Recipe: Chia Pudding

  So my new “lifestyle” means that I have to start experimenting with all kinds of new foods and first up on my list was chia pudding. Chia pudding gets a lot of hoopla on the foodie blogs that I have been checking out lately so I was excited about trying out a chia pudding. […]

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One and not the other

Last year, Maks decided that he was going to win the principal’s award. His year started off really badly. The transition from day-care to public school was difficult. And it took Maks almost the entire school year to finally get the hang of things. He was failing pretty miserably at both the French and English […]

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Award Winning

The boys school have a monthly award ceremony. According to the school handbook; these awards assemblies are to encourage the kids to follow the seven golden rules* that the school lives by and the kids that live the values get recognized with the an award. To make it even more special, the parents of the […]

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Carnival won this year

My sunburned chest is my badge of dishonour for Trinidad Carnival this year. As always, my Trinidad carnival experience was phenomenally wonderful. From the moment I landed, I loved it even with all the other negative things were buzzing around the periphery of brain during the trip. There were so many things that were buzzing […]

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Divide & Conquer

Dinner has always been my thing. I make dinner. I get home from work and I make dinner. That’s always just how it worked. No one else in the house ever really wants to make dinner and if they don’t like what I make then they just scrounge up something else or buy something on […]

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Hot & Cold

For the last three months I self-diagnosed myself as going through early onset menopause. I based my diagnosis on WebMD and the fact that I was having off the charts hot and cold flashes. Now I know that my track record when it comes to self-diagnosis has been less than stellar but I was pretty […]

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