Of course you’ve heard of cacao. It’s been so popular in smoothie shops, acai bowls, and discussed on other fancy health blogs. I bought a bag of it in a health food store last year because it was on sale […]
When I wrote Why I Don’t Talk About Politics on Social Media Anymore, I had a bit of backlash from people claiming that I can ignore politics because it doesn’t affect me.
How much time do you spend looking at screens? Considering I work mostly online, not including the time I spend just playing around, I spend at least 6 hours a day on my computer alone. That doesn’t count every time […]
How do our relationships with other people affect our moods? After a conversation with someone (positive or negative), sometimes it seems like my mood can shift entirely from being happy to being sad or vice versa. Maybe who we interact […]
Facebook’s Birthday Fundraiser feature raises questions about tax fraud. Why are people always so angry and jump to conclusions on Facebook, especially on a mere speculation?
On my personal Instagram the other day, I shared a photo of my bees bearding around the hive. Are they swarming or are they bearding? How can you tell?
It seems like everyone has an obsession with politics these days, but how can you not? The political climate impacts our daily lives in all aspects, not just taxes and school. it impacts how safe we are in our country, […]
Correct me if I’m wrong, but bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) seems to have less societal acceptance than depression without mania (chronic, dysthymia, etc). Depression seems more common: Is it?
Is ignorance actually bliss?
Over the weekend, I stopped by fellow floxie Mark Girard’s house in Ottawa, Ontario for a floxie-related meeting. He and his sister Cindy were so kind and welcoming. Their house smelled like fresh ginger and their kitchen was oozing with […]