Personal Experiences

Our Summer of Memories- Week 1

In Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire- one of the places our Mom wanted to visit because of her love of Shakespeare of course! Summer, summertime! This summer has been one of my favourites in a long time, not only have we had some lovely weather, but if you follow us on our social media, you'll know that we… Continue reading Our Summer of Memories- Week 1


Just A Thought

Time. It's something that we're told moves quickly. But then we're told that it takes time for wounds to heal, and realities to be met. It's slow. Its going at it's own pace. Time. It's what I need right now. More time to reflect on the good times. Time. To remember those late nights that… Continue reading Just A Thought

RnR Reviews

Back To School Worksheets with

If you know me, you know I love a good activity sheet for Neveah, on our vacation, we printed out lots of different educational, but fun ones to keep her busy in the car on our long drives and boys did she enjoy them! Like mother! Because of this, Jessica at reached out to… Continue reading Back To School Worksheets with

Book Review

Book Review: All The Things We Cannot See

R1 picked this book up a couple years ago, when Dollard Library was doing it's annual book sale. It then sat on her bookshelf for ages and in some ways she forgot about it. Cue R1's move to the UK, when she came across it again and decided to pack it along with the 200… Continue reading Book Review: All The Things We Cannot See


Removing the Veil On Aunt Flo

Monthly visitor, or like the one we went for, Aunt Flo, so many cryptic words to describe the same process- most of us go through it and yet it's so hush hush. Even in the commercials for feminine hygiene products, they can't even show it in a realistic way. Women with massive grins on their… Continue reading Removing the Veil On Aunt Flo

RnR Interviews

RnR Interview: Jenn Dupuis

Most of us have that person on our social media who we have fallen out of touch with for various reasons, but whom we secretly support or full on Stan...well meet Jennifer! We attended Cedarcrest Elementary School together (I won't tell you how many years ago), I moved away in grade 6 and I can't… Continue reading RnR Interview: Jenn Dupuis


Face On

Stretch,Get up,It's that time again,Wash your face and worries away and face the day,Pace,Get dressed,Dress your face with a smile,Plastered on and steady,Stable and resilient,Those are the traits people want to see,Not cracking or vulnerable,Eat breakfast, Wash it down with my feelings,Sprinkle on some positivity and shake off the woes,Get in the car and drive… Continue reading Face On

Book Review

Book Review: Circe by Madeline Miller

Fully bandwagon hopped and bought this book because of how much I was seeing it on Instagram and how much buzz it was getting. #noshame. On top of the fact that it was shortlisted for the 2019 Women's Prize, but lost out to An American Marriage, so that MUST mean I have great taste in… Continue reading Book Review: Circe by Madeline Miller