Photo cred: Calum Lewis through Unsplash I have a pet peeve I need to share and get off my chest. I have a lot of pet peeves. I'm basically a grumpy old man in a Karl Lagerfeld sweater. Here's one of my latest, something nearly every woman on Pinterest is guilty of doing: calling a … Continue reading Can we Stop Calling all Good Food ‘Crack’?
I'm not a vegan. I'm not even a vegetarian. I wear leather. I drive. I drive a truck. I live outside the city. I believe that carbon taxes won't work (unless we use all the funds for environmentally-friendly energy investments). I don't buy organic. You'd think that I wouldn't live a 'clean' lifestyle, one that … Continue reading 12 Ways you can Live a More Environmentally Friendly Life
My top herbs in my kitchen: chives; parsley; dill; rosemary; thyme; sage; and mint. Fresh herbs don’t need to be just for the chefs of the rich or the summer months. You can easily have fresh herbs in your home all year long! They’re easy to maintain and ups your cooking game, making it so … Continue reading Make your Kitchen like a Chefs: Fresh Herbs
Guys, it's happened! Spring has finally arrived! I was so excited by the warm temperatures that I immediately went out to buy jiffy pots, soil, new chairs, and more planters that I definitely didn't truly need. I spent all day Sunday (the day it suddenly turned nice) outside, walking about my yard and finding long … Continue reading Spring Cleaning Checklist
Spring is well on it's way. Well, for most people. Third winter is coming for Winnipeg, but that's nothing new. Spring has different timings all over the world; some, are complaining about the 'chilly' days and rain, while others are still getting snow. No matter when your spring starts, you can be sure that these tips … Continue reading The Top Chores for Outdoor Spring Cleaning