A non-exhaustive list of reasons that a seemingly able-bodied person may need accessible parking.
Here is a short list of the people I consider to be the most infuriating online!
My go-to outfits for autumn.
My favourite scary stories from the depths of the internet!
So I recently passed 400 hours in Fallout 4. Yes, I do have a problem. But my addiction to that game aside, I decided to celebrate a little bit by diving deeper into the Fallout universe and share some of my favourite characters and their stories. Here are a couple of the stories that I … Continue reading My Favourite Side Stories From the Fallout Universe
So this year marks the 150th anniversary of Canada becoming a country. Hooray! I am a very proud Canadian, and I will be celebrating with vigor. But it's not without its controversy. Despite how we'd like it to be, Canada is not a perfect oasis for all people who are non-white, non-straight, and non-rich. We … Continue reading Happy 150 Canada! Here are 30 reasons I’m proud to be Canadian and 30 reasons we need to do better
Money can't buy happiness. Or, as some like to say, it can't buy happiness but it can buy wine/pizza/dogs/etc and that's the same thing! Anyway you go about it, I have a bone to pick with the saying that money can't buy happiness. I hate capitalism as much as the next cynical millennial, but I … Continue reading On Money and It’s Ability to Buy Happiness
So if you know me in real life, you may know that I struggle with competiveius bitchius. That's the rare disease where you get so competitive and upset about losing games, that you lose control of your emotions. You might start crying, you might start screaming, you might just shut down. Either way it's no … Continue reading My Favourite Two Player Board Games
Hello, friends and family! Today I wanted to write a post about something that has been on my mind for a while and affects me strongly. I want to talk about crying. I am someone who cries a lot. When I watch a sad or heartwarming movie, I always at least well up. I cry … Continue reading The Crying Taboo
I graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University in June. I now am a proud owner of a Bachelor of Arts! Five long years of post-secondary and I've spent a lovely summer taking some time off. But now September is coming back around and it's time to make my foray into the job market. Or should I … Continue reading Job Searching is the Actual Worst