I was chatting with a good friend of mine recently about ways to keep our spirits up in such an unsettling time. Both she and I are a fan of Morgan Harper Nichols as we both follow her on Instagram, and we were talking about how so many of her posts as of late have … More Staying positive thanks to Morgan Harper Nichols
Immunity is a word we are hearing a lot about lately. In times of a pandemic, it isn’t a bad idea to give our immune systems a boost, and what better way to do so naturally via foods we can consume, thanks to an article from Healthline. It is believed that vitamin c is a … More Munch on these foods to up your immunity
I can recall watching the trailer for The Platform a few months ago via Facebook. My sister tagged me in it as she is fully aware of my love for dark and disturbing movies, and once I viewed the trailer I made a mental note to tune into this movie once it became available to watch. In … More Have you watched The Platform?
With so many of us being confined to our homes right now, it is easy to understand how and why we might be feeling a little jittery. Feeling a little claustrophobic or antsy is likely something many of us are experiencing as of late, and with limited social outings and of course social distancing, it … More Feeling antsy? Try this at-home, equipment free workout
Not too long ago, my sister and I, being a little bored with limited entertaining options in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, thought we would play a game together. We googled some games to play with two people and came across a series of pretty deep questions to ask each other, and I have … More Get to know yourself better with these questions
Feeling tired all of the time regardless of how much sleep we get is not a nice experience. A lack of energy over an extended period of time can be a real hindrance in terms of our productivity, therefore its best to tackle the potential complications of sluggishness as soon as they present themselves. Thankfully, … More Feeling sluggish? Try these natural remedies to boost your energy
As of late, we are hearing a lot about a recently-coined term known as social distancing in the wake of COVID-19. Social distancing involves all of us maintaining a safe distance (roughly three feet) from others while out in public areas to slow the spread and potential transmission of the Coronavirus, and it’s something many … More Stop being a selfish idiot and practice social distancing
Yesterday’s post detailed some pretty inventive beauty hacks, and because I only shared a portion of them with you, I thought I would somewhat continue yesterday’s post into today’s. Again, these hacks come from Cosmopolitan. If you’re like me and you struggle to perfect your wing with eyeliner, use the edge of a spoon to … More Even more beauty hacks that will change your life
I would argue that most of us have our own beauty hacks to some extent. Whether it be in the context of our bathing routine, hair or makeup, many of us have picked up a few tricks and tips over time in hopes of bettering our beauty tendencies. I did a little bit of research … More These beauty hacks will change your life
I realize the topic of this post is completely random, but hear me out. While at work not too long ago, a customer and I were on the topic of different types of meat dishes, and how to best prepare them. We got on the topic of meatloaf and how it can be tricky to … More Here’s how to make perfect meatloaf
The idea of giving someone criticism isn’t exactly something that brings most of us comfort. At least, I would hope it doesn’t. Being critical of someone can be kind of awkward, and, depending on who the person is that you’re criticizing, it can be a little tense, too. But, constructive criticism is something all of … More Giving constructive criticism: a how-to guide
I suppose I should begin this post with an explanation of what exactly endometreosis is, in case anyone is unfamiliar with the condition. Endometreosis “is an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus — the endometrium — grows outside your uterus … with endometriosis, … More Could THC be used to treat endometriosis?
