Caroline the Copyeditor is now Offbeat Home's Assistant Editor, too

March 3 | diezyn
Fact: all Canadians must take portraits like this to honour our national anthem, Fat Lip (Pain for Pleasure) by Sum 41. Also: my vanity.
Fact: all Canadians must take portraits like this to honour our national anthem, Fat Lip (Pain for Pleasure) by Sum 41. Also: my vanity.

Hi, I'm Caroline Diezyn. You may remember me from such Offbeat Empire posts as Watching, Judging: My job as the Offbeat Copyeditor, and Plus size lingerie for sexytimes all the time. If not, please allow me to introduce myself: I'm a 27-year-old perpetual student/writer/astro goth witch, and I'm Offbeat Home's new assistant editor.


I live in London, Ontario, Canada, with my best friend Joel, in an apartment we refer to as The Manor. I'm pierced in many places, tattooed, and I have purple hair. I speak French and I like to doodle. I'm into fashion and fatshion, cartoons, atompunk, art, and travel (I'm writing this in South Africa!).

I'll be writing more for Offbeat Home and I look forward to answering any questions you have on fashion and personal style, travel on a budget, home decor, student life, relationships… or anything else that interests Homies.

My good friend Sloane Adelaide will probably appear more frequently, too. What a coincidence.

I'll also be helping to run Offbeat Home's social media. Make sure you "like" us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter, tumblr, Instagram, and Pinterest. While you're at it, come be my friend on Twitter!

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  1. Hi, Caroline! We're sort of like neighbours, at least on the scale of the Empire β€” I'm in Waterloo, ON!

  2. Congrats Caroline!

    I also love the pic and am pumped to hear you're into fashion, personal style, and travel! Love it!

    AND blog hi-five on the tattoos and piercings. Love those also. πŸ™‚

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  3. Hello! I used to live in London ON too – back in the day! (Stanley Street – oh, what memories….)

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