Friday Favorites: murder shows and overly caffeinated new workouts

This was one of those weeks where it simultaneously felt hellishly long and also whipped by in a flash. I am super excited for this weekend. I get to spend the whole weekend at home and I am so pumped for it (honestly I thought the family was supposed to come home on Thursday and … Continue reading Friday Favorites: murder shows and overly caffeinated new workouts

Saturday Scroll

Firstly and most importantly: A Ukraine explainer, the historical context and what's happening now; and how to help and more options. Now, I write this blog to be an escape, from unemployment and living with my parents (how it started), to being a rapidly burning out public health worker in a pandemic. This blog provides … Continue reading Saturday Scroll

Saturday Scroll: US Open, BeyoncĂ©, star-crossed, and the Met Gala

I got to do in-person work yesterday! It was thrilling, I'm also exhausted. The most tired I have been in ages. My organization has two hostels that they operate in town right next to the hospital for people who are coming down from remote communities for health care treatment and yesterday was World Suicide Awareness … Continue reading Saturday Scroll: US Open, BeyoncĂ©, star-crossed, and the Met Gala

Friday Favorites

Do you ever have one of those weeks where by Thursday you have nothing left to give? But there's still two work days left? Well I'm very glad that it is a long weekend this weekend and that I haven't planned anything (partly because I thought I was going to Wunnumin Lake First Nation to … Continue reading Friday Favorites