AGING SKIN MAKE UP ROUTINE Mar15

AGING SKIN MAKE UP ROUTINE

By Katie Rose If you’ve been following for a while, you probably already know that not only do I have the most sensitive skin in the world, but I also have a lot of premature aging from years abusing the tanning bed. I have been complaining about it for years and now I …read more Source: Wild...

My Favorite Prenatal Workouts Mar14

My Favorite Prenatal Workouts

By Katie Rose As you all know, with this pregnancy, I really am focusing on keeping myself strong and healthy. After experiencing a pretty healthy pregnancy with Aubrey, having minimal back and hip pain until the last few weeks and remaining very active in the gym until 32 weeks, I did the entire …read more Source: Wild...

Why I Don’t Believe In A Birth Plan Mar11

Why I Don’t Believe In A Birth Plan

By Katie Rose Let’s just start this with saying when It comes to your pregnancy, your birth story, your body and your parenting, everything is 100% your choice. You have full control over how you deal with the situations in front of you and should take advice from no-one else but the little …read more Source: Wild...

Is it #NutritionMonth2019 or #DairyFarmersofCanadaMonth and #AvocadosofMexicoMonth?

By Diana We need to talk about Nutrition Month. More specifically, we need to talk about Dietitians of Canada’s Nutrition Month recipes. It’s been a long time (back in 2012 to be specific) since I wrote about the issue of sponsorship in regard to DC’s Nutrition Month materials. …read more Source: Bite My...

My Guide to Winning Over a Potential Mentor Mar10

My Guide to Winning Over a Potential Mentor

By thetrendytechie As a startup founder, I meet hundreds of people each month. When my startup was going through Techstars, there was a period when we met 80 people in back-to-back 20-minute meetings over a span of 10 days. And as a mentor myself, too often I’ve seen …read more Source: Trendy...

A Love Letter to the Farm Women’s Market Mar09

A Love Letter to the Farm Women’s Market

By Krista Dear Montgomery Farm Women’s Market, It was, without question, a standalone highlight of visiting Bethesda, to step inside your beautiful doorway and peruse the wares of the many women vendors of your market. During an era where the rights of women feel as though they’re being slowly striped away, it is a …read more Source:...

March Madness Wine Edition Mar09

March Madness Wine Edition

By darmyers March Madness has become the term for the NCAA Basketball Championships in the United States. For me, it’s waiting for winter to end and Spring to show its face. Here in Halifax, we’ve actually had more snow in March than we did in January or February. Snow …read more Source: Wine-In My...

The Halifax Real Estate Blog Weekly Market Rant and Statistics Update, by Jeremiah Wallace of ViewPoint Realty (Thursdays) Mar07

The Halifax Real Estate Blog Weekly Market Rant and Statistics Update, by Jeremiah Wallace of ViewPoint Realty (Thursdays)

Halifax (HRM) Residential Statistic Update for the Week of February – March 7th 28th, 2019(Previous weeks numbers in brackets)*Previous Year’s Stats​ Total MarketNew/Back to Market Listings: 330 (189, 218, 248, 250) *365Sold: 126 (111, 129, 114, 119) *135Sale To Listing Ratio: 38% (59%, 59%, 46%, 48%) *37%Price Changes: 100 …read more Source: Halifax Real Estate...

24 WEEK PREGNANCY UPDATE | Cholestasis, Pelvic Floor Specialist and how I’m feeling Mar07

24 WEEK PREGNANCY UPDATE | Cholestasis, Pelvic Floor Specialist and how I’m feeling

By Katie Rose I finally got some answers from both my Doctor and Uro-Gynaecologist over the last week and am able to move on with answers about what is going on with both my pregnancy and my bladder. I filmed a little Vlog about it for all of you so see it …read more Source: Wild...

What You Need Right Away For Baby’s Arrival Mar05

What You Need Right Away For Baby’s Arrival

By Katie Rose So we are into our 24th week, almost 25th of this pregnancy and I find myself not rushing out to buy much. I have been talking about it on here before and linked it to the fact that I dont know the gender of the baby, but in full disclosure, …read more Source: Wild...

Human Rights Commissioner Walter Thompson slams the door on 1,500 intellectually challenged Nova Scotians Mar05

Human Rights Commissioner Walter Thompson slams the door on 1,500 intellectually challenged Nova Scotians

By Parker “If I am speaking from a position of privilege and am ‘un-woke,’ then so be it.” Acting as a one-man Human Rights Commission board of inquiry, Halifax Lawyer Walter Thompson ruled Monday the province discriminated against three Nova Scotians with intellectual disabilities by housing them in a locked, fenced unit of …read more Source: The...

Brewmaster--Tire Shack Brewing Co.-- Moncton, New Brunswick Mar05

Brewmaster--Tire Shack Brewing Co.-- Moncton, New Brunswick

By noreply@blogger.com (Todd Beal) Great opportunity to become brewmaster of a 15 BBL start-up brewery in Moncton, New Brunswick. We are looking for someone who is passionate about creating and producing fantastic beer. You will have the incredible opportunity to start on the ground floor of our company with us and grow a brand …read more Source: Maritime Beer...

Game Fuel won’t help you up your game

By Diana Okay, I’m a little bit behind the times I guess because I only just found out about this “Game Fuel” drink from Mountain Dew (shout-out to my friend Zach for alerting me to this product) last week even though it’s been on the market since December. I suppose I’m not …read more Source: Bite My...

Why can’t this Dollarama cashier fix my teeth? Mar04

Why can’t this Dollarama cashier fix my teeth?

