I do apologize. I must have been so annoying. Please have a glass of wine on me. That Spark That Got Me Sharing Online How was I SO annoying? “Well, that’s goin’ in the book!” Yes, this was my constant refrain every time I pulled yet another Just TypiKel move. You know, those choice moments that […]
I am delighted to introduce you to Culture Stories, an online magazine and concept shop for women of style and substance. A website bent on putting the Cult back into Culture. Each week they publish The Culture Edit, curating stories around a theme and editing the best books to read, art to see, styles to […]
It’s almost here. But no worries. Today I’m sharing what mothers really want for Mother’s Day. What Mothers Really Want For Mother’s Day A long, long time ago and very far away, a three year-old boy lived with his older sister and widowed mother. Okay, okay, so he was too little to understand that his mother was widowed. That was just a cheap ploy […]
Drowning under a mess of papers, old clothing and never to be read again books? You need these two gems. Trust me. It’s Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.
All is Calm, All is Bright … Merry Christmas!
For those of you who mightn’t have been able to open my fresh off the post piece I invite you to click here. Sorry about that! Gremlins at work! http://kellylmckenzie.com/the-importance-of-a-curious-mind-2/
This holiday season I will be catching up with my two favourite people. And you? Learn more at http://kellylmckenzie.com/this-holiday-season/
OH JOY! I’ve had an unfortunate situation over on my side of the “Partners in a Pair Tree – Kelly and Mo Celebrate December.” Some naughty elves slipped into my toy shop and pressed “publish” when I wasn’t looking. I know you’re all keen to read about Mo’s Favorite TV shows but you’ll just have […]
Yes, the Canadian Thanksgiving is done and dusted. I wrote about our 2013 get together, including the dreaded oven failure, in this previous post. However with many of my favourite blogs just rife with fabulous tributes to the upcoming American Thanksgiving, I find myself drawn to recollect a particular turkey disaster favourite of my own. It […]
The term “school nights” has taken on a whole new meaning now that my children are away. Before, it meant long evenings with my two juggling their homework between the litany of leadership classes, soccer practices, strength-and-core classes, swimming, lacrosse … etc. My part in this endless sea of extracurricular fun was to act as […]