National Trivia Day

Today marks National Trivia Day. Trivia day is the perfect day to share all of those silly little facts that almost nobody knows, making this day fun and interesting one to spend with friends and family or browsing the internet sharing and learning new things. Did you know? Trivial Pursuit was first created in Montreal,... Continue Reading →

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Top 10 superheroes

December 28th is Stan Lee's birthday. I had the wonderful honour to meet him at a ComicCon a few years ago. He truly turned a job into a passion. Since most of my favourite superheroes are from Marvel, I decided to do a top 10 superheroes (not necessarily in order): Black Widow (Natasha Romanoff) Elite female sleeper... Continue Reading →

You know you’re a geek when…

When the words Don't Panic appeared on the movie theatre screen, I was the only one to squee in excitement realizing that they were doing a Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy movie. When your wedding theme is based on your favourite television show: Doctor Who. My boss came to my desk this morning and said: "You are... Continue Reading →

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

I went to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi last night with my husband, my brother and cousin and none of us were disapointed. If you get through the massive amount of pre-movie commercials without loosing your mind, you will be in for a wonderful ride. I got earnestly choked up a couple different times.... Continue Reading →

Internet Day

Today marks Internet Day. Since I use the internet a least once a day (let's face it, it's much more than that), I figured it's a day I should participate in. The Internet has undoubtedly become a huge part of our lives. We use the Internet for almost everything, from entertainment, a learning tool, pay bills,... Continue Reading →

Assassins aren’t after you

There are approximately 204 million emails sent every minute. The majority of these are spam/phishing emails. The 1st spam ever sent was in 1978, the year I was born. Coincidence? The sheer amount of spam/phishing emails means that some work and that someone is making money. Please do your part and tell your less technologically inclined... Continue Reading →

Review: Bill Nye Save the World

This is a Netflix original series aimed at adults. Each episode of about 30 minutes, mixes humour with science. I highly recommend this series to everyone young and old, really. Here are a few of my favourite episode so far: S1: E1 EARTH IS A HOT MESS The first episode talks about global warming. He explains... Continue Reading →

National Book Lovers Day

Today marks National Book Lovers Day in the United States. Again, this is a special day that I think should be celebrated worldwide. Reading is such an important skills for many obvious reasons. For one, you wouldn't be able to read this post! (Bad blogger humour, I know. :P) I'm a major book lover. My... Continue Reading →

Review: The Worst Witch

The Worst Witch is a British fantasy television series aimed towards families about a group of young witches at a witchcraft boarding school. The series is based on books by Jill Murphy. If you have children or enjoy family movies and television, I personally recommend this series, which can be found on Netflix. The stories... Continue Reading →

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