Moodboosters for breakups

Samantha is going to St Lucia to visit her parents. She is eager for this trip because she has not seen her parents in over a year. Peter, her loving boyfriend drives her to the airport, and embraces her warmly at the entrance. Even after three years together, Peter’s ardor always brings a blush that tingle Samantha’s cheeks. Detangling her self from his arms, she … Continue reading Moodboosters for breakups

12 rules to become a WOKE baker

Being woke is super trendy these days. The woke folk operate on a level of heightened awareness that the rest of society has not yet ascended to. Simply put, the WOKE are awake to the nefarious tactics of the universe, and work to build their immunity with finger pointing, and calculated bursts of outrage. (RELATED: Read about the cookies that resist cancel culture here). Woke … Continue reading 12 rules to become a WOKE baker

5 cookies that resist cancel culture

Before 2016, when an opinion was unpalatable, people parted ways in civil disagreement. Today we have cancel culture.  This alarming trend attempts to stomp out anyone, or anything, that may not align with limited world views. Unfortunately, cancel culture has catapulted to a point that does not allow for atonement. For example, spotless and sin-free cancel journalists trumpet the cause. They will search twitter for hours, unearthing scoops … Continue reading 5 cookies that resist cancel culture

Chick-fil-A cookie: Not the thing

After months of anticipation, Chick-fil-A Inc opened their first international location in one of the world’s greatest cities: Toronto, Ontario. The family owned restaurant boasts of being the home of the ‘original chicken sandwich‘ since the late 60’s. Even after two months of business, the restaurant continues to be a zoo, with lineups extending through the doors. I waited in line (and in the rain) … Continue reading Chick-fil-A cookie: Not the thing

5 ways to handle snobs

I have dealt with my share of snobs, particularly, the mean girl snobs in high school who showed-off their family riches to the middle class kids. Highschool was temporary, so I was able to get over the disrespect quickly. However, once I met dessert snobs, I struggled to be the bigger person. In my opinion, cookie and dessert snobs are the worst types of snobs. … Continue reading 5 ways to handle snobs