Ten signs you are in fact a hipster: 1. Your new haircut resembles that of Dan Humphrey in the final season of Gossip Girl. 2. You wear a beanie in the summertime. 3. You’ve recently started your career as a professional blogger, and you thrive on posting photos of all the ways you can style […]Read more "Are You a Hipster?"
“I want to go places and see people. I want my mind to grow. I want to live where things happen on a big scale.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Ice Palace There are endless reasons why I consider New Zealand my spiritual homeland, many of which I’ve overzealously documented in this very blog. And lately, […]Read more "New Zealand: My Spiritual Homeland"
Here in Toronto, we’ve just experienced our very first snow day of 2013. On Friday morning, I awoke to my own personal snow globe. Outside the large windows of my apartment, our bustling city streets were calmer than I’d ever seen them and covered in glistening powder. My Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook accounts blew up […]Read more "Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but darling you look so delightful!"
Our month in South Africa started out in the glorious Mother City of Cape Town. Cape Town is the second largest city in SA, and the largest in the Western Cape. My sister, Stephanie has been living with my SA/NZ friend, Adrian since her arrival in August. Natalie and I were able to stay at […]Read more "Cape Town"
As you know, I’ve been interning at Weddingbells Magazine for the past month. It’s been a fantastic experience so far, and some of my Real Weddings and blog posts have been published online. I’d love it if you checked them out, they are fun to read, even if you’re not anywhere near tying the knot: […]Read more "Intern Nation: Part II"
I’ve always liked, not loved, Tuesdays. Love is much too strong a word for Tuesday. However, I do like Tuesdays because Mondays (despite being a fresh start of sorts) always feel a bit out of sync. I’m out of routine from the weekend’s festivities, and it takes me awhile to get my groove back. By […]Read more "Tuesdays in Toronto"
I’d like to take a moment to gush about Toronto’s art and gallery scene. Of course, there are the major galleries AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) and the ROM, (Royal Ontario Museum) but as Nick and I recently discovered – there are literally galleries on every street corner. Independent galleries line Dundas and Queen West. […]Read more "Artsy Fartsy"