I’ve made my love for electric guitar and classic rock quite apparent here on my blog. There is something so pure and enthralling when an electric guitar sings, and my appreciation for the instrument is something I struggle to put into words. On the topic of electric guitar, who better to discuss than Mr. Jimmy … More Profile: Jimmy Page
When I am bored, I will occasionally research random facts. I’m not exactly sure why I do this, but I figure it’s a better alternative to other things I could be doing in my spare time. I was struggling to think of a blog post topic to write about today, so I thought perhaps I … More Here’s some extremely random yet entertaining facts
Coaxing kids into willingly consuming vegetables is no easy feat. Often times, it seems easier to walk away as opposed to having an all out wrestling match with them to get them to eat their greens, but this isn’t the most effective approach, either. Luckily, some parents have shared their tricks for getting their kids … More Here’s how to get your fussy kid to eat their vegetables, as told by parents
I would imagine most of us are familiar with in vitro fertilization (IVF) in the context of reproduction. In case you’re not, though, IVF involves “a complex series of procedures used to help with fertility or prevent genetic problems and assist with the conception of a child. During IVF, mature eggs are collected (retrieved) from ovaries … More Saving cheetah populations with IVF
As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, my mom, dad and I recently visited Cleveland, Ohio, for a couple of days. The main reason we ventured to Cleveland is that it is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but we had heard good things about the city, so we decided to check it … More Cleveland, Ohio: A city of beauty
A few days ago, my mom, dad and I made a trip to Cleveland, Ohio, to get away for a few days. We weren’t entirely sure of how exactly we were going to fill our days while we were there, but one thing was certain; we were going to be paying a visit to the … More Yes, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is worth seeing
If you’re someone who experiences anxiety, you’re more than likely familiar with just how frustrating and further debilitating it can be. I can’t speak on behalf of everyone who has this type of mental illness, but personally, I find some days to be worse than others, and the same goes for triggering situations – some … More Does anxiety ever go away?
As many of us are aware, sweeteners aren’t the healthiest thing on the planet to consume. With many containing aspartame and other artificial additives, it’s likely better for your body in the long run to simply ingest regular sugar as opposed to Splenda, but that’s just my opinion. Things are looking up in terms of … More Transforming fruit cores into sweetener
When we think about what is involved to produce a crop, our thoughts typically go to soil, water and sunlight. These elements, in combination with care, equipment and labour, are core components of most types of farming, and without them, it would prove to be quite difficult to be successful in growing a crop. Something … More Growing crops with … mattresses?
As wonderful as it is to sport some freshly manicured nails, consistently going to a salon to have them done professionally can become pretty expensive. When I was a student, I would get my nails done every two weeks or so, and after a couple of months, I decided to give it up because of … More Here’s how to do a manicure at home
Positive news is always appreciated, especially in the context of endangered and/or dwindling animal populations. An article from The Good News Network happens to fall into this category, and I figured I would share this happy news with all of you. This time, the good news has to do with an increase in fish stocks. … More Fish populations are on the rise
Cheerleading is something I personally have never had much interest in. By no means am I attempting to convey the idea that I don’t care about the sport, because it has similarities to gymnastics which I did when I was younger. Rather, I’ve never been involved in cheerleading myself, therefore it isn’t something I devote … More Have you seen Netflix’s Cheer?
For anyone who spends a lot of time looking at a computer screen, tired and itchy eyes have likely become a consistent occurrence in your life. Looking at a screen all day is how a lot of us make an income, but unfortunately, the long-term effects of this sort of exposure can lead to consequential … More This is how to give your eyes a workout
Peanut allergies are no joke. I know quite a few people who are seriously allergic to peanuts, and the repercussions of an untreated reaction to peanuts can be fatal. I have good news for those of us who are unable to savor the incredible flavor of peanuts and further peanut butter, though. “The US Food … More There is finally a peanut allergy treatment
I’m a fan of Bon Jovi, and for more than one reason. A few of his songs have made it onto my most frequented Spotify playlist, and from what I’ve observed, he’s a good guy in addition to being a good musician. Adding to his good guy repertoire, Bon Jovi recently opened his third Soul … More A round of applause for Bon Jovi
When we hear the word ‘cancer,’ we often automatically associate the disease with chemotherapy, a highly recognized and highly aggressive drug used to combat cancer in the body. While chemotherapy is often an effective cancer treatment, it can unfortunately leave someone who endures its severity with several long-term conditions and side effects as a result … More Killing cancer without chemo
I made mention of my love for Timothée Chalamet recently, and in researching this fine lad to write a post about him, I discovered a movie he appeared in called Beautiful Boy. I read up on the plot of this film and decided to give it a watch. I am so, so glad I did. Beautiful … More Have you seen Beautiful Boy?
The human brain really is a fascinating thing, considering what it is capable of. I like to think of our brains as a motherboard, if you will, ensuring things run smoothly throughout our bodies. Perhaps this isn’t the most scientific analogy, but let’s just look past any technicalities for the time being. One function of … More Looking to boost your memory? Read this