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Today was a special day because I got to do something pretty cool! I visited Campobello Island, New Brunswick for the first time ever. In order to get to the island, I had to drive through the USA and cross the border twice. According to the staff at Campobello Island Consolidated School (CICS) it’s the only place in Canada that’s connected by a road through the USA. (more…)

Today I spoke to 300+ students at Hubbard Elementary in Oromocto, New Brunswick. I started the morning off with my Resiliency Assembly and gave the students my Unplugg’d Challenge. I always love seeing the reactions and teaching the kids more about technology and the effects it can have on them. It’s important that they have the facts so they can make their own choices when it comes to screen time and start setting their own limits. (more…)

I was super stoked to see that my good friend and mentor, Dan “Stork” Roddick was on the podcast “Shootin the Frizbreeze” recently. (more…)

I recently found out that I was chosen as one of the top 75 Disc Golf Blogs on the web. I was actually in the top 40 (#39) which is pretty cool since I blog about a lot more than disc golf. In looking through the list, it’s exciting that there are so many websites already dedicated to the sport of disc golf – many more than ultimate! (more…)

In response to the posts over the last few days from women (and some men as well), I wanted to say that I support you and I’m working everyday to teach, inspire and impact both boys and girls with my messages of kindness, acceptance, determination and Unplugging, through my frisbee workshops, through my Get Unplugg’d challenge and through my articles and videos. (more…)

On Monday, October 9, 2017 Rob McLeod and Davy Whippet unofficially broke the Canine MTA Guinness and World Record with a throw and catch of 10.59 seconds.

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Davy and I attempted to break the WFDF and Guinness World Record for Canine MTA (Maximum Time Aloft) which is currently 10.56 seconds. (more…)

Come out and cheer on Rob and Davy as they attempt to break the Guinness and WFDF World Record for Canine MTA, which is currently at 10.56 seconds. (more…)