Author Archive for: Kim Malchuk
Kim Malchuk was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, the youngest of seven children. Although her early years were infused with fear, her spirits were buoyed by her dreams of a brighter future. In 2005, Kim lost the love of her life, Mel, to cancer, a cruel but essential teacher in her life's journey.
Choosing to persevere with courage and hope, Kim soon recognized the role our thoughts play in governing the course of our lives. Her inspirational book Tasting Rain puts these life lessons to the test with charming wisdom, wit and authenticity.
Kim enjoys athletics, the outdoors and skydiving. She lives in Winnipeg, Canada and has found her "inspired purpose" in life as a writer, motivational coach and inspirational public speaker.
For more information, please visit tastingrainbook.com.
Entries by Kim Malchuk
Is having the rug pulled out from under you such a terrible thing? Do you have to hit your own personal rock bottom before you start to understand what is important in life? Nobody is immune to receiving the hard knocks in life. Turbulent times are not given to us as punishments. They’re signs presented to us to perhaps change the course of our life. I want to share with you the lessons I’ve learned while navigating through the rough waters of my life. Finger pointing is a waste of energy. It’s easy to blame others for our lot in life… Read more.
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