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2022-09-24: I was out doing some of the good work today and brought along a friend to help out. VOTE …

2022-09-22: Walked to work today, as per usual. #WorldCarFreeDay #ldnont

2022-09-21: One way to kickstart a morning is to test your ginger+chili pepper kombucha for the first time. 🌶🧉 …

2022-09-20: Baseball. #ldnont @londonmajors

2022-09-14: Most of the time when I look through the new books @brownanddickson I am reminded that I am at the …

2022-09-14: Elections should really let you cast a vote directly AGAINST someone. Rather than voting for a …

2022-09-12: If anyone is looking for some music to help the on this gloomy Monday morning may I suggest the Baby …

2022-09-09: Tony’s. Just finished my once-a-decade regret, and the reminder I’ll forget in 10-years that this …

2022-09-09: “The mistake from here is assuming that offices are naturally better at building those kinds …

2022-09-07: I’ve never commuted to work by car. Having driven to work for 2wks now I can confirm that those who …

2022-09-03: Science isn’t my thing but I do love watching things grow.

2022-09-02: For the first time in my life I paid for monthly parking for a vehicle. The slight saving grace is …

2022-09-01: Hey #ldnont, what gives? What did this little free library ever do to you?

2022-08-31: I’m struggling to get through emergent strategy by adrienne maree brown. The disjointed…I …

2022-08-29: I have headphones on. I am working and need to concentrate. Please stop bothering me. Thanks. 🎧 🛑

2022-08-26: I love holding on to technology until it’s unbearable to use. I get to upgrade to something from …

2022-08-25: I’m continually googling this page because the music is hot 🔥🚒🧯 so I’m linking it here …

2022-08-24: at·el·ier noun a workshop or studio, especially one used by an artist or designer. -– There …

2022-08-24: 10¢ per 45 seconds

2022-08-24: My 3yr old neice refers to me in the following ways: Uncle Mike (not my name) The guy who lives …

2022-08-24: Everyone should enjoy a well-placed pickle reference.

2022-08-23: “Hey, did anyone around here lose a toonie?” or Talk About Inflation

2022-08-15: While it’s better suited for @99piorg than its own show, today’s @CANADALAND episode titled Sh*tty …

2022-08-14: Stuff in a Pot Just finshed a batch of chicken vegetable soup which more closely resembles a chicken pot pie. This …

2022-08-13: A week of COVID tests tell me I don’t have that bug. Alas, I must just be really sick in the …

2022-08-12: I’m far too fired up for a Friday morning. I 100% blame listening to Two Crown King’s album as I do …

2022-08-12: “Nobody wants to work anymore.” A Brief History of Nobody Wants to Work Anymore 🧵 …

2022-08-07: It must be hot out when even I start considering an e-scooter as an alternative to walking …

2022-08-05: I’m not a sports ball fan at all, but it’s nice knowing that there’s always a casual place to hang …

2022-08-04: I’m not a big fan of home renos but have become fairly competent with them. Funny enough, what …

2022-08-03: Old enough to remember Woodstock ‘99 and the ridiculousness which ensued over the course of …

2022-08-03: If you love the mundaneness of everyday life as much as I do (seriously, I do) you’ll love Margaux …

2022-08-02: After burning out, complete with a breakdown at work, I cancelled all of the pre-made plans I had …

2022-08-02: I picked up a used Kobo a few weeks ago and I’m loving it. The reading experience, and sources for …

2022-07-30: Going down the rabbit hole that is homemade kombucha. Here’s hoping for greater success than …

2022-07-30: Emoji Gallery by Douglas Coupland

2022-07-25: A short trip to Toronto reminded me of this simple fact—the only thing Toronto has that #ldnont …

2022-07-24: Nope. Jordan Peele should have stopped trying to make films after Get Out.

2022-07-24: Trust me, the last type of suburbia you want to get stuck in is Etobicoke suburbia. I am speaking …

2022-07-22: night game #ldnont @londonmajors

2022-07-21: Vacant

2022-07-20: In Search of Decent Near-Beer In recent weeks I’ve found myself at liquor, beer, and grocery stores in search of a near-beer …

2022-07-20: I am “satisfactory”. I “meet expectations”. My elementary school self really …

2022-07-19: When my TextExpander subscription comes up for renewal it is easiest money I am willing to give …

2022-07-18: Just a thought 🤔: Unicorns don’t exist.

