Tag Archive | writing

A Poetic Pregnancy

Because I’m feeling all sorts of feels lately, I find my emotions best summed up in verse!  Enjoy!


This is my 100th post!  In honour of this very special occasion, I wanted to look back at some of my favourite posts and discuss where I’m at with my goals for my 32nd year! I have a number of favourite posts, all for various reasons.  Some posts I like the writing, others I like […]

And now to interrupt my regularly scheduled programming…

I’m just a girl who likes to write and my main outlet is this blog.  I have no illusions about this whole blogging thing – I understand that there are millions of them and that mine is just one tiny dot in a sky full of stars.  That is, until I was nominated for an award. What happened […]

There Goes My Year

A year ago I finally took a chance and I started a blog!!  A blog, people, a blog!  I’m a blogger.  What?!?  This was one of the goals I made for myself on my 30th birthday – I love to write and I needed an outlet and I decided the whole world was just waiting […]

Some Leggy Thanksgiving Poetry

In honour of Thanksgiving, I’d like to thank my legs.  And since I can’t just say “thanks legs” like a normal person, here’s some poetry on this fine holiday Monday.   In recent days I’ve noticed there’s a need, Due to accumulating evidence, To recognize the limbs I use to lead And show greater appreciation […]

Let the Habit-ization Begin

I’m attempting to adopt the following 11 habits over the course of my 31st year: Blog 2 times weekly. Drink 8 glasses of water daily. Eat dinner at the kitchen table every week night. Eat salad daily. Exercise for 45 minutes 3 times weekly. Floss daily. Go 1 day every week without TV. Go to […]

1 Down, 30 To Go

As some of you have undoubtedly realized from reading my very first blog post ever (I’m still reeling from officially becoming a “blogger!”) or by visiting my 31 Goals page, I’ve already achieved one of my goals: Start a blog.  Of course I had an ulterior motive including this goal on the list: I’m a […]