A Reintroduction: An Update on My Break-Up with Social Media

This was the first week in almost two months where I intentionally chose to log into my social media accounts. For the past two months, my life has been much quieter, and I have been much more content with literally everything. Taking a break from social media has been one of the best decisions I've … Continue reading A Reintroduction: An Update on My Break-Up with Social Media

Living with Anxiety:My Social Media Break-Up

Instagram, I'm breaking up with you. Facebook? I need some space. Pinterest - this time around, it's not me actually, it's you. This social media trifecta has, for quite some time, been my escape, my mind-numbing scrolling past time, often times my inspiration, but more often than not, the root of my discontent. Yes, I'm … Continue reading Living with Anxiety:My Social Media Break-Up

It’s Been a While…and My Legs are Sore

Hello, again. It's been a while. I feel like I almost need to reintroduce myself. Life has been a wonderful, messy conglomeration of chicken-coop building, garden-planting, end-of-the-year schooling, and all around savouring the warm weather. Keeping up with my blog has very quickly shifted to a back-burner pastime. However, we have continued on in our … Continue reading It’s Been a While…and My Legs are Sore

An End of an Era: Mourning the Loss of Nap Time

It is an end of an era. We are officially swimming in uncharted waters. Elsie has said "so-long" to nap time. Abruptly. Whole-heartedly. Exuberantly. Like everything else she does in life. I say these are "uncharted waters" because Zoe, at four-and-a-half, has yet to give up her nap. The girl loves to sleep. Each afternoon, … Continue reading An End of an Era: Mourning the Loss of Nap Time

Finding Rest in Hospitality

It looked like a tornado had ravaged its way through our house. Toys were strewn from bedrooms, to living room, to bathroom, to playroom and back again. Dishes were piled and overflowing in the sink. We could feed one of our girls for a week with the amount of crumbs underneath the table. Somebody's kid … Continue reading Finding Rest in Hospitality

How to Eat for $500 a Month: Our Take on a Cash Only Grocery Budget

Phew. We made it. Today was my last grocery run for February. Five hundred dollars in a Hallmark card envelope to feed us for the past twenty-eight days.* A challenge, yes. Especially considering a month ago, our average grocery costs were hovering around $1000/month. This month, we halved it. And then some. In fact, at … Continue reading How to Eat for $500 a Month: Our Take on a Cash Only Grocery Budget

How Mom-Hood Changed My Relationship with Food: 3 Steps to Somewhat Effective Meal Planning

I was born hungry. Hang out with me for any length of time and you will know that I'm not one of those girls who "forgets to eat." I wake up every morning and my first thought is "what's for breakfast?" Those people that have a hard time eating in front of other people? Nope. … Continue reading How Mom-Hood Changed My Relationship with Food: 3 Steps to Somewhat Effective Meal Planning