Gananoque town councillor and art gallery owner Dennis O’Connor has been out and proud his entire life. He says he… Read more Putting a Price Tag on Pride: Is Culture Consumption Helpful or Harmful?
Hello and happy Friday, humans of the Internet! I’ve been sitting on this announcement for a while now, and we… Read more Delving Into Fiction Part 2: I’m getting published, baby!
Places Around the World: A Blogging Community Collaboration Before we jump in, a disclaimer: I do not recommend or condone… Read more Explore Ottawa Like A Local: 3 Hidden Gems in Canada’s Capital
If you’ve been following along, you probably know I recently graduated from uOttawa’s Digital Journalism program. This weekend while I… Read more Still the Best Job Going: A tribute to Carleton Place’s Theresa Fritz and her thoughts on the changing face of Canadian journalism
Since I was a little girl, I’ve always wanted to tell stories. I wasn’t a popular kid growing up. I… Read more Delving Into Fiction Part 1: Growing Pains
I’ve never been good at writing poetry. For a thankfully brief period in high school I was under the misguided… Read more The Many Personalities of Me by Bailey Gee: A completely unqualified review
Although it’s probably evident based on the headline, a quick trigger warning before we dive in: This post explores sexual… Read more Pepé Le Pew Cancelled: A Survivor’s Perspective
If existing as a female in this mortal coil for 27 years has taught me anything, it’s that the most… Read more Womanhood and the struggle of being ‘too much’
It’s National Coming Out Day. No, this is not a coming out post. Most people reading this probably know me… Read more A Quick Note on #NationalComingOutDay
I can still remember exactly how I felt the first time I ever saw my younger sister Anne-Marie “in action.”… Read more Cold Coffee and Code Blues: Life as a new RN during the COVID-19 pandemic
Under normal circumstances, when the month of May rolls around and the last of the ice clears from the St.… Read more Toronto artist captures stunning Portraits in Isolation for a once in a lifetime ‘window show’
Kick those Monday blues with 5 of my favourite (and, in my opinion, most underrated) song covers by female artists. Feminism and music in the same morning? Yes please!
As 25-year-old Corinne Rose made her way into the Pinecrest Remembrance Chapel, she felt her head beginning to spin. For… Read more ‘It could have been any one of us’: Setting the record straight on Substance Use Disorder in the wake of Ottawa overdose deaths
Less than a month after its release date, Ottawa Valley singer-songwriter Danah-Lee’s emotionally charged second album Sunshine & Bonbons has… Read more Ottawa Valley artist Danah-Lee crushes more milestones with second album
As well-known social media specialist Simon Mainwaring famously wrote: “The role of social media is critical because it helps to… Read more #QueerInTheCapital: Exploring Social Media and Queer Identity in Ottawa
Happy International Women’s Day to all the strong, sexy, badass women in my life and in the world. Whether we know each other personally or not, know I’m rooting for you.
As someone who has lived with clinical depression for years, I know first-hand how easy it can be to let… Read more 5 things to do instead of taking a depression nap
This one is for the music junkies out there. No matter your taste, I can guarantee the following albums will make you feel something, and if 2018 has been as draining for you as it was for me, perhaps a case of the “feels” is exactly what we need.
Anyone who knows me knows that I am not a healthy living enthusiast or a meal planner. Don’t get me… Read more I actually tried one of those meal-kit delivery companies, and it didn’t suck
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This topic has been cooking in my brain (and my drafts) for quite some… Read more Mental Health Awareness Month: Delayed Emotional Response and Minimizing Trauma