Sweet and Savoury Waffles

Sweet and Savoury Waffles

Breakfast-for-dinner is a huge deal in our house. I'll be honest, it's my second favourite meal after brunch. Breakfast for dinner is a super easy way to get all the food group into my kiddos quickly and easily. It usually involves come kind of egg (scrambled, fried, or omelette style) and waffles. Keep reading for some of my favourite mom-hacks and flavour combinations.

Love Handles And Other Things We Hold On To

Love Handles And Other Things We Hold On To

We attach descriptives like glowing, radiant and healthy to pregnant bodies, and then turn around and call those same, postpartum bodies tired, flabby, and untoned. The moment mothers give birth, the race is on to erase the stretch marks, tighten the love handles, and tone the core. Celebrities who leave the hospital looking runway-ready, or grace the cover of magazines in bikinis a mere months after giving birth, do us no favours.

That Dirty Little Word

That Dirty Little Word

Unless they are familiar with the way these companies work, they will run in the other direction faster than you can say "nail polish". If they stay long enough to get a word out, they will most likely tell you all about pyramid schemes and why MLMs are all scams in sheep's clothing. In my humble opinion, multi-level marketing companies have suffered the same fate as many other businesses. A bunch of people, who don't know how to do things properly, ruin it for everyone else.

When Two Worlds Collide

When Two Worlds Collide

Prior to teaching, I worked for a non-profit foundation that ran programs for individuals with developmental disabilities. When I started, I knew very little about the community. Children with autism, developmental delays, and cognitive deficits were only something I read about when completing my psychology degree. I embraced the opportunity, as new as it was. [...]

We Are All Bad Moms

We Are All Bad Moms

As moms, our own worst critic is ourselves. We scrutinize every inch of our decisions. Are we feeding our children too much? Too little? Are they too short? Too tall? Are they outside enough? Too much? Every decision is a rubiks cube of emotions and a see-saw of back and forth. Don't get me wrong, dads do this too. Some, even more so than moms do. But there is a special place in our heads for mom-guilt.