Alright, it appears many people will be staying home either for precautionary or enforced reasons. Which means, the internet will be booming.
We need our daily fix, our online entertainment, especially now. I don’t know how long people can binge-watch over a period of two, three or more weeks, especially with the weather finally changing a little, for the better (at least here in Toronto).
I hope wifi becomes an essential service… 😀
I for one prefer reading (and writing) to watching shows. But I suspect I will be watching some shows, just for a change of pace…
Here’s the latest recap from Toronto:
Continue reading Diversions, distractions…the new normal has begun
Let’s talk about something a little less pleasant for a change.
Let’s talk about colonoscopies.
First point I’d like to make: I am not doing it.
Continue reading Midlife health, regular checkups, and Corona virus prep
On some days, the slightest thing can cause me to feel major anxiety.
And yet, the same exact thing another day may not even register on my brain.
I don’t get it.
Continue reading Part-time anxiety issues
This morning I really didn’t feel like going to boot camp.
Then I looked outside.
Car covered in snow.
Now I really, really didn’t feel like getting myself all packed up into layers to go to boot camp.
So when 9:05 came around …
Continue reading Hump day drivel
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There is a pub in our neighbourhood that serves traditional Polish food. Or, Eastern European (so northern Germany, into the Baltic states, etc…) If you like Schnitzel and potatoes and pickled things and, um…beer, well this pub serves that.
What’s more, it’s walking distance from our house.
Continue reading Eating local – brick and mortar pub in the ‘hood
I joined an app for offering my services as a dog walker because I am me and I can’t advertise myself without help.
(Shy, introverted, awkward…)
And by advertise I mean market myself. Like, post flyers on community boards and talk to people. That type of marketing.
Which isn’t to say that I didn’t do that.
Continue reading Entrepreneuring a side business as a SAHM
There is a coffee shop in Canada called Tim Horton’s (Tim’s for short) that is ubiquitous with hockey families. Often, you will find a Tim’s near a rink, especially older arenas. Actually, there are Tim’s everywhere in the city, including near schools, churches and on every street corner.
I’m currently sitting in such a Tim’s on this snowy, Sunday night.
Continue reading Alone in a coffee shop at night
Disclaimer: if you shop, and like to shop, and can afford to shop at this store, and happen to be of GenX age, by all means, all the power to you. I am describing an experience I had personally and mean no offense to any snowflakes. Proceed with caution. Trolls, negativity, insults or attacks will be deleted and blocked.
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Two weeks ago I ventured into a Victoria’s Secret for the first time in at least 25 years.
Continue reading The GenX experience at Victoria Secret
I have been out of sorts this week.
Go ahead, roll your eyes. I know what you’re thinking:
Continue reading The reason why