainly find reasons to hate your life. But on the other hand, if you wake up tomorrow and decide you are going to be joyful and grateful for the life you live and the day you have been given, you will almost certainly find countless reasons to reinforce your decision.

Source: If You Are Looking for Reasons to Be Happy, You’ll Probably Find Them

Dartmouth North Community Food Centre inspires single mother to begin journey out of poverty – Local Xpress


Photo by ANDREW RANKIN/ Local Xpress

This is one inspiring story and shows the importance of community groups like the Dartmouth North Community Centre, a not-for-profit organization that offers a dignified place for people to come together to embrace wholesome food. I don’t know the woman in this story…but I am so proud of her and the steps she is taking to improve her situation for herself and her family.

She wants to continue her path of advocacy, a journey she began with the Dartmouth North Community Food Centre seven months ago. She has been a regular volunteer at this largely community-run, not-for-profit organization that offers a dignified place for people to come together to embrace wholesome food. She is inspired by the men, women and children who arrive without fail for the regular cooking classes and community meals prepared by the centre’s nutritionist and chef. The community garden that border

Source: Dartmouth North Community Food Centre inspires single mother to begin journey out of poverty – Local Xpress

You Could Live Here! 110 Pine Grove Street, Mahone Bay

Oh my…this could be the perfect starter home/retirement home for someone looking to live in a perfectly charming town….Mahone Bay. For $199 900, you could have this sweet little two bedroom home with a lot large enough to subdivide! Endless possibilities. 🙂

Located on a quiet street in the seaside town of Mahone Bay. This home has remained unaltered for many years and retains much of its original charm and character. The structure appears quite straight and solid for the most park. The roof was reshingled a couple of years ago and the hot water tank, panel has been upgraded to circuit breakers. The bonus with this home is the large town lot that appears to meet the requirement to subdivide if one would wish to do so.

Source: 110 Pine Grove Street, Mahone Bay Nova Scotia Property Details

This property is listed with John Dibbin of ReMax South Shore Realty.

You Could Work Here! Temporary Purchasing Coordinator (12 month term) High Liner Foods

This sounds like a great job and opportunity for the right person. Check it out!

Are you looking for an exciting career opportunity with a progressive team of professionals in a growing company?  High Liner Foods is proud to be the leading North American processor and marketer of value-added frozen seafood. We are seeking a Purchasing Coordinator to help out our Purchasing team for a 12-Month contract. The position will be based out of our Lunenburg, NS facility.

Source: Temporary Purchasing Coordinator (12 month term) | External Opportunities

Enjoy the day!