Listen… I know some of you are going to think this is coming way too early, but for the parents that I know, now is the time to start thinking about these things. In an effort to help them and you reading this know what is a must have this fall, I’ve gathered together 6 things to ensure the kids are happiest going back to school or starting school this fall. Enjoy those summer days and soak up the sun while you check out this epic roundup.Continue reading “6 Back to School Must Haves The Kids Will Love”
After a busy week in Ottawa both professionally and personally, I got news that the summer is “cancelled” for many of the in person events in the coming months that most of us were looking forward to. While my initial reaction was like many – somewhere in between knowing it was coming, disappointment and frustration – I also realized that things could be worse. After the shock settled down I got to thinking about the ways that I can make myself happy and enjoy the summer I wasn’t expecting, but that I am still going to enjoy to the best of my abilities. Here’s hoping it helps to remind you that there are still reasons to smile and things to be excited for amid a year of disappointing moments and obstacles.Continue reading “So I’ve been told Summer is “Cancelled”, Now What?”
Now more than ever, it seems as though many of us are taking a long look in the mirror and evaluating what is important to us. While I am in the process of some introspection and personal “fine-tuning” of sorts, I have come to realize there are some things I know about brands and people that you may not. So today, it’s all about three things I bet you didn’t know about Levi’s Canada and why I continue to support them while shedding myself of brands that no longer speak to me and life as I know it.Continue reading “Three Things You Didn’t Know About Levis”
In 1992, I was 9 years old. I remember living in a basement apartment with my mother in the west end of Ottawa. I had this friend, who lived in one of the buildings next door, who had a computer and something called a “Super Nintendo Entertainment System.” This was some fancy stuff right here. And for the record, yes there were actually a lot of people who didn’t have a computer at their house back then. And I was one of them.