In Canada, exercising is considered a requirement of responsible adulthood, much like flossing, eating your food guide serving of veggies and getting enough sleep.
Monthly Archives: November, 2017
If there’s one lesson I learned over the past few years, it’s that when people offer help, you just take it.
Western parents rely on science- and psychology-based books. Chinese parents occasionally glance at the memo stuck on the rice cooker—“whatever your child does, just state it’s not good enough.”
Christmas always gets a foot in the door through popular Advent Calendars popping up in aisles before Halloween, as if every single Canadian household had to stock up for an emergency holiday kit.
Alright. Maybe Mark doesn’t speak French. And yes, maybe it’s my fault.
It’s only now, as I’m querying publishers, that I realize I may have missed a crucial step in the process.
The weather was summery and gorgeous until it wasn’t, and apparently the decision was made overnight.
Podcasts are great all year ‘round, but especially in winter. You might have a long…
Besides true clichés—locals are nice and welcoming—a few Canadian attitudes can be baffling to a foreign eye. So here are three examples of “Canadian logic.”