Today on the blog, it's my 28th birthday! I'm discussing lessons i've learned (and continue to learn) about myself, about life and the world and about aging.
A word of warning - this is going to be a long post. I have much to say and I don't want to tucker you out - just so you know what you're getting yourself into. That being said, if you really respect my writing, who I am as a person, what I discuss and [...]
In today's post, I give thanks and express gratitude for a number of aspects in my life, in spirit of the Canadian Thanksgiving holiday.
Today I am talking about some of the "nopes" I have experienced throughout my time on dating apps, going on dates and relationships, and the lessons, boundaries and WTF moments that have occurred to me throughout.
Today on my site I chat about how I am kind of clueless when it comes to forming, developing and maintaining healthy relationships, how I am relearning the process and creating space for myself to do so, and recognizing that most people are kind of winging it when it comes to their relationships.
In today's post we talk about the importance of checking in with one's fears, including identifying fears, getting curious outside your comfort zone and viewing fear as potential growth points in one's life.
For today's segment we're talking about Death - how we cope with the magnitude and reality of it, the loss we experience from it, why we shy away from talking about it and the ultimate lesson I think we can divulge from it.
I feel like i've just about arrived at a place where i'm whole and happy, while being single. It took some time to get here. Don't get me wrong though - some days it still weighs me down. It's a simple concept, but I think a lot of us forget that just because we're single, [...]
In this article, I talk about how COVID-19 has been a human experiment in exploring the (self)awareness or lack thereof, in people. I also discuss my own level of self-awareness and muse about whether it would be beneficial to be slightly less self-aware.
Today we're talking about the Red Sea, Aunt Flo, Bloody Mary herself - periods. She comes once a month, kicks your menstruation into high gear and informs you, in all her holiness, that no screaming, crying, spitting wee offspring will be arriving any time soon. In my case, I do a little fist pump every [...]