Product Review: Benefit’s ka-BROW! Cream-Gel Eyebrow Colour

Having a sister who coincidentally happens to be a makeup expert certainly has it perks. Not only has my sister taught me everything I know about makeup products and application, but she furthermore gives me products she no longer uses or has duplicates of. One of the more recent freebies I received from her is … Continue reading Product Review: Benefit’s ka-BROW! Cream-Gel Eyebrow Colour

John Deere

John Deere is arguably one of the largest and most successful agricultural corporations in history. The company manufactures and produces not only agricultural equipment, but furthermore construction machinery, forestry equipment, diesel engines, drivetrains including axles, transmissions and gearboxes used in heavy machinery, and lawn care and maintenance equipment. As of 2016, it ranked #97 within … Continue reading John Deere

Mudlarking

This past semester I was enrolled in a fourth year English course titled London: Monster City. Within the course I was asked to read and analyze a variety of texts composed by or about early London, England, and the course content was absolutely fascinating. For one of the final assignments I had to analyze several … Continue reading Mudlarking

Canadian Infertility Awareness Week

Canadian Infertility Awareness Week, or CIAW, is an annual occurrence intended to generate a better understand of the struggles and frustrations associated with infertility amongst couples and single individuals. This year, CIAW runs from May 7th to the 13th, and I thought I would compose a post addressing the topic of infertility to acknowledge the men and women … Continue reading Canadian Infertility Awareness Week

The Negative Depiction of Female Characters in Young Children’s Literature

Although I have now completed the course, I was enrolled in a fourth year English class this past semester at Brock titled King Arthur in Young People's Literature. The course was taught by professor Ann Howey who specializes in children's literature at Brock, therefore the course and her teachings were incredibly insightful and allowed me … Continue reading The Negative Depiction of Female Characters in Young Children’s Literature

The Lack of Appreciation Regarding Farmers in Contemporary Society

I have always found it rather bothersome that farmers seem to be forgotten when it comes to appreciating specific occupations in contemporary society. There are particular careers that undoubtably receive more recognition than others, for example doctors, police officers and teachers, and as much as I, too, appreciate these occupations, I definitely think farmers should … Continue reading The Lack of Appreciation Regarding Farmers in Contemporary Society

Costco

Yesterday afternoon my mom and I took a trip to the nearest Costco. Granted, it was not the best idea to visit the store on a Sunday afternoon considering it was an absolute nut house, however the trip was certainly beneficial in terms of the products we purchased and the money we saved in doing … Continue reading Costco