Well if you’re near me, in Ontario, or if your area is similar to ours, then you’re back in lockdown. This time is a little different. We’ve been through this before and we’re better prepared to cope with the realities. Along with our own… Continue Reading “Let’s Read Together This Year”
You might of seen this comical gem floating around online. We’ve all been there, girl, there’s no shame! Around the end of November and beginning of December I did some reflecting on where my skin care routine was at (ahem, inconsistent, bordering on non-existent.)… Continue Reading “Let’s talk Skincare routine”
We’re fast approaching the resolution season and we’re all remembering how wrong we were about 2020. So how do we feel better going to 2021?
With so many people working from home during the pandemic and a number of companies exploring longer term work from home policies here’s a few ideas for creating a work from home routine that doesn’t suck.
When it comes to fitness, improving our strength and losing weight, our bodies need rest. We have a culture that’s really turned us against that, though. A culture that’s normalized working out 6-7 days a week and made rest feel like a synonym for… Continue Reading “Recovery Days Don’t Mean Defeat”
Some thoughts on fitbit versus pale watch in the world of wearable technology and fitness
Just wanted to pop in with a plug for my cute little etsy shop Seashell & Mermaid =) Here’s a few of my fave designs – but I also do custom work! Think that sweet t-shirt you’ve always wished you could find, or sets… Continue Reading “Seashell & Mermaid”
What are your 2020 GOALS? Do you prefer goals or resolutions? Here’s some food for thought going in to the new yeaR =)
Last year around this time I took some time to reflect on my first year of blogging. Back then this blog was called Oh My Mermaid – it launched in early 2018 and it was great to see how the first year went. Those… Continue Reading “2019 In Review”
Let me start by saying I always resented that phrase – “real job” – as if the way I earned my money wasn’t actual work. People loved to ask if I was applying at “real jobs” or if I’d thought about giving up teaching… Continue Reading “Getting a “Real Job””