The only problem with living so close to an incredible wine region is deciding who to buy from. With so many world class wineries at our doorstep, supporting local winemakers is a no brainer. With only a month to go until my parents visit Canterbury for the first time (ever!), I want to make sure our […]Read more "A North Canterbury Winery That Gives Back"
Food photography has gained popularity in recent years with the rise of Instagram. If you search #foodphotography or #onthetable, you’ll see an eclectic mix of styled food shots that could easily belong in your favourite cookbook. Many of my Toronto friends are food stylists, food bloggers/writers and professional food photographers, however, unbeknownst to most – many […]Read more "How To Take Food Photos Without A Professional Camera"
It’s Sunday morning and I can’t remember the last weekend I spent without my phone. In fact, I often spend hours mindlessly scrolling through my social media feeds, sometimes over dinner or while watching a movie. Creating and posting new content is a weekend ritual, especially for bloggers who feel the pressure to constantly create. […]Read more "Simple Ways To Break Your Phone Addiction"
With constant noise and distraction in our daily lives, it’s increasingly difficult to disconnect. Being constantly tethered to my device, both for work and personal reasons, I’ve often tossed up the idea of a digital detox. Float therapy is another option for those looking to carve out space to think and meditate without external distractions. […]Read more "Float Therapy: Here’s What To Expect"
Some of you may know (from my recent Instagram posts) that I’ve recently quit my day job at a creative agency. The decision was a long time coming (like it is for so many creatives and freelancers), but that didn’t make it any less terrifying. I learnt so much in 18 months at Plato Creative […]Read more "Why I Quit My Full-Time Job"