‘Midnight in the Switchgrass’: is it worth the watch?

A few nights ago, Blaine and I were finishing up an episode of ‘Queer Eye’ at his place. The episodes are roughly 40 minutes or so, meaning when it finished we had to find something else to watch. We wanted to switch it up a bit, so after browsing through Netflix, we settled on a … More ‘Midnight in the Switchgrass’: is it worth the watch?

The importance of clear communication in conflict

I’m willing to bet that just about all of us have been in a situation in which a conflict presents itself and, as a result of muddled and misconstrued communication, messages were misinterpreted and the conflict became even more pronounced. Things were said, feelings were hurt, and the issue at hand only became more intensified … More The importance of clear communication in conflict

The beauty of remaining silent when you have nothing nice to offer

It’s a philosophy that we arguably all have heard at some point or another, but regardless of its prominence, the concept of staying silent when we have nothing nice to say is one that remains absolutely relevant, and likely will continue to be, infinitely. It’s a rather simple yet effective ideology, and I believe it … More The beauty of remaining silent when you have nothing nice to offer

Craving something sweet? Hit up SWEET Bakery in Brantford

Blaine and I ventured out to SWEET bakery in Brantford this past weekend regarding our wedding cake. I’ve been to this bakery before, but it was quite a few years ago. When I was chatting with my sister and maid of honour about potential local bakeries to check out for our wedding, she recommended SWEET … More Craving something sweet? Hit up SWEET Bakery in Brantford

… and here are some more random facts

As stated in yesterday’s post, the following is a continuation of providing all of you with some quirky and intriguing facts to browse through. Brought to you by womansday.com again, these facts are equally entertaining and as random as they were yesterday. “The oldest living animal is reportedly a Seychelles giant tortoise named Jonathan. Only 5% of … More … and here are some more random facts

Attention all vapers: the Vaporesso Xros 2 is what you want and need

I’ve been blogging here for a few years now, and not once, to the best of my recollection, have I shared that I am a smoker. I think my hesitance to share this with you is because when I first started smoking way back when I was in university, I hid it from most people. … More Attention all vapers: the Vaporesso Xros 2 is what you want and need

Here’s how to make your own Ferrero Rocher’s at home

I have yet to come across someone who isn’t a fan of Ferrero Rocher’s. Quite honestly, I think if I ever were to come across someone who dislikes them I would smack them upside the head for the simple reason I cannot fathom any reason as to why one would not enjoy these heavenly little … More Here’s how to make your own Ferrero Rocher’s at home

The importance of making realistic New Year’s resolutions

Yup, it’s that time of year again. With the ending of one year and the beginning of another, chances are you’ve been seeing and hearing a lot about what people’s New Year’s resolutions consist of. Personally, I don’t give a deuce what other folks’ resolutions are, but if you so wish to share with me, … More The importance of making realistic New Year’s resolutions

All hail L’Oréal Paris Telescopic mascara

Mascara, for me, personally, has always been an absolutely essential component in my makeup routine. I have smaller, hooded eyes, so when I don’t wear mascara, people typically ask me if I am exceptionally tired, or exceptionally sick. Being a woman is just grand sometimes, I’ll tell ya. I’ve tried my share of mascara over … More All hail L’Oréal Paris Telescopic mascara

The significance of taking the time to explore what we love

The other day, I had a bit of a twilight zone moment, if you will. I was exercising in my basement, and for some unknown reason, my mind was suddenly inundated with memories from when I was playing the sport of rugby, which I loved. It was a passion of mine, when I was playing, … More The significance of taking the time to explore what we love