What to do in London: A Guide for Every Interest

After nine or so months of living here, I can definitely say that London is one of my favourite cities in the world. There is so much to offer, whether you’re looking for a chilled out day exploring castles or a bustling night out on the town, London has got the perfect thing for you!…

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Fierce Female of the Week: Anne Hathaway

Nothing but respect for MY Princess of Genovia. Happy Fierce Female of the Week Wednesday! Today’s we’ll be talking all about Princess Mia herself – actress and activist Anne Hathaway. Anne has always been a favourite of mine but, in recent years, she has started standing up to the B.S. and being an amazing ally…

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Canadian Thanksgiving Abroad

Canadian Thanksgiving is something that I love to celebrate each year. Though both Canadian and American Thanksgiving have morphed into seemingly identical holidays celebrated during different months of the year, the root of the holiday differs a bit more than would be generally assumed. Originally, Canadian “Thanksgiving” was more of a frequent celebration associated with…

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Adopting A Greyhound Part 2: The Challenges

The time has come for part 2 of my 3 part series all about adopting a retired racing greyhound! Last time, we talked about the adoption process and busted some myths about the breed. This time, I’ll share a bit about our first month as greyhound owners and some of the challenges we’ve faced so…

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Fierce Female of the Week: Wilma Mankiller

For our Fierce Female this week, we’re highlighting activist and powerhouse Wilma Pearl Mankiller; known in Cherokee as A-ji-luhsgi Asgaya-dihi. Wilma was the first ever Cherokee woman who became the Principal Chief of the Cherokee Tribe, a position she was elected into (a feat in itself!), and became a symbol for Cherokee women thanks to…

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Preparing Your Closet for Fall and Winter

As summer takes its last breath of the year and the leaves begin to change colours, it signifies that it’s time to prepare my closet for fall and winter. During the transition of summer to autumn, I always do a massive cleanout of my closet, and admittedly do a bit of pre-season shopping to be…

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