Have you set any resolutions for yourself this year? I gave up making New Year’s Resolutions many years ago. Any resolutions I made always resulted in deep angst and self loathing as I consistently failed to maintain them. This year, I knew I needed to do things differently. Call it a resolution, or intention, or […]
This post is the first in a series titled “Family Friendly Feasts.” These recipes aim to be simple, nourishing, and delicious for the whole family. Mac ‘n cheese was not a staple in my household growing up. The fluorescent orange, slimy cheese sauce was not appealing to me at all. My mom didn’t know how […]
If you read my last post, you’ll know that this year for us is all about learning how we homeschool. Here’s the run down of the components we’re working with this year!
Two months ago, I decided to homeschool my son, who is 4. Here in Ontario, he was registered to attend Junior Kindergarten (JK). And, I was never the kind of mum who wanted to homeschool her children! I used to count the seconds until JK would begin.
The task of parenthood often seems monumental. And it definitely requires guts, a willingness to get dirty, and infinite vats of patience. But can embracing the burden and gift of parenthood teach us to be better parents, and better human beings?