Maybe it's just me... but making friends is absolutely hard! Anxiety doesn't make anything easy, but even before any form of diagnosis it was a difficult mountain to scale. As an introvert, I typically made one friend and was luckily absorbed into said friends group. Introverts need extrovert friends! All my life that's been the … Continue reading Making Friends as an Adult
Canadian Parenting Blogs
Some days you wake up to glorious news, even when it's raining cats and dogs. This morning I woke up, stretched and did my usual routine when I checked my email... I found out I was featured in Feedspot's Top 60 Canadian Parenting Blogs! I am so thrilled to be included in a list that features impressive bloggers such as This West Coast Mommy, who I worked with years ago!
Life changes coming to the Flatlands!
Life changes are coming to Life on the Flatlands - and no!! We arent having any more kids or getting a new pet!
Four Family-Friendly Instagram Accounts
I love to share amazing family-friendly accounts I've found on Instagram. I hope you enjoy the following four accounts; make sure to go check them out, and after, let me know what you think!
Sapadilla Ecofriendly Biobased Cleaning Products
Eco-friendly products are essential to my family and Sapadilla has created a fantastic line of Earth-friendly biobased cleaners for everyone
Growing Up In Tahsis
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been gone a day, a month or ten years; if Tahsis is your home, your heart swells when it comes to view.
Cannabis Culture and Parenting – The Stoner Mom
Cannabis Culture and Parenting
Keeping the house clean
With a house of six people, four being young -messy- kids it can be easy to get behind in cleaning. But that also means that grime and grossness can accumulate pretty dang easily.
When I get pregnant - I get sick. I mean SICK. It has a name, other than life sucking hell, they call it Hyperemesis gravidarum. It means you puke alot, more than normal morning sickness, more than one should ever puke in his or her entire life. With my second child it peaked and I … Continue reading Rec Centers
Welcome to our life!
When I moved to Alberta 12 years ago, I never thought I'd be here this long. But this last year, I finally realized something. I'm a flatlander - An Albertan.