I may not be a great expert on gardening, but there are a few things that I know from all the time that I have spent trying to grow, and then growing colored sweet pepper plants. I am going to share this knowledge with you here.
So I was moving out of the house, and going to college. This meant that I was getting my own place, and I was so excited. I wanted my own fish tank to have a couple of fish, and be able to watch them grow and be happy. We went to a local pet store that wasn’t one of the big ones and got a small tank and two fish. The tank was small and seamed easy to care for, as well the fish were small so that made it easier to think that they fit into a small tank.
I love betta fish like many people in the aquarium hobby. I find them to be rewarding little fish that have great personality and spunk. So when I found out several years ago that you could keep multiple female bettas together at the same time, I was floored and highly intrigued. As they are also called Siamese fighting fish, I was wondering how this could be possible. But the important piece of information is the female part. You can only keep multiple females together, without any males, and only in a large enough group. I will go through all the steps in setting up a sorority group of bettas and caring for them.
So I get these questions asked to me when I tell people I am a film student with a film waiting to get into festivals. I get asked “What is film Festival?”, “Is it like TIFF?” (I’m from Toronto) and “Does it mean anything?”. And the answers to all of those and more are what I am going to be writing about here.
So around a year and a half ago, I was diagnosed with bi-polar. The diagnosis changed my life. It both threw it into chaos, as well as brought order to the chaos that I was experiencing. I had an answer to so many problems. I had spent my life wishing there was a magic pill I could take that would make everything better. And although that didn't happen exactly, I had to try many different pills, as well as therapies; I have found the light at the end of the tunnel. I am happy where I am. I am a student and live a crazy never-ending rollercoaster of a life, but in a good way. One that I can see coming and prepare for, and enjoy.