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Poetry for The Stable Genius

Poetry for The Stable Genius

It’s truly stunning what comes out of the mouth of the stable genius to our south. Even if he has the  attention span of a toddler, he should still be required to read up (even a little bit) on issues he clearly feels passionate about….

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If You Believe in the Motto “Parenting Never Ends,” Read This

If You Believe in the Motto “Parenting Never Ends,” Read This

Do you believe in the motto “parenting never ends”? As the mom of two university-aged sons, I do! So, I was super-duper excited to discover a publication, Grown & Flown, that speaks to me as the mom of “kids” between the ages of 18 and…

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A+ on Resolutions so Far

A+ on Resolutions so Far

Well, it’s January 5th. How are your resolutions going so far? I’m happy to report that I haven’t broken any New Year promises to myself. It’s easier when your resolution is to not make any resolutions. If you recall, I did commit to a few…

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Stranger Things In Bed (and Other Bests of 2017)

Stranger Things In Bed (and Other Bests of 2017)

My dearest reader, Well, 2017 is almost officially a wrap! Thank you for visiting my weekly blog this year. Do you have any idea how much it means to me? SO MUCH! Here are my most popular posts of 2017. Doing Stranger Things in Bed…

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Girls Just Want to Have Fun (And Work Less in their Relationship)

Girls Just Want to Have Fun (And Work Less in their Relationship)

I was having this weird flash back to university days this week. It may have been triggered by getting a Christmas card from my pal Heather. Our dear friendship goes back to university days, a very, very long time ago. Cindy Lauper’s “Girls Just Want…

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Keeping the Faith (A Better Way to Beat Trump & All He Stands For)

Keeping the Faith (A Better Way to Beat Trump & All He Stands For)

There are two kinds of people when it comes to dealing with injustice. The first kind are people like me who get so angry they want to bash something or drink themselves into a stupor. Since I’m not a big drinker I took up kickboxing…

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When Should You Say “I Love You”?

When Should You Say “I Love You”?

Do you remember the first time you told someone “I love you”? Looking back, what motivated you to say it at that exact moment? And, if you were to roll back the hands of time, would you pick the same time? In this story for…

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Canadian By Design

Canadian By Design

No doubt you noticed that Meghan Markle wore a coat by LINE The Label, a Toronto designer, in her debut as Prince Harry’s bride-to-be on Monday. Should you be coveting that coat, you are out of luck. Other women have already made a run for…

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Roaming & Romance in Kitchener-Waterloo

Roaming & Romance in Kitchener-Waterloo

I have done a dizzying amount of travel in the past 15 months for a gal who rarely makes it out of her attic office. In the summer of 2016, we took a family trip to Greece. Then, I tagged along with John to England…

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5 Tips for Dating an Introvert

5 Tips for Dating an Introvert

I first learned about the personality assessment, Meyers-Briggs, in my corporate work. And it explained a lot. Like why, as an introvert, I would rather have root canal than sign up for  golf day. Now, I have been thinking about it in the relationship context….

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