Thursday’s three

Three things I liked from this week 1. Squish Candies When this blessing of a store set up shop not too far from me I admit I was a little addicted. Whether for fear of cavities or devotion to willpower I haven't been back in a little while. The candy store has over 100 different … Continue reading Thursday’s three

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4 Subscription Boxes That Have You Covered This Father’s Day

There are only two excuses for not having bought a gift for your dad yet. One, you're reading this and realizing "It's Father's Day already?!" Two, you're like me and despite countless google searches and stores scoured you still haven't set your sight on the right gift. When it comes to Father's Day, deciding on … Continue reading 4 Subscription Boxes That Have You Covered This Father’s Day

Matcha: A Green Drink Like No Other

Did you know that one cup of matcha green tea has the same amount of nutritional content as 10 cups of regularly brewed green tea? I am definitely more of a tea drinker than a coffee one! While I usually opt for the traditionally steeped early grey, green, or black tea, lately I have found myself … Continue reading Matcha: A Green Drink Like No Other

Thursday’s Three

  Three things I liked from this week 1. "When feet meet nice floors" If there's one Instagram account you should follow this week it's ihavethisthingwithfloors It is a curation of beautiful floors people from all around the world have stood on! 2. 10 Things That Might Happen If You Dress Up Everyday I am … Continue reading Thursday’s Three

It’s Your Vacation, Not Your Followers’

I recently wrote an article for my school newspaper about the implications of social media on travel. This is not the sort of writing style I usually publish on my blog, however I thought I'd share it here anyway and see what you think! "As I sat down on my Air Canada flight, Florida bound for … Continue reading It’s Your Vacation, Not Your Followers’

Pitcher Over Pot: Homemade Iced Tea

Tea is one of my favorite drinks! Having been on vacation in Florida recently, I had to substitute my usual hot pot of tea (because it's -18 at home) for a pitcher of iced tea. It's as satisfying - yet more refreshing - than water. Reminiscing about the sunshine while I am surrounded by snow, I thought I'd share the delicious … Continue reading Pitcher Over Pot: Homemade Iced Tea