Wise words: Free yourself from negative people

I don’t share things like this here often (you see enough of them on Facebook), however this one explains why I refuse to spend time with people who suck the life out of me: I feel like everyone should adhere to this rule as much as is within their control. Your life spans a short time, and you don’t need to spend it with people who guilt trip or demand your time without contributing anything positive in return. You need to spend it with the ‚Ķ Continue reading

Let’s pause a moment for today’s mantra:

  Here are just some of those wonderful people: And this isn’t a person, but I imagine the person who made it is pretty cool.   Miklos gets a couple pictures because he’s my favourite person in the world. Who are your wonderful people? Share the post “Let’s pause a moment for today’s mantra:” FacebookTwitterPinterestE-mail Continue reading


There’s something about every word kids use today that makes me feel like an old person who knows words too well to want to listen to them poorly utilized. ¬†Here is a list of words I would be happy never to hear again: Awkward Legit Epic [Not a word, but a phrase:] “In all honesty…” “For real” Bro Totes Toight (like tight, with an inserted ‘o’, for the old people reading) Vajeen (gross) And although it’s not on the list, you kids are totes ruining ‚Ķ Continue reading

Jesus, not a New Years Resolution Blog Already

The word of the day is: DEMONSTRATIVE. ¬†Actually, just ‘demonstrative’. ¬†People should never use all-caps for emphasis unless they are really angry and writing hard onto an actual piece of paper and then doing what I do which is to scribble in angry circles all over the all-cap after I’ve written it real big, then throwing it in the fire and giggling. What it means, according to some dictionary anyway, is: de¬∑mon¬∑stra¬∑tive¬†¬†(d-mnstr-tv) adj. 1.¬†Serving to manifest or prove. 2.¬†Involving or characterized by demonstration. 3.¬†Given to ‚Ķ Continue reading