From roller-skating to old flames: reigniting passions and why you should too
Lost a passion for something you once loved? Here's why it's time to rekindle it
There are many reasons why we walk away from things we once loved: whether it's a career, a relationship or a hobby.
On this episode of Now or Never, you'll meet people making their way back to them, and rekindling the fires of passions lost.
A chance encounter reunited Renée Forrestall with her 40-year-old roller skates — and reignited her love for riding around Halifax on four wheels.
It's been 15 years since hardcore metal band Bucket Truck played their last show together. A chance to open for Alexisonfire has brought these middle-aged dads back together to jam one more time and reconnect as friends.
When Juanita Norton's husband Billy passed away last year, she leaned on family, faith, and a grief support group to make it through. Now Juanita is ready to rekindle the passion for her own life.
Andie Hong was hoping to one day make stand-up comedy her career until a serious bike injury made her question all her life choices. Almost two years later, we're there as she returns to an open mic in Toronto to see if the love is still there.
In 1952, Florence Harvey Paul and Frederick Paul were childhood sweethearts living across the cove from each other in Wandsworth, Newfoundland. 65 years later, they found each other again and rekindled their romance.
And Ify takes to the streets to ask people about their passions and how they keep them going.