Oh where does the time go?

Oh my wonderful readers, how I’ve tried and tried to get back on schedule with this blog. It’s just not happening. The unexpected continues to pop up and expected has filled so much of my time that my day planner is a never ending collage of scribbled tasks and events. But I’m not complaining. I’m busy in the best of ways.

Still, I recognize that me dropping off the face of the earth, or at least the face of this blog, for five to seven days at a time isn’t very reassuring. I promise I’m not going anywhere. I’m not losing steam or running out of ideas. In fact, I have a bunch of half written posts just waiting to be polished, spiced up with pictures, and posted for your consumption. I just need to find the time to actually finish writing them. But looking ahead at that chaotic book I call a day planner, I’m struggling to find an hour or two to really dedicate to a good post and that’s frustrating because I have so much I want to share with you all right now.

Rather than give you half-assed posts that were not edited or even glanced over, I thought I’d give you a sneak peak of what is coming up. Hopefully sharing little bits and pieces will be the kick in the ass I need to find time to regularly post again. Fingers crossed.

For those of you who were fans of the Tasty Tuesdays of old, I have a number of Toronto Eats in the work right now. This includes savoury shares of pizza from Pie Bar, mouth watering waffles from Starving Artist, and a very special anniversary trip to Terroni on Adelaide.

Life wise, I’m hoping to tell you guys a little bit more about my day job now that I’m over a month into it. I’ll probably have a few more posts that involve the working world, especially since I’m amping up for a very busy Halloween season at The Haunted Walk of Toronto. There’ll be shares of new bath bombs, organization tips, and a few lessons in body confidence that I’ve gained over the last little while.

I’m quite excited about all I have to share with you, I just want to take the time to write it well. I’d like to thank you for bearing with me during this erratic and messy period. As organized as I may appear with my date book, clip boards, monthly calendars, and everything else, I can still get quite lost in the chaos. But I’m still here, and my story still continues…

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