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What Road Trip Essentials Should You Pack For Your Next Road Trip with Kids?

I’m currently writing a travel guide called, “Let’s Run Away Together. Explore the history, the mystery, and the Americana on your road trip to California.” This chapter excerpt is on road trip essentials, also known as how to pack your car for your next road trip to California. — My daughter was only 2 and a half and my son …

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“Rules” of Bedroom Design That Were Made to be Broken

Funky green bedroom design

This guest post is courtesy of the Tuck Sleep Foundation Design rules are there for a reason. They give direction when you don’t know where to begin, and they can help keep you from making design choices you’ll regret a year or two down the road. Sometimes it’s better to think of the rules as a gray area open to …

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I Adopted An SPCA Pig, And Here’s How They’re Doing

The pigs go on an adventure

By now almost everyone in British Columbia has heard about Molly, the SPCA pig that was adopted from the Cowichan & District branch. She was seized as part of cruelty investigation, and adopted out in January. Long story short, they ate her less than a month later. I haven’t seen the video but some people commented that these people were …

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Panasonic Microwave with steam review for Best Buy Canada

Panasonic-Combination-Microwave-with-steam

Here’s my Panasonic microwave review for Best Buy Canada. I actually baked a loaf of banana bread in a microwave oven, and it turned out great. You can see my full review at http://www.blog.bestbuy.ca    

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Arlo Pro 2 Review for Best Buy Canada

Arlo Pro 2 review

I’ve been a freelance copywriter for 9 years, and during that time I’ve had a lot of fun testing out tech devices and appliances from Best Buy Canada. I love recommending new gadgets to friends, and over the past year I’ve tested out quite a few that I highly recommend. Arlo cameras are one of those. Take a look at …

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My son is a nerd, just like me, and he’s getting bullied almost every day

getting bullied every day

This is not a blog post I ever thought I’d write, and because it’s so painful for me to write it, I’d like to address it as an open letter to a few of my son’s heroes: Elon Musk and Neil Degrasse Tyson. Dear Sirs, I never thought I’d be writing to you, especially via my blog, but I need …

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Shelly’s Holiday Gift Guide 2017

holiday gift guide 2017

Because I freelance as a copy writer, I get to review a lot of interesting gadgets. My main focus over the past year has been appliances and smart home devices, but I branch out into things like FitBit and computers too. This year’s holiday gift guide 2017 has a little bit of everything. Shelly’s Holiday Gift Guide 2017 At the …

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Show you love animals with a WWF-Canada symbolic adoption

WWF-Canada symbolic adoption kit

Anyone who knows me knows how much I love animals. It’s why I ended up on a farm with llamas, goats, alpacas, and chickens. This year I’m going to take that love of animals and share it will everyone I know by helping out wildlife in Canada through a WWF-Canada symbolic adoption at wwf.ca/shop . Why symbolically adopt wildlife in …

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Visit Ronald Reagan Presidential Library On Your California Road Trip

Visit Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

I don’t remember much from when Ronald Reagan was President, but I did recall a few things before I decided to visit the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library with my kids on our latest California road trip. Elementary-school-me thought he was funny, he reminded me of my Grandpa, and that he was possibly the strongest person in the world beyond Superman …

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Westcoast Road Trip To Disneyland, 2017 edition

road trip to disneyland 2017

Over the past 8 years I’ve been taking a two to three week summer road trip to Disneyland with my family of six. Do you know the most important thing I’ve learned? The difference between a road trip and a really long drive isn’t the hours you put in on the road; it’s the stops you make along the way. …

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