I fear I am Canada's Worst Fan

  • December 17, 2012
Okay, maybe I’m not the worst. I’m just waiting to graduate. Actually, if you’ve been around here before you know that I am, in fact, a huge fan of both Canada’s Worst Driver and Canada’s Worst Handyman. It took me a while to catch on, but the first time I watch Canada’s Worst Handyman I laughed a lot, learned an awful lot, and realized that I well and truly belonged on the show. Read More

Practice the skills to get you there..

  • December 10, 2011
Look where you want to go. We’ve established it as a good idea for driving and a good idea for life. For all the looking you do, it will not be helpful unless you have the skills to take you where you’re looking. Canada’s Worst Drivers regularly smash into obstacles in front, behind, and to the left and right of themselves. Sometimes the show gets criticized for putting the drivers into an impossible situation that is far and beyond the capabilities of a typical driver. Read More

Where are you looking?

  • December 7, 2011
When you are driving safely, you are looking to where you want to go. You should not look just in front of your vehicle. Surely you want to go farther than the 20 or 30 feet ahead of you. The faster you travel, the further you have to look ahead. You need more time to accumulate data and you require time to process that data into good decision making. Nor should you be fixating on your final destination. Read More