Ehlers also picked up five points along the way. Mason McDonald, Charlottetown (No. 34 by Calgary in ’14) Come Team Canada camp time next season, will it be possible to get some cheap symbolism out of Jan. 18, 2015? McDonald came out on top in a matchup against golden goalie Zach Fucale by making 14 of his 36 saves during the third period of the Islanders’ 3-2 win at Charlottetown, With a 1.00/.971 statline on the week, the southpaw was the Q’s No. 2 star of the week. Jan Kostalek, Rimouski (No.
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But this was something different. “I felt a bolt of fear rolling up my back, over my shoulders, and down my face, and I couldnt do anything to stop it,” Harris told us. Harris, now a Nightline co-anchor, wrote a memoir that happens to be one of the most accessible, sensible, and hilarious guides to meditation and mindfulness. 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually WorksA True Story , (which just came out in paperback) is an irreverent, painfully honest tale about Harriss journey from being an ambitious, self-lacerating newsman with a recreational drug habit, to becoming an ambitious, self-lacerating newsman with a meditation habit. It offered him more mindfulness. What Harris calls “the biggie” and describes as a “superpower” is “the ability to know whats in your head at any given moment without getting carried away by it.” The result after countless hours of practice and a 10-day silent meditation retreat? “Improved relationships with colleagues, a better product,” he says, “and making the overall day more heedful and successful on a lot of levels including less stress when Im home. My wife would give you the Still 90% a moron speech,” adds Harris.
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