The battle is over. Even demonic ghosts cannot be fought and all that’s left of you, my demon, is a ghost. The how and when hardly matter, all I know is you have been vanquished allowing me to someday find peace. What’s left of you are scars and patchy memories which will fade with time. […]

Days like these

Some days you put on the corset, climb the mountain, take the castle, slay the giant and still have enough energy to Netflix and chill with the prince you just saved. Other days it takes just about every ounce of strength to get up in the morning, brush your teeth and go to work. Just […]

Swim, little duckling

Swim, little duckling, keep your head high and you will be alright. “Why?” You ask. Because your mother does, and your father, and their parents before them. You don’t understand it. It’s exhausting. It hurts. The water fights you, tries to pull you down. Splashing in your face and getting you soaking wet. You fall […]

Dare to Vegan – Part VI. Vegan Product Box

While going (mostly) vegan has been a great experience for me, I’ve noticed that I’m getting a little bit stuck in a rut. While there are plenty of recipes to try out, I’ve noticed that, snackwise, I keep coming back to the same products. So, when I came across The ultimate vegan box in a facebook […]

Finding a new normal

It’s been a little over 4 months since I was diagnosed with a burnout and I’ve been recovering, slowly but steadily. Last month I was able to go back to work at 20% of my usual hours and we just upped that to 50% this week. It’s exhausting and taking a lot of me physically, […]

Dare to Vegan – Part IV. Week III

The first part of this week wasn’t all too different from the past two. I’m starting to fall into a routine, I know which products I can and can’t get when I’m at the supermarket, I’m still not craving meat though I would love some cheese. So far I haven’t been able to find a […]

Dare to Drive – Part VIII. Final lesson

My final driving lesson was on Monday and, as expected, I’m not road safe enough to get a permit without supervision. The instructor did say I made a lot of progress in the past few lessons, especially on the longer, calmer stretches of road I tend to do just fine. It’s still the busy town […]