Why I have a Soft spot for Seniors and Why It Matters

For as long as I can remember, anytime I have ever come across and elderly person, I have always extended a hand or have sparked up a conversation with them; wether it was on the Toronto Transit Commission (public transit in Toronto), while walking on the street or anywhere I happened to see one, my…

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7 Tips on Surviving Part-time Motherhood 

J, is a project engineer for an automation company who supplies for the automotive industry. He works long hours, and spends very little time at home, aside from the weekend that flies by so quick. J also has to travel for work to oversee installations of their projects, provide tech support, and so forth. The…

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Here Comes Eleven!

Eleven Years, Happy for Eleven In eleven days, J and I will take each other’s hands, look into each other’s eyes and profess to each other, just for each other what this new milestone in each of our lives mean.   In eleven days, it will be the eleventh year that we have said yes,…

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Tips on surviving March Break (Staycation)

Sunday is half-way done, and we’re leading into a full-week of screaming children, trying to figure out when time starts and ends in one day. If you’re like me who’s taking on a staycation instead of a fun trip outside the country, then you’re going to need some tips on how to get through the…

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Whats the struggle

Someone had posted to find out what’s the one thing they struggle with, either as a parent, or with oneself.  Here’s one of my struggles: I HAVE A HARD TIME ADMITTING, I NEED HELP.   I have a hard time with admitting I need help with anything. I could be struggling so hard, but instead of…

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Lets Get it, TOGETHER!

Alright, alright, settle down.. The kids are all finally asleep..im writing this from my phone so bear with me if it doesn’t come out esthetically correct (c’mon you’re here for more than that)… Its been an exhausting three days, sort of half way through the week..but when you’re a stay-at-home-mom, the week ending and the…

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Every Piece of You

There is without a doubt that motherhood takes a tole on everything that is you! From your health, to your physical standing, to your emotional state, to your eating habits, to your washroom routine, to your sleeping routine, to everything else in between. I don’t know how many times I’ve had carpal tunnel from the…

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Becoming MRS

Most of the ones who know J and I, know we’re merely Common Law partners. We have been together for the last ten years. In ten years, we’ve managed to complete goals together like post-secondary while have a toddler, and then another within that five year. In ten years, we’ve also been blessed with three…

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Breaking (s) point.

I envy those who have a breaking point and step forward from there they begin to heal, they begin to piece things together, they begin to see the light in their darkness. I’ve had some of those, but it never stuck. I’m staring at my daughter, looking at her sing in words she babbles to…

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Half Point

It’s been nineteen days since my last post. It’s been crazy busy in the last few weeks, with small minor details consuming our days. It’s not very often when we get ‘down time’. There’s always plenty to do. Aside from mommy duties, there are a ton of stay-at-home mom stuff that needs tending to. The…

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