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Michelle Langille-MacMullin

About Michelle Langille-MacMullin

After raising her two children, Michelle MacMullin recently returned to the workforce. For the past few years she has worked in the field of member engagement, working with not-for-profit organizations. She writes in her free time both to reflect and to promote inner healing. Michelle is a graduate of Acadia University with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Sociology and minor in Psychology. She lives in Nova Scotia, on Canada’s beautiful East Coast.

Grateful for the Nation I live In

Open your eyes. Take a good look around you. Unless you live in a small rural area, chances are you will see a rainbow of colour. Not the leaves which are so beautiful this time of year, or the colors of spring and summer which are slowly fading from our views. The rainbow that I [...]

By |2019-10-02T11:50:53-05:00November 17th, 2015|Wellness|Comments Off on Grateful for the Nation I live In

Healing Through Writing

Writing. It has always been my go-to. My happy place. It has for years brought me comfort and peace. When my father passed away, I wrote. When my marriage was in crisis, I wrote. And it helped. It didn't solve any of my problems. My father was no longer with me; nothing was going to [...]

By |2019-10-17T22:21:04-05:00July 30th, 2014|Balanced Living, The Power of Words|Comments Off on Healing Through Writing