Simple NYC Travel Guide

Being a girl who likes to stick to a budget but also loves to travel it can be a bit tricky, especially when you’re visiting larger cities like NYC. However, there are a few tips and tricks that I’ve learned in the past that have helped me to stick to my travelling budget. First, is do your research. Expedia.ca offer a ‘Things To Do’ list on their website that can…

20 Quick & Easy Packing Tips Using a Carry-On Suitcase

I’ll be honest – I hate packing for a trip. It makes me so anxious as I’m always thinking that I forgot something. I have got better at it over the years, as they say, practice makes perfect. Still not quite at the perfect point. With a recent NYC trip coming up, thanks to my friends at Expedia, I thought I would combine some of my favourite travel tips and…

DIY No Citric Acid Bath Bombs

Recently I got really hooked onto Bath Bombs, but like anything, they can add up if you keep buying them. This got me to thinking, do the DIY tutorials really work? I searched online and looked at a few recipes and decided to try this specific one – that’s in the video. A lot of the DIYs that I saw said to use citric acid. I found that this ingredient…

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide + HUGE Valentine’s Day Giveaway

[columns_row width=”half”] [column][/column] [column][/column] [/columns_row] We’re back…back again! Amanda L., Zeba,  Michelle, Amanda M., Emily and myself are back again with another amazing giveaway! This time we focused the giveaway around Valentine’s Day and different gift ideas that would be perfect for that special person in your life. Or, if you want keep all the items for yourself – we won’t judge! [columns_row width=”half”] [column][/column] [column][/column] [/columns_row] SKECHERS I’m sure when you think of…

Planning an Affordable New York City Trip

I’m heading back to NYC! I still remember the first time I headed to NYC, which was a couple summers back, I told myself after that visit, I was going to go back every year…it’s been over 3 years. I loved the city so much but unfortunately, time and work just never allowed me to go back. Until now! Thanks to my friends at Expedia, I’m heading back to the…

Style a Romper in the Winter

[columns_row width=”half”] [column][/column] [column][/column] [/columns_row] When I spotted this Velvet Burgundy Spaghetti Strap Romper I knew I had to add it to my closet. Not only have I been meaning to add more rompers to my closet but I also been wanting to add more velvet pieces. With this Velvet romper matching both those requirements and the fact that it’s under $25, how can you pass that up? As much as…

DIY Rose Stamped Shirt

Since The Bachelor is currently running on TV and Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, what better T-shirt to make? I love the idea of using a simple stamp to turn an old t-shirt into something new. I’ve done it before with a Pineapple stamp for a cover-up, so I wanted to re-create the look for Valentine’s Day. All you need for this DIY Rose Stamped Shirt is a stamp…

Surviving Winter with K-Way

It finally snowed, well a little! I had a small hope that maybe winter was going to skip this year but this weekend proved me wrong. On the bright side, I’m looking into booking a trip to Aruba to escape this winter-ness and I have a new winter jacket to keep me warm! Recently I was introduced to K-Way, which is described as the modern raincoat. I actually think it’s more…

Cute Sweats for Grocery Store Trips + WIN A PAIR

I know we’re all guilty of lounging around at home in our sweats only to realize that you have no food in the house and now you have to go outside in public to the store. This means taking off your comfy sweats and putting on jeans to look somewhat put together in the outside world. Only to come back home and instantly change back to the comfy sweats. Lazypants…