I've said it before, this isn't a food blog, but since I'm a millennial basic bitch at heart, there's nothing I love more than a trendy little Instagram worthy brunch option. To be honest, I don't know why everyone loses their minds over avocado, they don't taste like anything and they're actually pretty finicky little … Continue reading Basic Bitch Avocado Toast
As I prep tonight’s gourmet single-girl dinner which consists of half a bag of Skinny-pop popcorn and a caffeine free Diet Coke, I find myself feeling an overwhelming amount of guilt for having given up on myself. I guess you could say my “fuck it” meter is at an all time high at the moment. … Continue reading Forget the spark, I need a blow torch
It was a blistering hot Saturday afternoon, I found myself at a local lakefront festival surrounded by the who’s-who of my town that included the mayor and a local political party leader who probably peed in my childhood pool at some point when we were both kids growing up together. I'm sure I'm not alone in … Continue reading How many degrees of separation before I have to move?
They say that driving is a privilege, not a right, but what I don't understand is how insurance companies think that gives them the right to pretty much have us at their mercy for the rest of our ever-loving lives. If you really think about it, we're all paying insane insurance premiums just so that … Continue reading The fast and the furious life of a female driver
You just booked your next trip, googled all the best restaurants within walking distance to your hotel and scouted out all the drool worthy locations to be photographed in that will look best with a Valencia filter for your Instagram feed. You’re on cloud 9, bragging about all the fancy alcoholic beverages you’re going to … Continue reading But, where do I check my emotional baggage?
Everybody has their own version of a horrible break up story. Unfortunately, many of us have experienced being lied too, cheated on, taken advantage of and even emotional or physical abuse in a relationship. We’ve all been exposed to the countless horror stories that cut like a knife from either our own experiences or those … Continue reading Life gave me lemons, so I took half the furniture
It was 2nd semester, my grade 10 year, I was just getting into the groove of “real” high school and learning how to style my frizzy blunt bangs, when I met my first official boyfriend. Having been sheltered for a majority of my primary years attending a church basement private school, the culture shock of … Continue reading My first (gay) boyfriend – a lesson in chivalry