Sure struggle can help us see ‘what we’re made of’ when we can overcome said struggle, but sometimes you can get stuck. Sometimes depression can seep in. Sometimes self-care seems too hard.Read More
Like a lot of you out there I, too, own a DSLR that has been collecting dust for years. After the joy and excitement of purchasing my Nikon D5000 back in 2010 I quickly became overwhelmed by all the buttons and settings. Even though I am a faithful user guide reader, I still felt confused and bewildered after taking the time to thumb through it. I did take a course about how to use a DSLR a year or two later but none of it stuck. I went on to YouTube and Google and did countless hours of research but still nothing was helping me understand how to take awesome photos with this beast.Read More
Every single year on this day, people all over the world are busy either making or starting their resolutions for the new year. I’ve done it a number of times over my life too with, frankly, pathetic results. This year I decided to make a resolution that was a bit different than the usual, ‘I will loose x-amount-of-pounds by x-date’. No, this year’s resolution isn’t about trying to fix what I think is wrong with my body, it is to simply be kind to myself.
At 43, I’ve decided it’s finally time to give myself the respect I deserve.Read More
I attended my very first BlogJam this year and I’m so very glad I just happened to randomly see the Facebook Event in my news feed.
I didn’t know what to expect. I was going on my own and I would know, no one. I was definitely nervous and my anxiety levels were quite high but I bought my ticket and travelled up to Moncton, New Brunswick for a weekend full of bloggy goodness.Read More