2022-07-17: Lady Glaze — Stratford, Ontario

2022-07-14: I thought there would be a consensus by now that “remote” and “hybrid” mean two different things. …

2022-07-10: When you’re a transit lover and game lover this is what people bring back for you from a trip to …

2022-07-10: Weekend posture.

2022-07-07: The scales of balance between what is plentiful and what is lacking in life is so out-of-whack at …

2022-07-06: Weekend cottage reading all thanks to @brownanddickson

2022-07-04: Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals by Oliver Burkeman 📚: What a wonderful read and …

2022-07-02: Funny story about our Little Free Library Being the person I am, I figured I’d have a bit of fun with our recently installed Little Free …

2022-07-01: Is it possible on Canada Day to collectively recognize the good things which we can be proud of as a …

2022-06-30: Never have I ever biked in thirty-degree weather

2022-06-30: Little Free Library-mobile is all ready for today’s contributions. #ldnont

2022-06-30: I’m happy when my ticket isn’t called for a big lottery draw. Too much attention for me. …

2022-06-30: A day off means a day on the down-town. Bikes 🚲. Beans ☕️. Books 📚. Beer 🍻.

2022-06-28: Today’s shaping up to be one of those—too many coffees for your own good, sort of days.

2022-06-27: Why is it that the businesses you interact with so infrequently often provide the friendliest of …

2022-06-27: Structure.

2022-06-25: When you have the very best intentions of once again being a participant in society and hanging with …

2022-06-25: Another trip around my #locallake complete. #ldnont Here’s my favourite part.

2022-06-24: On a woman’s right to bear children: “Respecting a woman as an autonomous being, and granting …

2022-06-24: Looking forward to this year’s first circumnavigation of Lake Fanshawe tomorrow morning. …

2022-06-23: Oh no. Someone from the office started following me on the internet. Quick, say something witty, …

2022-06-23: Last week two of these were installed on my street. Since then, kids can be found once again playing …

2022-06-23: Spending last night wandering downtown reminded me of how much I miss that place. Don’t get me …

2022-06-22: “If you are idle, be not solitary; if you are solitary be not idle.” - Samuel Johnson …

2022-06-22: I’ve only begun Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals by Oliver Burkeman 📚 but here …

2022-06-21: #vacant

2022-06-21: Storage

2022-06-20: ↪️ Homes should be built for people, not profit Nightingale Housing: We all want to live in a …

2022-06-20: live/closed

2022-06-13: Atomic Habits by James Clear 📚: I can appreciate why this book receives the hype and attention it …

2022-06-12: Most times, my sense of civic duty is in direct conflict with my introverted nature, lack of …

2022-06-11: Post(?)-COVID neighbourhood gathering.

2022-06-11: Port Stanley, Ontario #portstanley

2022-06-11: A note on maintaining lists of books to read I’ve stopped this practice. There are too many books in the world. New works are created each …

2022-06-10: ↪ On the gift economy and bundles of responsibilities From Robin Wall Kimmerer’s book Braiding …

2022-06-09: The Stand by Stephen King 📚: I tried. I really did. But for the life of me, whatever I tried could …

2022-06-07: CLOSED. SHE GONE.

2022-06-06: The Midnight Library by Matt Haig 📚: I had heard that this was a wonderful book but hesitated to …

2022-06-06: Both signing up for Twitter and starting a web-log for my own purposes/enjoyment make me nostalgic …

2022-06-04: Happy to be back in the park, with a new book and a local brew, and sharing public space with others …

2022-06-03: Take me out to the ballgame. #ldnont

2022-06-03: Never underestimate those you consider friends even if you don’t see them often enough. It’s amazing …

2022-06-02: Yearbook by Seth Rogen 📚: Listening to this book was like attending a decent live comedy show. …

2022-06-02: A Little Landor Library After years of hibernation, solitude, and contemplation it feels good to be creating (and) in …

2022-06-02: Is this thing still on?