Last weekend, I took my first ever "momcation" and visited my friend Sylvia in Montreal. Having a weekend away not only allowed me to recharge and reconnect with myself, but I was able to catch up on some much needed R &R! Here's a look at some of the highlights of my trip! I unleashed my inner foodie. In the last few years, even though I've changed my perspective about food and have developed healthier eating habits, I also recognize the importance of enjoying yourself. . . .
Tomorrow is Bell Let's Talk Day, an annual initiative that seeks to end the stigma surrounding mental health. Over the years, I've had mixed feelings about this campaign. I know just as well as you that one day won't solve or cure anything. I've seen first hand the state of mental health funding in this country. The long waiting lists, limited access and constant hoop jumping. Six months ago, I experienced a major depressive episode. With the help of my doctor, we tried to get . . .
Last Friday, I had so much fun attending the Nordstrom Winter Beauty Event which took place at the Eaton Centre. With over 20 beauty counters to choose from, each brand was offering up free services. I signed up with Charlotte Tilbury because I was curious about her skin care line. This was a the perfect opportunity to try before buying. Is she worth the hype? Here's what happened. The Skin Care Routine I met Malki, my Charlotte Tilbury Skin Care Expert, who explained . . .
Happy New Year! My first post of 2019 and we're already halfway through the month. Womp Womp. In my last post, I shared my 19 goals for 2019. I'll admit, it was a pretty ambitious list. And while it's been keeping me accountable and providing inspiration to go after the things I want in my life, there have been a few setbacks. I shared this raw and personal moment on my instagram last week. Not one of my finest or proudest memories but I have no regrets. It is no . . .
I don't know about you, but I have a love-hate relationship with New Year's Resolutions. On the one hand, I love setting goals and making checklists. On the other hand, I often get super overwhelmed by the enormity of the tasks, and will often throw in the towel if I don't see immediate results. Anyone else in the same boat? Can I get an amen for some all-or-nothing thinking? Don't get me wrong, it's important to look back and reflect in order to move forward. Let me . . .