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Featured article - Nick Boynton

Post concussion syndrome is a dark reality in all professional sports; especially hockey. It leads to many effects on a person including depression, anxiety, and severe headaches. Over the last few years there has been an incline of hockey players voicing their opinions relating to this - and how their own situations could have been handled better with more understanding. Nick Boynton is a former NHL player and Stanley Cup winner.  He has suffered multiple concussions in his hockey career. He struggles today, years after he last laced up.   Nick is now very vocal in the sports community regarding a better understanding around the correlation between concussions and mental health.     Below is a link to Nick Boynton’s...

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Featured Article- Living in your 20's

Living throughout your 20's can be really tough.. You are in those years of figuring out who and what you want to be.   Mark Manson may be a familiar name if you have stumbled across his NY Times best selling book- "The Subtle Art Of Not Giving a F*ck"  (highly recommended read). This book in particular really helped me face challenges in my own life and made me take on a whole different perspective.  Below is one of his articles based on life lessons he learned from surviving his 20's.   Something worth taking a look at! -Dan  https://markmanson.net/surviving-my-20s

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My Story

By: Meg Rowe.     I often find myself thinking, “Who is Megan Rowe? What do I want to be remembered for and defined by?” Well, here is a little bit about me. I am a very passionate person. I love medicine and everything about it, in fact I aspire to be a surgeon one day. I have an amazing work ethic and I am determined in everything that I do. I am resilient, and I am positive about everything in my life. I am compassionate, outgoing, and authentic. I am a 4.0 GPA student at the University of Waterloo. I was a competitive dancer and am now a fitness and movement enthusiast. I am the Co-President of the University...

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Welcome!

First of all if you're reading this, thank you thank you, for checking out the page and exploring The Ramblr Project. The roots of this project start long before the plan or even idea of being a  brand. In dealing with anxiety for years, I've always ventured into different avenues in order to help control my wandering mind. One thing I always used as an escape was drawing. I was into everything from detailed sketches of my favourite hockey players to meaningless doodles of nonsense. I really couldn't tell you why, or what fuelled the passion for drawing, but to be honest I think it had something to do with being able to set my creative self free and put thoughts and expression on...

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