If anyone was to ask me what my favourite word is, I would in an instant say “choice”. I firmly believe that choice is one of, if not the most powerful word out there and that it’s not given nearly enough recognition in our lives.
Choice can be both empowering and debilitating, which makes it . . . → Read More: I Choo Choo Choose EVERYthing
*Disclaimer* – You’ll probably notice in this post that I talk quite openly about issues my husband and I have had in the past. I write this with his permission, and he has given me his blessing, and I thank and love him for it. I am a very lucky woman.
I’m not sure . . . → Read More: And *Poof* – He Understands
I’m not one for New Years resolutions, but I’m going through some realizations as this Christmas holiday break draws to a close. 2008 has been a big mixed bag of tricks. Not only have there been ups and downs in my *normal* life, but dating has definitely been … different this year. More for my gratification than yours, I’m afraid, here’s my year in review. I can’t offer any words of advice in it, this is strictly a personal post as I’m terribly interested in what the f*ck happened this year to make me SO excited for it to be over! Here goes nothing … . . . → Read More: 2008 – Where are you now?
Dictionary.com defines “selfish” as “devoted to or caring only for oneself; concerned primarily with one’s own interests, benefits, welfare, etc., regardless of others.”
What most of really think of when we hear the word is the last three words. Being selfish has gotten a bad rap, but it’s not that surprising. If you’re selfish, it . . . → Read More: Follow up – What IS selfish?
Hello lovelies, I think it’s high time I get back to writing to you. Granted, it’s only been a couple of weeks since I’ve made real contact, but the amount of things that have been running through my brain lately have made it feel like forEVER. Work has kept my mind and body busy, and . . . → Read More: Forgive me, for I have sinned
This one’s pretty easy. An open relationship can, depending upon each couple’s specific arrangements, allow you to get to know your friends in ways you’ve never thought possible. Or perhaps you’ve just not vocalized yet.
Go on, admit it. You know, or have known in the past, a friend that you’ve felt something more . . . → Read More: What Can Make Open Relationships Great? Pt. 2 – Sexy Friend Time
© National Post, 2008
While I haven’t had much time to write lately, I did have some time to be interviewed.
Read my interview, and accompanying story in this Saturday’s Weekend Post, by Zosia Bielski.
Click here for the article.
A few items as follow up:
Steph’s not a Fraser, as much as I . . . → Read More: Read my interview in the National Post!
Ah, true love. It can be such a guiding force in our lives, sometimes destructive and sometimes grand. We can spend so much time on our quest for “the one”, that we can overlook many wonderful people that don’t fit some silly profile that we’ve invented in our heads as being perfect.
I was never . . . → Read More: More than one "one"
It used to be that thoughts of people in open relationships brought specific visions to mind. Hippie communes, copious amounts of drugs and rock’n’roll on the free love side and purple satin sheets, leopard print anything and hedonistic Mexican resorts on the swinging side. All of those things still exist and please many people, but . . . → Read More: We walk among you