#PressDays at Lotus Leaf

#PressDays at Lotus Leaf

Hey friends! I'm sorry for the silence on my end, full-time work and (part-time) networking/blogging have taken up a large chunk of my time. Rest assured, there are lots of exciting posts and projects in the works! I had the opportunity to attend Press Days hosted by Lotus Leaf Communications on Wednesday. It was my first time visiting Lotus [...]

For the love of Toronto

For the love of Toronto

Living in Toronto and learning the intricacies of its urban layout has been thrilling for both Nick and I. He found his calling in the transit sector, increasing his already heightened interest in geography, design, and planning. I've always been fascinated by urban geography, and even enrolled in a Cities and Urbanism course at university. Comprehending the issues [...]

Weekly Favourites

Weekly Favourites

It's hard to believe that we're already halfway through November. My cracked lips and all-encompassing knit turtleneck are constant reminders of the rapidly declining temperatures here in Canada. And it's only one month until my 26th birthday. Does this mean my quarter-life crisis needs to end now? While I ponder that ever-present question, here are a few of my [...]

Fall Faves with D&B

Fall Faves with D&B

Happy Tuesday, everyone! I'm excited to announce that I'll be collaborating with Desmond & Beatrice in the coming months. I'm smitten with their bakeshop, and was thrilled when Amanda suggested working together. You've probably already gathered that I'm obsessed with exploring the sheer volume of independent cafés and local boutiques here in Toronto. This project allows me to do just [...]

The Launch of Kobo’s New E-Reader

The Launch of Kobo’s New E-Reader

Yesterday I attended Kobo's pool party where they shared some very exciting news. With the help from the fabulous AquaLillies, they announced the launch of their newest WATERPROOF device! I'm super accident-prone and ruined my previous e-reader whilst on holiday in Mexico, oops! The event was both fashionable and clever; well-attended by media types and bibliophiles [...]

The Ides of March

The Ides of March

March 15th, also known as The Ides of March became notorious as the date of the assassination of Julius Caesar. The Roman Senate had named Caesar dictator perpetuo ("dictator in perpetuity") and fears grew that he would later dissolve the senate in favour of an absolute tyranny. This led to several senators to plot his assassination. Fear and desperation led the conspirators to [...]