Our wedding day

I would like to begin this post by sincerely apologizing for my absence here on my blog these past few days. While I don’t condone my absence, nor do I think I should be making excuses for it, I should mention that on Saturday, June 25, my fiancĂ©, Blaine, and I got married. Again, not … More Our wedding day

Is ‘Vikings: Valhalla’ better than ‘Vikings’?

It is no secret that I have a slight obsession with Vikings and the Viking era in history. Ever since I stumbled across the insanely popular and successful television series ‘Vikings’, I have been positively hooked, and, I think, for good reason. Vikings, while a tad barbaric and uncouth, were rather remarkable people in terms … More Is ‘Vikings: Valhalla’ better than ‘Vikings’?

Why are we all so selfish all of a sudden?

Perhaps I should clarify that while the title implies that a sudden onset of selfishness amongst the general population is the case, I don’t think it is. An increase in selfish behaviour and tendencies hasn’t exactly been an ‘all of a sudden’ occurrence. This escalation in the prominence of selfishness across the board is, I … More Why are we all so selfish all of a sudden?

Here is how to make homemade cookie dough that is safe to eat

I will throw hands right here and now with anyone who can tell me with sincere honesty that eating raw cookie dough isn’t absolutely the best part of making homemade cookies. If you’re telling yourself otherwise you’re a damn liar and that is that. In case you couldn’t tell, I have some passionate feelings toward … More Here is how to make homemade cookie dough that is safe to eat

Have you been to Spencer’s at the Waterfront?

This past weekend, my bridesmaids and I partook in my bachelorette. I plan to dedicate an entirely separate post to share the glorious details of my bachelorette with all of you. Don’t you worry. To provide you with some context, one of the elements of my bachelorette was dining at Spencer’s at the Waterfront in … More Have you been to Spencer’s at the Waterfront?

The difference between Canadian and American bridal showers

Allow me to stipulate right from the get-go that I am not a professional bridal shower attendee. This post is based solely on experience, and please correct me if you note anything that I am speaking incorrectly about. I have a decent amount of family in the States. I have family all over the world, … More The difference between Canadian and American bridal showers

Navigating punctuation

In lieu of yesterday’s post discussing synonyms, antonyms and homonyms, I thought I would continue with the English theme for today’s post. Like I said yesterday, I’m brushing up on my English knowledge via tutoring and I figure this information is (hopefully) relevant to someone out there. Today, we shall be discussing punctuation and how … More Navigating punctuation

What in the homonym?

Within the past couple of months, I’ve been dabbling in tutoring. More specifically, I’m tutoring folks who are looking for some assistance pertaining to the English language, and I’ve been enjoying it so far. Because I haven’t exactly applied my English learnings to a more detailed degree since coming back to work full-time on the … More What in the homonym?

Read this to learn how to control stress management

As unpleasant as it is, stress is arguably something that affects each and every one of us at some point in time throughout the duration of our lives. Come to think of it, I don’t believe I’ve ever met someone who claims they are entirely free of stress, and honestly, anyone who proclaims this has … More Read this to learn how to control stress management