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The blog entries that pretty accurately reflect the madness going on in my mind!

A Night Out at Creeds — Redefining My Adult Expectations (Featured Image)

A Night Out at Creeds — Redefining My Adult Expectations

Be a content creator long enough and plenty starts blurring together. Events run the same way. The same routine of reviewing the products left at the doorstep. One thing that’s always put me off as a creative is too much routine, and that’s without a doubt how I feel about […]

Keepin’ Up with Case P — The Week That Was… March 18th – 24th, 2018 (Featured Image)

Keepin’ Up with Case P — The Week That Was… March 18th – 24th, 2018

I’ve spent this last week aimlessly writing, figuring out what I should do next. There’s plenty on my mind: My career of eleven years that I pretty much fell into and what I do with it some seventeen jobs later All the content that still needs producing and […]

Keepin' Up with Case P — The Week That Was... March 11th - 17th, 2018 (Featured Image)

Keepin’ Up with Case P — The Week That Was… March 11th – 17th, 2018

There’s no such thing as an overnight success. Just looking at the week that passed, though I’m constantly updating y’all on my life, there’s sadly so much I can’t talk about. New opportunities. Projects in progress. A whole world of stuff on top of what I’m already putting out there that […]

Leave All the Tongues Wagging with a Shiny Volkswagen! (Featured Image)

Leave All the Tongues Wagging with a Shiny Volkswagen!

We need a car with lots of storage space. Like… lots. We may only be a family of four, but the Palmers don’t say “no” to adventure, looking for rides that can keep up with our ever-demanding lifestyles. And the Volkswagen line has promise—the Arteon promises the feel of […]

Business Taxes for the Masses — Avoid Getting Annoyed Thanks to TurboTax Self-Employed (Featured Image)

Business Taxes for the Masses — Avoid Getting Annoyed Thanks to TurboTax Self-Employed

I was thirteen years old when my Dad sat me down at the kitchen table and had me do my taxes for the very first time. My income was meagre—I’d spent one day sweltering as Sam the Bee for Streetsville’s Bread & Honey Festival in Mississauga—but my Dad […]

Keepin' Up With Case P — The Week That Was... March 4th - 10th, 2018 (Featured Image)

Keepin’ Up With Case P — The Week That Was… March 4th – 10th, 2018

“You can’t knock the hustle.” — Jay-Z, “Can’t Knock the Hustle”, Reasonable Doubt (1996) The first full week in March’s been all about getting organised. What 2018’s done for me so far is give me a fiery drive to create—it’s the first time in a very long time I’ve felt like I’ve […]

That Parent Life Isn't So Hard with Pampers Rewards! (Featured Image)

That Parent Life Isn’t So Hard with Pampers Rewards!

There’s no way we’d make it this far as parents if it weren’t for the community of peers that built up around us. You likely won’t appreciate this if you haven’t had kids yourself, but it’s a life change that can prove very isolating for new parents! The friends without […]

Brown Girl Begins — Telling Stories of Colour Sans Stereotypes (Featured Image)

Brown Girl Begins — Telling Stories of Colour Sans Stereotypes

This is more than just a movie review. CaribbeanTales couldn’t have known I was in the middle of deeply searching for a great connection to my roots when they reached out to collaborate. It’s a dope time for content creators who look like us with Jordan Peele’s 2017 horror […]

Keepin' Up with Case P — The Week that Was... February 25th - March 3rd, 2018 (Featured Image)

Keepin’ Up with Case P — The Week that Was… February 25th – March 3rd, 2018

First off, a massive shout-out to Laura Fuentes from MOMables for the inspiration to move my weekly newsletter from everyone’s email to my blog. In seven years, you can learn some things. I’ve seen great success in growing this brand, but at the same time developed habits that […]

Live from the 3.5 — February's Over, But We're STILL BLACK. (Featured Image)

Live from the 3.5 — February’s Over, But We’re STILL BLACK.

When you’re a one-man operation trying to put out a series for Black History Month, there are some things you might not want to do with your February, like: Hit up a Dad Summit in New Orleans to make dozens of new friends and better understand all the possible […]

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