Monthly Archives: March 2015

Faith: Can We Live it Without Alienating People?

There has been a lot of talk lately, both internationally and locally about how the choices of the world are trampling on the rights of Christians. Between new sex-ed curriculums, gay marriage, abortion and most recently, a Bill being supported by Indiana’s Governor allowing businesses to exercise their religious freedoms by banning LGBT customers. People declaring that they should not …

Yes, I can be a Feminist, Christian and a housewife

Earlier this month, one of my favourite bloggers posted about feminism and this somewhat popular idea that feminists and housewives must be mutually exclusive of one-another. It’s an issue that I’ve encountered often, both as a woman who loves being a housewife, and as a Christian woman. At Christmas, the in-laws came to our apartment, and I took care of …

The Gaming Platform Debate: Xbox, Playstation or PC?

For those of you who only follow me on this blog, you probably aren’t aware of my attachment to gaming. While I would no longer refer to myself as hardcore (sadly, due to time restraints), I’m still a gamer (and would argue that when I go on my gaming binges, immediately return to my ‘hardcore’ persona). I don’t really have …