25 Recipes I’d Love To Try

Cooking and baking are two things that have really made me happy as of late. During quarantine, while I didn’t bake banana bread like multiple social media posts say many people have done, I did bake a delicious apple pie. Some of my favorite things to make are cookies, brownies, and banana nut bread. HereContinue reading “25 Recipes I’d Love To Try”

23 Lessons I Learned In 23 Years

Today, Wednesday, January 20, is my 24th birthday. I have changed and grown quite a bit during the last 23 years of my life. I have learned many a life lesson during my lifetime. I hope to continue to change and grow during my lifetime. Here are 23 life lessons I learned in 23 years.Continue reading “23 Lessons I Learned In 23 Years”

Ten Grocery Essentials I Can’t Live Without

Something that I never realized going into adulthood (as well as something I wish I was warned about, and something I will notify others about) is how you’ll feel like a professional grocery shopper after grocery shopping one to two times a week. Something else I’ve noticed ever since I began grocery shopping to makeContinue reading “Ten Grocery Essentials I Can’t Live Without”

How I Feel About The Return Of Hockey

About a year ago, I purchased tickets to a game between the Colorado Avalanche and the Vegas Golden Knights. I was really elated. I actually planned what I wanted to wear: my Nathan MacKinnon jersey, a Colorado Avalanche Stadium Series beanie, blue jeans, and my beloved pair of burgundy boots. Words cannot describe how excitedContinue reading “How I Feel About The Return Of Hockey”

An Ode To Colin Wilson’s NHL Career

This past October, I shamelessly made my Twitter screen name “Colin Wilson’s Piercing Blue Eyes.” The reason? I have a huge crush on hockey player Colin Wilson, who recently announced his retirement from professional hockey. During his eleven-year career, Colin has made a name for himself with the Nashville Predators and the Colorado Avalanche. Colin,Continue reading “An Ode To Colin Wilson’s NHL Career”

How I Lost Sixteen Pounds In A Year

Going into 2020, I triple-dog-dared myself to lose eleven pounds. At the start of the year, I weighed 167 pounds. This was concerning for me. When I was nineteen years old, I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. It’s incurable, the best ways to manage it are with healthy eating habits, good exercise habits, andContinue reading “How I Lost Sixteen Pounds In A Year”

21 Songs To Start 2021 Off Right

Music is a wonderful thing. It’s an escape from the world and brings happiness for a moment. I can’t count how many playlists I have made on Spotify. Heck, I hope to one day make a Spotify playlist with 700 songs on it. Here are 21 songs to start 2021 off on a good foot.Continue reading “21 Songs To Start 2021 Off Right”

21 Things I’m Looking Forward To In 2021

2020 has been nothing short of a barbaric year, from the novel coronavirus pandemic making a severe international impact to an abundance of wildfires ravaging the world. Even with the not-very-fun circumstances at the moment, there are some things that I am looking forward to with the new year coming up at the end ofContinue reading “21 Things I’m Looking Forward To In 2021”

Landy Started The Fire (Parody of We Didn’t Start The Fire by Billy Joel) (With Apologies to Billie Joel)

Ball Arena, Blueliner, Hat Trick, Blow A Tire Cherry-Picking, Cross-Checking, Home-Ice Advantage Odd-Man Rush, Playoff Beard, Enforcer, Loud Fan Cheers Waffle-Boarding, Power Play, Calvy’s in a rage Shootout goals, iron cross, overtime, Nate’s a boss Light the Lamp, goal horn, faceoff specialist Samuel Girard, Calder Trophy, Zamboni Five-on-three, Forechecking, goals shots using the wrists LandyContinue reading “Landy Started The Fire (Parody of We Didn’t Start The Fire by Billy Joel) (With Apologies to Billie Joel)”