Spring is well underway and it’s the perfect time to reflect on life’s happenings. I thought this would be a fun way to “take stock of my life” each season and share with you all. Enjoy! Continue reading Taking Stock No.1
Funny story: after finishing a 5K run after work, I realized that I’d forgotten my access pass to the office on my desk. So, no access to the showers for me. I berated myself as I climbed into my car while sweating buckets. Of course, I was meeting a couple of friends at an event in 30 minutes, so I resigned myself to the fact that A) I could either cancel or C) show up looking (and smelling) like a sweaty mess. Continue reading Glowing, Hydrated Skin: Avène Eau Thermale Spring Water
I’m SO THRILLED and EXCITED to be heading to the 2016 Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards! Finally – my chance to wear something gala-worthy as arrived!
Taking place Saturday, June 11, 2016 at the National Arts Centre, little ol’ me and my gorgeous hubby will be rubbing elbows with Canada’s art elite. Continue reading Glitz and Glamour: The 2016 Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards
It’s 11am on a sunny yet chilly Friday morning at a local Westboro coffee shop. A stunning figure cuts through the yummy mummies lined up at the cash register. Dressed in a rich-looking velvet blazer and brightly patterned dress, Rebecca Noelle rushes up to my table. Continue reading #FeatureFriday: Rebecca Noelle, Singer/Songwriter
Have you ever found a clothing brand that seemed like it was made for you? I have. It’s Ted Baker.
I remember my first trip to Vegas a few years ago, my good friend Jen and I shopping happily at Caesar’s Palace. Ted Baker London came into view and Jen stopped and asked if I had ever bought anything there. I admitted to her that I had never even heard of it. She grabbed me by the hand and ushered me through the threshold of this flowery, whimsical wonderland and I was sold. Thanks, Jen! Continue reading Grand Opening Celebration For Ted Baker London
Over the past few weeks, I have cleared out my closet of pieces I no longer use or no longer fit. While I do this annually, this particular clear-out was an emotionally charged one. I had a few of my designer bags stolen late last year and every time I look at the empty space in my closet where they should be, I’m reminded of that painful experience. Continue reading How To Build A Capsule Wardrobe