We live in a golden age of TV. This thought is not original to me—I think I first read it in one of those Slate- or Atlantic-type thinkpieces—but I’m putting it here anyway, in case it’s one that hasn’t occurred to you yet.
90s/2000s kids, read it and reminisce!
I know, I know: my current site design is hideous, and the site itself appears to have no reason to exist. Let me explain.
I think the world would be a better place if everyone graduated high school with this knowledge:
My current logo is a slice of grapefruit. I was happy with this until last night, when I started watching a Jim Gaffigan comedy special in which he called grapefruits the worst fruit.
When you’re setting out on your first trip, you’ll probably want to retain your Canadian residency.
I’ve got a one-way ticket to Chiang Mai, Thailand in mid-June, and I’m super excited!
Here’s something I wish I knew earlier, though: there are two kinds of instructions on how to travel the world.
It’s tempting to look for someone who loves you more than you love them. This is a mistake.
This recipe never fails to get rave reviews.
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