EP 105 Meaningful Things Aren’t Meant to Be Automatic

By Heather Ross

The Better Me Podcast delves into how people navigate through life’s challenges and live as the best people they can be. Coach, writer, and educator Heather M. Ross chats with guests about how they’ve gotten past life’s bumps in the road, from potholes to sinkholes. She also shares her own stories of living with a mental illness while striving to pursue her dreams.

In this episode I talk about why it’s good that we do some things automatically, but that more meaningful things aren’t meant to be memorized and recited without some thought and feeling.

In this episode I referenced my manifesto and land acknowledgements. The links below will provide more information.

My Manifesto (blog post) – http://betterme.ca/habits/my-manifesto/

Better Me Podcast EP 22 My Manifesto – https://www.spreaker.com/user/voicedradio/my-manifesto

Land Acknowledgements – https://teaching.usask.ca/curriculum/indigenous_voices/land-acknowledgements/module.php



Heather M. Ross
Educator, Writer and Podcaster, Saskatchewan Canada

Heather M. Ross is an educator, writer, and podcaster living in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. She works for the University of Saskatchewan as an educational developer, where she spends much of her time advancing open educational practices. She podcasts about mental health and how she and others get through life's challenges.