December in Review

This may have been my busiest December ever. In university I always assumed that after uni December would be a nice relaxing month, because you wouldn't have exams anymore that you needed to be studying for on top of Christmas prep. That was an incorrect assumption. I was home for 6 days this month between … Continue reading December in Review

Mid-Week Procrastination: Vol. 18

I sincerely hope that none of you have anything that you need to be distracted from in this week between Christmas and New Years when time is even more of an illusion than usual. But I understand that some of you may be at work, or may not celebrate Christmas or New Years or neither! … Continue reading Mid-Week Procrastination: Vol. 18

January in Review

I don't think I have anything to say about January that hasn't already been said, it is the slowest moving month of the year and between the lockdown and my job the pandemic fatigue really hit me super hard this month. I did do Dry January, and it was interesting because I can normally go … Continue reading January in Review

Soda Bread Success

Being the child of immigrants (or an Indigenous person, I'm learning) is being slightly disconnected from your birth culture. There are so many things that I can't connect to that people who were raised in their country just get. Recipes, however, travel well, and provide such a feeling of home and connection with your culture. … Continue reading Soda Bread Success

August Camera Roll

I used to clean out my phone weekly. Delete all calls, texts, photos, etc. every Sunday. It was partly because my phone didn't have enough storage and partly to start each week fresh. I haven't been doing that since I bought myself a new and up-to-date phone for Christmas last year (I desperately needed a … Continue reading August Camera Roll