Smitten Kitchen’s Tasty Tomato Soup

My #1 food obsession is tomatoes.  I will eat them roasted, raw, in sauce, or, my winter favourite, in soup.  I’ve been searching high and low for the perfect tomato soup recipe and I think I’ve finally found it.  One of my favourite food blogs, Smitten Kitchen, adapted a scrumptious…

Slutty Slacktivism

According to Facebook, my friends like it…on the bed, on the floor, on a towel by the door, in the tub, in the car, up against the mini bar. No, they’re not fucking Matt Damon (confused? Look here)…but apparently posting any of these super-sassy options as your Facebook status means…

Inspiring the Youth Vote

They say the youth are apathetic when it comes to politics. As a young woman of 22, I’d like to disagree. We aren’t apathetic; we just aren’t motivated, at least not by traditional methods of politicking. If you want the youth vote, you can’t confine your canvassing to knocking on…

Love it – OPI’s Done Out In Deco

If you’re looking for the ideal summer colour, this is it…but prepare to look high & low for it! My first post-exams manicure was in this fantastic colour and imagine my surprise when I found out it was actually discontinued.  However, I persevered and managed to find this gorgeous lilac…

Take it or Leave it – Essie’s Mint Candy Apple

I wanted to love this. I really did. You see, I fancy myself a fashionista and those fashion bibles I love so much keep telling me that this greeny-blue colour is THE colour of the season. First off, it went on chalky. It was streaky, matte, and impossible (IMO) to…

Has Facebook changed the politics of relationships?

As of late, Facebook has gained some notoriety over its privacy policies – particularly about how it has been allowing third-party applications to access the personal information of its users.  However, we have to question whether our very use of Facebook negates our claims to want for privacy. Imagine, if…