What It’s Really Like Being Married to a Doctor

What It’s Really Like Being Married to a Doctor

Being married to a doctor is brutal. Even more so when said doctor is a resident. From the time my husband and I started dating, his professional path was something that I took honest consideration about, among other things. Not to be a brat, but as someone who was a student nurse myself once upon [...]

3 Benefits of Sunflower🌻 Oil as a Moisturiser

3 Benefits of Sunflower🌻 Oil as a Moisturiser

You won’t believe this, but I bought the first bottle of sunflower oil based on a tweet that said something about oil lifting boobs. I’m not gonna lie, I had barely B-Cup boobs pre-pregnancy, and during breastfeeding found myself busting out of a D-Cup. Now I am back to a barely B-Cup after breastfeeding for [...]

Virtual Social

Virtual Social

Hey, WordPress clan. I thought we might try having a social tonight. If you are among the members of my blog’s community, I’d like to get to know you better. I’m Shandean. I’m a toddler mom, the wife of perpetually tired resident, writer and entrepreneur trying to figure it all out. Follow me on Instagram [...]

Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa Review

Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa Review

I celebrated my birthday this past weekend at the Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa. When the shit hit the fan in March and everything recreational went into lockdown, I wondered if it would carry through until August. Common sense said most likely it would, and though my birthdays are usually spent pretty low-key and [...]

What It’s Really Like Working From Home With a Toddler

What It’s Really Like Working From Home With a Toddler

I have been working from home with a toddler since 2017. For most people, Covid 19 and the resulting work from home order sent parents into a tailspin. Even for people who work from home with older children, they're used to being able to send that child off to school or daycare, even if it's [...]

The Ordinary Glycolic Acid 7% Toning Solution Review

The Ordinary Glycolic Acid 7% Toning Solution Review

Specifically, this is The Ordinary Glycolic Acid 7% Toning SoIution review and how it worked on my acne active and scarred skin. Two years ago, I put got a copper intrauterine device (IUD) put in and almost immediately, my skin went on a rampage. Acne-like I had never experienced before (That story is here). When [...]

Hubby Guest Post: Spilt Milk on the Coronavirus

Hubby Guest Post: Spilt Milk on the Coronavirus

One Sunday in January 2020 I spilled milk.  Let pause here for a second. You are probably wondering what the fuck does milk have to do with anything? (I’ve put a strike through the word ‘fuck’ just in-case it offended anyone. You don’t have to read that word. Just skip over it as you won’t [...]

Five Things I’ve Learned in Five Years of Marriage

Five Things I’ve Learned in Five Years of Marriage

I thought I would share five thingsI learned in marriage that are unique to my learning experience with you guys. Going into marriage can be a scary thing. It's life changing, after all. After signing those papers, you can never go back to being spinsters or bachelors if it doesn't work out. Now, you're divorcees. [...]

How to Bake Bread!

How to Bake Bread!

*Read this in black and white with some sad music from the past* There was a girl, who once could not bake. She had made a few attempts at cakes, but they always end up lopsided and/or burnt. *Dramatically lifts veil* Then entered the coronavirus. And you know that trying to shop for longer periods [...]

5 Things I Took For Granted Before COVID

5 Things I Took For Granted Before COVID

Apart, from the obvious things, COVID19 has pretty much redefined life as we know it. Notwithstanding the big things, there are so many every day, mundane activities that you're not able do or suddenly notice and it's quite sobering. Not that I make a habit of takin things for granted. I actively try not to. [...]

How I Ended Up 18 and Nameless: My Position on a Mandatory ID System for Jamaica

How I Ended Up 18 and Nameless: My Position on a Mandatory ID System for Jamaica

The conversation surrounding the fact that Jamaica needs a proper universal identification system has been long and rife with politics. All of that aside, I fully support this position. I'm even more convinced it should be mandatory and sooner rather than later. As far as I am concerned, I have given my biometric data to [...]