Things That I ATe That I Loved: El Nahual’s Tacos

I have a general rule about reviewing and writing about any place I go to eat. I have to have been there a minimum of two visits (but usually it’s 3-4 times) before I write about because I want to ensure my experience is consistent and I don’t think it’s fair to act like judge, jury and executioner with an online review like I often … Continue reading Things That I ATe That I Loved: El Nahual’s Tacos

A Lesson about Lyft (& any rideshare)

Perhaps you have heard of Lyft; especially last year in relation to Trump. Politics aside; if you haven’t heard of Lyft, it’s like Uber. It’s a ride share and now Uber’s competition and rival that just moved into the Great White North and opened up shop in the Toronto market in December. I’m happy there’s competition for Uber who has been in the Toronto for … Continue reading A Lesson about Lyft (& any rideshare)

Signs: Looking for them & receiving them

To anyone who has ever asked for sign, this one’s for you. I saw my best friend and her beautiful baby yesterday.  I hadn’t seen her in a month since we went to Cheesecake Factory for my bornday.  We’ve both been busy.  We usually notice things start to feel weird (a mild separation anxiety)  at the 2 week mark because we were so used to … Continue reading Signs: Looking for them & receiving them

Going Kamikaze

Someone went Kamikaze* on me the other day. the following things should be mentioned: Make sure you aren’t hangry when going kamikaze. Make sure you realize that this is to WIN THE WAR and not just a battle (or one fight). Going Kamikaze means taking things to a level of irreparable damage. Things can be forgiven (eventually), but not forgotten. So friends (& strangers), this is a … Continue reading Going Kamikaze