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Voice Your Thoughts

I’d like to make this blog the best I can. For that to happen I’d like to hear your feedback.

What do like the most and the least? What do you want to see more of? Less of?

Is there a specific topic you’d like me to write about?

Any feedback you have on making this blog better would be greatly appreciated.

Also, feel free to give book recommendations.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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A Note on the New Year

a-note-on-the-new-year 2016 was the year of breaking, and finding out what needs fixing.

2017 is the year of fixing, of growing, and becoming better. This is the year for hard work and personal growth before a year og magical greatness and goodness.

2018 will be the year of great things, of all good things. 2018 is going to be a moon year with 2 blue moons. Moon years are an aspect of numerology, any year where the sum equals 2 (2+0+1+8=11, 1+1=2). Moon year tend to have themes of romance, creativity, harmony, stability, and be deep and intuitive.* Contrary to popular belief a blue moon does not mean the moon will actually appear blue, it is simply the second full moon in one month, a rather rare occurrence. If you believe in the power of the moon like I do, blue moons are when the moon’s power is heightened.*

At least that’s what I think.

 

*Referance: Understanding Astrology by Sally Morningstar, Richard Craze, Staci Mendoza, and David Bourne

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November 2016 Supermoon

Last night was the super moon. The moon was the closest to Earth it’s been since 1948.

I wanted to share a few pictures I managed to capture.

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Canada Day!

 

In honour of Canada Day I thought I’d share some Canadian facts.

  1. Winnie the Pooh was named after a black bear that a Canadian Lieutenant bought and later donated to a British Zoo
  2. Canada has two national sports, hockey and lacrosse
  3. Gay marriage was legalized in 2005
  4. Canada is the second largest country in the world
  5. Canadians consume more mac and cheese annually than any other nation