I’ve noticed while reading other blogs that one of the persistent worries people have is that they don’t have anything exciting to write about.
Often times I see phrases like ‘my life is boring, routine and not interesting’, or variations of that.
Well, I think we all get sucked into that mentality, don’t we? For the most part, life is pretty routine, for all of us.
So why is it that some people find things to write about daily and maintain interest in their readership, while others struggle to come up with something they consider interesting enough to write/blog about and share with the internet? Continue reading “Why do we blog? On fear, inspiration and writer’s block”
Who coined the phrase ‘sleeps like a baby’?
I would like that person to step forward and explain this statement to me.
Were they a parent of a baby?
I bet they were not.
I mean, I don’t know too many babies that sleep the way it’s implied in that statement. Certainly not my babies. Most certainly not my second baby.
You know who sleeps like babies should? Continue reading “Not sleeping like a baby”
On Saturday while out getting regular food to see us through the weekend I picked up some Skiddles filled eggs to hide for the kids.
I did this because I’m an idiot. We need more sugar in this house like we need another hole in our heads. Continue reading “Easter, and starting a new health focus”
I’m a ‘less is more’ kind of girl when it comes to beauty.
I’m not a user of extensive products. I have my few items I like, sometimes I try new ones, but I don’t own drawers full of stuff to enhance external things. It’s quite simple really: Continue reading “Beauty routines in your 40s”
As I get older, my ability to drink beverages and then go out someplace that does not have a loo nearby is getting more challenging with every passing year. So, longer dog walks, parks and playgrounds, even some baseball diamonds are out (unless they’re newer and have these facilities on the premises, which here in Toronto is not always the case).
Hiding in bushes is neither convenient (it’s February, all the branches are bare), nor desirable (I’m not a kid, or a man…) 🙄
Coffee, tea and water are the worst culprits. Continue reading “Monitoring beverages”
Do you have some odd or quirky way of doing things in your household that some people think is weird?
My family often thinks that I’m odd and quirky. I used to think that I’m the only one, but it appears that this is simply not so. Some of the blogs I have discovered in the last few months proves this to me. There are women like me out there who agonize over things that don’t seem to preoccupy the general population but bother people like me.
So when this thing happened last night, I didn’t feel quite so odd anymore.
Allow me to elaborate: Continue reading “Quirks and oddities: running the household”