A Response to All the Excess Baggage

I previously posted this on Facebook, but I’ve decided to post it also here. It has just recently come to my attention that my ex (hereon referred to as “X”) has been talking about me on YouTube and in an online blog in an extremely unfavourable manner. I am far from faultless (and I’ve longContinue reading “A Response to All the Excess Baggage”

Fitbit Charge 3: One Month Progress Update

Last month, Casey and I bought Fitbits so that we could begin tracking our daily activity with the goal of leading a less sedentary lifestyle. After one month of daily use, I am happy to report that we have achieved visible results. While we made use of all the tracker’s features, the extent varied accordingContinue reading “Fitbit Charge 3: One Month Progress Update”

Fitbit Charge 3: First Impressions

If you’ve read my previous post about losing baby weight, you’d know that I am a total stranger to exercise. Thus far, I have maintained a normal weight through diet. I lost the baby weight mainly through breastfeeding and moderating my food intake. This year though, I want to start some form of regular exercise,Continue reading “Fitbit Charge 3: First Impressions”

Ode to my General

From the first foray Armour was cast aside like clothes in a frenzy White flags raised Sighs surrendered in honour of a love that could Breathe So unlike past lovers, tepid desire Festering discontent Poison buds whispered caution Ignored at first but impossible to make history Transient cadets were just parlay for You, bastion ofContinue reading “Ode to my General”

How We Raised Our Baby on a Single Income Budget

I recently came across a Smart Parenting article that estimated the cost of raising a baby from 0 to 2 years at P1 million. Doing some quick math in my head, I concluded that it couldn’t possibly have cost even close to that much for us, because we got through on just my husband’s salaryContinue reading “How We Raised Our Baby on a Single Income Budget”