Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Banana Bread

As a mom, I've come to accumulate a lot of apple cinnamon oatmeal packages... well today I decided to use some of my stash and get baking! Lucky Malcolm! I had a hard time trying to find a recipe online that you would think is so simple! I never ended up finding one... I did... Continue Reading →

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Valentine’s Day Gift Guide 2020

Hey guys! How's everyone's start to February going? Last year I did a post for Valentine’s Day | Gifts For Her and this year I thought I'd do the same. Some ideas are the same from last years post and some are new ideas added! I hope you guys enjoy & for the men, maybe give... Continue Reading →

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My Opinion on Standard Vs. Automatic

Happy Sunday Everyone! How are my fellow Canadian’s and American’s making out after the time change lastnight? Recently I’ve been involved in a lot of car talk and buying a new car. I personally do not know how to drive standard!!! I am an automatic driver.... for now.... I wanted to share with you guys... Continue Reading →

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Merritton Tunnel – Blue Ghost Tunnel

Usually mistaken for the Screaming Tunnel and often found while trying to search for the Warner Road tunnel. The Merritton Tunnel, also known as Blue Ghost Tunnel is located between locks 18 and 19 of the former Welland Canal in Thorold, Ontario and dates back to 1876. The construction of the now abandoned railway tunnel... Continue Reading →

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How to spend Valentines Day with a Toddler

Happy Thursday everyone! Today I wanted to share a quick and easy guid for the moms and dads who follow me. As this is the first real year I can take part in Valentine’s Day activities with Malcolm, I came across some pretty neat gifts and cute little date ideas to have with your little... Continue Reading →

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Screaming Tunnel

Just off the Queen Elizabeth Parkway on Warner Road, in Niagara Falls, you can find one of the most known and popular tunnels around, The Screaming Tunnel. With many different storys to the history of the tunnel, but they all end in a little girl who burned to death in the middle of the tunnel.... Continue Reading →

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4 Month Update & Malcolm Goes For Surgery!

It's been a long 4 months since I've really posted anything! Malcolm's been growing up and learning a lot and FAST! He's completely confident with walking, running and he loves his bike/stroller rides! To pass the time in our days, he plays in his pool and sandbox and watches The Wiggles and Alvin and The... Continue Reading →

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Happy Birthday Malcolm!!

😭😭😭 where did the year go! A very happy birthday to my big boy ❤️ as we say goodbye to your baby year and hello to toddler 😭 you've learned so much this past year, you can say mama, dada and yea. You're walking EVERYWHERE and running away when you find the chance. You love... Continue Reading →

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30 Money Free Ways to Enjoy the Weekend

Happy a Saturday guys! For my followers out in British Columbia, I'd like to wish you all an amazing Family Day on Monday!! As for the rest of us in Canada, we'll be celebrating Family Day next Monday. Today I want to share with you guys, 30 completely free ways to enjoy the weekend. For... Continue Reading →

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Story Time – National Judo Champion

Welcome to my monthly story time. Today I'm going to share with you guys an accomplishment of mine that I'm very proud of! Many of my youth years were spent training in a dojo, traveling around Canada for trainings, clinics, and competitions. A sport not known by many. Judo meaning the gentle way, belonging the... Continue Reading →

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Toxic relationships can cause PTSD.

Someone told me once that you can’t get PTSD over a toxic relationship. WRONG. Yes you can. Oh boy can you!! I’ve dated some real ass holes (pretty much 90%of who I dated). I’ve been physically abused, mentally abused, emotionally abused and verbally abused…. All of that is trauma… And what is PTSD associated with?!... Continue Reading →

The History of The Kress Hotel

Not many people know or are aware that the Preston Springs Hotel wasn't the first "healing" hotel to be built in Preston. The history around the whole town was the sulphur spring that Joseph Erb had discovered. The high sulfur content was rumored to heal arthritis and rheumatism. In the late 1840's, the north-east corner... Continue Reading →

Preston, Ontario History (pt.1)

In 1979, Preston became known as a little community nestled into a new city known as Cambridge. After amalgamating with the town of Hespeler, the City of Galt and the Village of Blair, The City of Cambridge was born. Before 1979, Preston had a beautiful yet somewhat of a scam business running. Follow along with... Continue Reading →

Take Care & Love Yourself First

There's alot going on in the world between COVID19 and the public panicking, between self-isolation and social distancing, a person with anxiety or depression WILL struggle in these times if they allow themselves too. Thriving off of routine and peer communication, we have to find other ways to keep our minds occupied during this crazy... Continue Reading →

Favourite Fast-Food Restaurants

Hey guys , I wanted to do a quick post today for you guys, so here we go! With all the shutdowns due to COVID-19, I thought this would be a perfect time to share my favourite fast-food restaurants now that I can't visit them as often as I'd like. 1. HarveysOne of the main... Continue Reading →

The Hermitage – Ancaster, Ontario

A well known landmark to local residents, located on Sulphur Springs Road in Dundas Valley, Ontario - The Hermitage. Popular destination for haunted ghost walks and intrigued explorers because of its haunted history. History of Lot 41/1 Now Known as The HermitageDating back to 1830, Lot 41/1 was purchased by Reverend George Sheed who moved... Continue Reading →

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