Friday Favorites: 11/24/22

I am so excited to veg on my couch, watch Derry Girls, and rest this weekend. I also have my first week where I'm not traveling for work in over a month and I am so excited to just be here. I also have to do some Christmas shopping this weekend, I did finally order … Continue reading Friday Favorites: 11/24/22

Realistic Christmas List

I will also be doing a much more fun dream Christmas list post, but this is the list that I will be sending to my family. A couple disclaimers, this is silly and fun, I obviously do not need anything for Christmas, I am happy to just be going home for the holidays and I … Continue reading Realistic Christmas List

Saturday Scroll: 11/05/22

I am so excited for this weekend, I need to sleep and not talk to anyone. My voice is gone. I don't know why, but every time I get sick I lose my voice. In high school, I used to keep a whiteboard in my locker to carry with me. Also, no one talks about … Continue reading Saturday Scroll: 11/05/22

Halloween Movie Marathon

Halloween movies are some of my favourite movies, they are so campy and ridiculous and they dip their toe into horror movie tropes without being scary, which I cannot handle. They are just so fun and are the perfect start to cozy season. The caveat to my list is of course, that there are no … Continue reading Halloween Movie Marathon

Friday Favorites: A Week to Rest

This is going to be a weird one, not following my normal format of Favorite Instagram, TV/Movie, Podcast, etc. because I haven't been consuming nearly as much digital media this week. I read 5 books, hung out with my family, threw up watching the new Spiderman movie (sorry to everyone in the 2:40 showing at … Continue reading Friday Favorites: A Week to Rest

Northern Diaries: Plans for Christmas and New Years in Southern Ontario

I am so excited to be heading home and to bop around Southern Ontario for 17 days (well four of those will be driving to and from Southern Ontario). I am a bit worried that Ms. Omicron will ruin this for me, but I am keeping my vaccinated fingers and toes crossed in hope. I … Continue reading Northern Diaries: Plans for Christmas and New Years in Southern Ontario

Realistic Thanksgiving Menu: Single & Solo

Well everyone, it's the end of September, time to wake up. In Canada, Thanksgiving is in October (oh and we did it first, do I want to do a history lesson here? Yeah let's do it.) First Nations across Turtle Island held thanks giving celebrations for time immemorial to celebrate harvests and hunts. It actually … Continue reading Realistic Thanksgiving Menu: Single & Solo