By Parker You may have heard that last fall, and again in January, Cape Breton University experienced a dramatic influx of international students. Of its 4,932 total enrollment, 2,643 (54 percent) now come from outside Canada—probably the highest percentage of any university in Canada. Once an …read more Source: The...

Apoplectic pundits, a formidable Attorney General, and a falsely convicted Native teen Mar04

Apoplectic pundits, a formidable Attorney General, and a falsely convicted Native teen

By Parker Oh my, but Canada’s punditocracy is in high dudgeon. In a piece titled, “The moral catastrophe of Justin Trudeau,” Maclean’s columnist Paul Wells, the recidivist biographer of Stephen Harper, decried “a sickeningly smug protection racket whose participants must have been astonished when [Jody Wilson-Raybould] refused to play along.” In …read more Source: The...

Visualizing that 2015 Air Canada crash at YHZ Mar04

Visualizing that 2015 Air Canada crash at YHZ

By Parker On March 29, 2015, Air Canada Flight 624 from Toronto crashed at Stanfield Airport. Airport officials initially euphemized the incident as a “hard landing”—one that snapped off the nose cone, caused the Airbus 320 to be written off, and sent 25 passengers …read more Source: The...

Wine & The Oscar’s Mar02

Wine & The Oscar’s

By darmyers The 91st annual Academy Awards, also known as The Oscar’s ran Sunday evening past, and I got together with a few friends for a viewing party and some wine. <img data-attachment-id="5621" data-permalink="https://darlenemyers.com/2019/03/02/wine-the-oscars/oscar-night/" data-orig-file="https://darmyers.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/oscar-night.jpg?w=483&h=362" data-orig-size="1280,960" data-comments-opened="1" data-image-meta='{"aperture":"2.4","credit":"","camera":"iPhone SE","caption":"","created_timestamp":"1551038245","copyright":"","focal_length":"2.15","iso":"400","shutter_speed":"0.05","title":"","orientation":"1"}' data-image-title="Oscar night" data-image-description="" data-medium-file="https://darmyers.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/oscar-night.jpg?w=483&h=362?w=300" data-large-file="https://darmyers.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/oscar-night.jpg?w=483&h=362?w=450" src="https://darmyers.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/oscar-night.jpg?w=483&h=362" alt="Oscar night" width="483" height="362" srcset="https://darmyers.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/oscar-night.jpg?w=483&h=362 483w, https://darmyers.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/oscar-night.jpg?w=966&h=724 966w, …read more Source: Wine-In My...

The Halifax Real Estate Blog Weekly Market Rant and Statistics Update by Jeremiah Wallace of ViewPoint Realty (Thursdays) Feb28

The Halifax Real Estate Blog Weekly Market Rant and Statistics Update by Jeremiah Wallace of ViewPoint Realty (Thursdays)

Halifax (HRM) Residential Statistic Update for the Week of February 21st – February 28th, 2019(Previous weeks numbers in brackets)*Previous Year’s Stats​ Total MarketNew/Back to Market Listings: 189 (218, 248, 250, 175) *325Sold: 111 (129, 114, 119, 94) *129Sale To Listing Ratio: 59% (59%, 46%, 48%, 54%) *40%Price Changes: 82 …read more Source: Halifax Real Estate...

A Love Letter to Snow Days Feb26

A Love Letter to Snow Days

By Krista Dear Snow Days, I’ll admit it, I once took you for granted. When you grow up with at least a couple of the magical, unexpected days off, it’s easy to assume that the trend will continue. I remember, when I moved to Thunder Bay in high school, that we were sent home …read more Source:...

H&M HAUL | Maternity Clothing Try On Feb26

H&M HAUL | Maternity Clothing Try On

By Katie Rose I finally Filmed what I have been wearing from H&M maternity and posted it to our YouTube Channel. For those mamas like me, who HATE trying to fit into regular clothes during your pregnancy, it sucks to spend …read more Source: Wild...

Activists kill a roundabout, ensuring more pollution and more pedestrian injuries Feb26

Activists kill a roundabout, ensuring more pollution and more pedestrian injuries

By Parker Ideologues in the active transportation movement scored a big win Friday when Halifax city staff agreed to ditch one of two roundabouts proposed for the Cogswell redesign. The 90-percent design that goes to Council for approval Tuesday accepts a consultant’s recommendation to replace the …read more Source: The...

How to end hallway medicine

By Diana End hallway medicine: ban hallways There’s been a lot of talk about “hallway medicine” (i.e. patients receiving treatment in hospital hallways due to hospital overcrowding) in Ontario over the past couple of years. A recent report from the Premier’s Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway …read more Source: Bite My...

Charlie Phillips made an impact on friends—and Nova Scotia history Feb25

Charlie Phillips made an impact on friends—and Nova Scotia history

By Parker Encounters with Charlie Phillips, the singular Halifax folk musician who died over the weekend, left me with a smile on my face and fresh insights to puzzle over. Charlie played in a succession of lightly employed jug bands, folk groups, and blues ensembles. His musical career was only marginally profitable, but …read more Source: The...

Dark dark horse Feb25

Dark dark horse

By Parker With so much eagerness to drum Trump out of office, so many candidates for the Democratic nomination, and no clear front runner, what say you to the progressive, 37-year-old, gay mayor of a mid-western city with barely 100,000 people—a man with an unpronounceable last name—as the Democratic nominee? Peter Buttigieg (pronounced, …read more Source: The...

Weather forecasts as click bait Feb25

Weather forecasts as click bait

By Parker Say no more. The post Weather forecasts as click bait appeared first on Contrarian. …read more Source: The...