Vlog 030916

I’ve started making media again! Been feeling the itch to write and podcast for a little while. Figured I’d give the video deal a go, that’s been a long time! Seams easier now. I can do it all on my phone!!! Anyways, it’ll all be on YouTube for now, I’ll probably embed them on the blog too.




We all care about how we look, and our feelings about our appearance can vary depending on the day, our mood, and the Instagram post.

Look Your Personal Best – http://journal.crossfit.com/2016/08/look-your-personal-best.tpl

All the BS “beauty is everywhere” IG posts aside, we do deep down care about how we look. It is to a great degree biologically a reflection of our health. We don’t need a shredded six pack but that is the furthest extent of that path.

Having come from a very unhealthy place, I too, on occasion, feel like shit about the way I look. I get down on the lingering, and permanent, signs of what a past me has done to my body. Some of it I can, can am working to, clean up. Some of it will never go away and I have to come to terms with that.

It doesn’t mean that in a down moment, when I’m feeling really shitty about the way I look, that I’m a good or bad person. It’s just how we are. I’m constantly going through phases of being ok with how I look, not being ok with it, and also having the gumption to do something about it, and not having any will power to.

The Real Reason Wheat is Toxic

Wheat harvest protocol in the United States is to drench the wheat fields with Roundup several days before the combine harvesters work through the fields as withered, dead wheat plants are less taxing on the farm equipment and allows for an earlier, easier and bigger harvest

The Real Reason Wheat is Toxic (it’s not the gluten)

Just Wrong

“Putting Students First” doesn’t mean putting teachers last | Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives:

One can’t hire a contractor, spend the money on something else, and then say, “Sorry, I can’t pay for that new kitchen.”

A teachers position is NOTHING like a contractor so this argument just isn’t valid.

Teachers can’t negotiate salaries, raises, or bonuses like many in the private sector can: these changes are non-negotiable.

You can’t have it both ways. Union negotiated contracts or do it yourself.

We teachers earned our banked sick days in the past through hard work. They are not a “frill” to be retroactively withdrawn. 

But they are SICK DAYS, If you’re not sick you don’t use them. Plus, you weren’t sick, you should be happy! Banking WAS a nice perk but I don’t get to bank my car insurance if I don’t get in an accident!


Still think the public education is broken, almost beyond repair. Starting to think about setting aside money now for my future children’s private education.