2017 has been a busy and political year here at TLABC!
We have been active in our campaign to End Distracted Driving, (please visit www.distracteddrivingkills.ca) – and have been focusing on political engagement and some very important justice-related campaigns, which we will be able to update you on soon.
As we move into the fall season, we have some exciting new initiatives to share, a jam-packed seminar season, and will be re-launching this site across all of our social media channels!
(We also have some new additions to the team!)
Make sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest & Twitter (@tla_bc) for campaign updates, association issues, member perspective and our new wellness focus, “Wellness in the Workplace!”#TLABCwellness
Stay tuned and enjoy the last few weeks of summer!
“We are what we repeatedly do. Success is not an action but a habit” – Aristotle.
Last weekend, we held our 11th annual Women Lawyers Retreat at Nita Lake Lodge, in Whistler. It was a wonderful weekend of inspiration, collaboration and learning.
Despite what some people might think, the challenges women face, (especially in business and in law,) have certainly not disappeared… and it’s crucial that while we acknowledge how far we’ve come, we also recognize what we can do to continue to progress and create change.
As we continue to move forward and support one another, let’s remember that healthy habits are the foundation of growth.
Several years ago I worked with a woman who bought herself fresh flowers every week. She didn’t spend a fortune, often less than $10 a week. I don’t know what it was, but somehow these flowers placed near her workspace made her, and the rest of our office, very happy.
I liked her habit, and soon incorporated it in to my own routine. Once a week I would make a point to stop on my walk home from work, and purchase a few flowers. Rather than taking these flowers to work mind you, I would place them in and around my apartment. Again, the flowers worked their magic, and seeing them around made me happy.
As I write this, I realize the only plants visible from my office, are the illustrated succulents I have chosen as computer screen saver. Cute as they are, I think it is time to add some life to my office.
Just in case I needed any further convincing, this article (below) by the Guardian has sealed the deal! Plants in offices increase happiness and productivity. – Julia Chalifoux, Publisher