A banana sliced in round pieces, and smothered in brown sugar with a splash of milk. We Strassers call this magnificent breakfast/lunch/lazy dinner concoction a Nana Banana. Named after my Nana, after whom I received my middle name, Paula.
Word from experience: Whatever it is, stop worrying about it. This too shall pass. Also, don’t pay more than $40 for a haircut.
You may notice that ~200 of my blog posts have disappeared. If you’ve read my about page, you’ll know that I’ve had this blog for quite a while. It wasn’t always called Ariel Coverage, and it wasn’t always a true blog. From the early 2000s (when I find the exact date of blog-birth, I’ll let you know) until now, my …
For the next time your red rose blooms, here’s a friendly period playlist for you to eat chocolate Smarties ice cream with maple syrup and whipped cream and a banana to, while complaining to your sister over the phone about your miserable state of life. Here’s your period playlist.
Happy Easter! Here’s one of my homemade fruit punch recipes. Going to be a fun night! 🍸
Welcome to the machine. Maybe I don’t dream of guitarists driving a Jaguar eating at a steak bar… but I do have aspirations for my career and a dream of making a difference – somewhere, somehow. Congratulations me! I’m now a Marketing and Communications Specialist at a big company. My life is now complete! Just kidding, I’m only 24 and I’ve still got a long way to go.
It’s easy to list what you want to do. Here’s a challenge: consider what you’ve already accomplished. You might surprise yourself. That is exactly what reverse bucket list is. Try it.
Goodbye Hamilton, Hello London! I’ve worked at McMaster since April 2012. I’ve worked 1 Work/Study job (part-time during school, full-time in the summer), 1 Teaching Assistant position (so much marking!), 4 contracts in Human Resources, and 1 contract with the Student Success Centre. That’s 7 different jobs. In 4.5 years! Does it count as continuity because it was with the same company? …
You might ask “What is a WordPress Child Theme and why do I need one?” They allow you to make changes to a template theme and keep those changes even when the theme gets updated. For example, if you decide to change some PHP or CSS in your template theme’s “header.php” file, you’ll lose all your data with the next update. Unless you use a Child Theme.
I had the privilege of designing and launching the marketing and communications plan for the Water Cooler Gossip blog, a resurrected project made possible by the McMaster University Student Success Centre (SSC). It was a lot of fun. I was responsible for making the communications plan, plotting out goals and objectives, and setting the budget, responsibilities, timelines, and checkpoints.