6 Influencers You Should Follow

As someone who loves all things fashion, beauty, and lifestyle, there are a number of “influencers” that I follow on social media. That being said, I am incredibly selective as to who I follow. I definitely understand that some people will promote absolutely anything that pays well (totally fair), however I tend to follow people…

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Decluttering for the New Year

Anyone who has lived or worked with me can tell you that I LOVE to organize and purge things. I can’t help it, I get such satisfaction from cleaning out things and organizing. So what better way to start off the New Year than with a clean and organized space! The start of the New…

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Apartment Hunting Tips

Upon our recent return to Toronto, my husband and I felt overwhelmed with things we needed to do, get, and set up; it can be incredibly daunting to move and organize yourself into a new place when you’ve only just returned to the country. There are a lot of places that are available, but with…

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How to Balance Your Work, Home, and Social Life

One of the pressing matters I’ve noticed myself and my friends struggling with lately, has been managing and maintaining their work/home life. A lot of us are working either Monday to Friday 9 to 5, or are doing shift work in the evenings or on the weekends – sometimes even both! Getting to work before…

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Happy Birthday Megan!

It may not be a Wednesday, but there’s an EXTRA SPECIAL female that I wanted to talk about in honour of her 25th birthday. Yep, you guessed it, today’s post is all about Megan!!!! Megan and I became incredibly fast friends in 2016, and haven’t looked back since!  Megan is a kind, generous, and intelligent…

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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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Compromising With Opposite Personalities

As someone who is incredibly sensitive but also very stubborn, it can be difficult for me to compromise with people who have opposite personalities to my own. Recently I spent some time in France with my mom, who is very different from myself. I love her very much, however we have always butted heads a…

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Autumn 2018 Bucket List

Tomorrow is the official first day of autumn! It’s my favourite time of year and I can’t wait to get out there and do all the fun, cozy, spooky, and adventurous activities the season has to offer. Autumn is a great time to get out there and try new things as the weather is mild…

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