How do you end the year that 2020 became? I am aware of the blessings I have had and the good times I have enjoyed – but it has definitely not been the year I expected. Many of us in our day-to-day have had to pivot, adapt, conserve and find joy in what we have. The holidays have become this beautiful beacon in my life and NYE is something I am really looking forward to with the best experience I can think of to enjoy at home.Continue Reading Read More »
This week, this month, this year…
Yeah. It’s been a lot.
I have so much to be grateful for and such incredible memories to cherish. I’ve become friends with so many talented people virtually. But if I am being honest, I’m very much ready to cheers to 2021 and countdown the final few days. Giving it some thought, I came to the realization that we deserved to spoil ourselves while we do it. Because if I’m going to be in Toronto and not able to see my family, I’m going to do this as fabulously as I can with my husband.Continue Reading Read More »
While the year comes to a close and we all bundle up for the winter months, I am yet again in a nostalgic frame of mind. I wanted to take a moment to walk you through the restaurants that you would have seen Julio and I enjoy during our trip to the west coast for our wedding anniversary. For those of you visiting or living in Vancouver, these restaurants are sure to make you as happy as they did us.Continue Reading Read More »
With the world we live in, travel seems to be a hot topic in conversations both in real life and online, and I thought it was time I chimed in on the conversation. Although this post and our upcoming trip may ignite conversations, it’s important to remember that leisure travel is still possible if done in a safe manner with the right precautions in place.
But before you jump down my throat for travelling this week, why don’t you take a moment to listen to why it’s so important for me to do so for my fifth wedding anniversary and why I feel so safe in doing so.Continue Reading Read More »