It’s that time of year when we start to think about all the amazing things that happened throughout the last 12 months as we prepare for the new year to arrive. Many of us are excited to start fresh, others will have trouble letting go and starting a new chapter.Read More
Last week sure was a busy one, especially because I was setting up my POP up shop at Place Rosemere during the weekend. (It will also be going on this weekend in case you are looking to stock up on some prints, decor and such.)Read More
Being in the water is something that is so important to me. Spending my childhood in Port Elgin, I would spend every minute in the lake pretending to be a dolphin or a mermaid. I would force (and still kind of) everyone to come swim with me for hours, or until that person got tired.Read More
I've been quiet for the past few days since my return to the city. Not only via social media, but in my day to day mind. I guess we all deal from the trip blues differently and this time I am just re playing every single memory over and over.Read More
Yamnuska Wolfdog Sanctuary is a non-profit organization based in Cochrane Alberta who gives a second home for these beautiful animals, Wolfdogs. Not only is it one of the biggest sanctuaries in Canada, but it is also recognized for educational tours and successful adoption programs to help give some of the dogs a second chance with a family.Read More
''So what do you want to do for New Years this year?'' was the occasional question that would be going around in the apartment this holiday season. We were kind of opting for a quiet night in until I got a message from Anne-Sophie saying we are going to Chic-Choc for five insane days with really cool friends.Read More
I am currently sitting in dirt, exhausted and only 5 km shy from arriving at the end of my long hike.
A part of me is dreading to get back on my feet and continuing the way, and the other part of me is taking in the ocean salty air and feeling more alive than ever.
I feel as if holidays are slowly becoming less celebrated. Take for example Halloween, back when I was a kid there were thousands of kids in the streets and we almost had to close the streets down because it got hectic. It was fun, we laughed, got scared and ate all the candy in the world.
I remember when I was a kid I used to spend my whole summers up here. Spend long days at the beach, have a seriously dark tan and end the day with colorful campfires as my dad claimed he was a wizard. (I learned a few years later that he put copper in the fire to make it look colorful.)Read More
Instead of being nervous about camping alone in the woods I was actually kind of excited. It would be my first time camping solo, and it would be an opportunity for me to inspire myself with new projects and ideas.Read More
About a month ago, I set off on my first solo trip to Nicaragua principally to work on my surf photography. It was a full ten days of getting in the water with my camera and trying different lighting techniques and composition.Read More
Nestled between Tremblant and la Conception you will find one of the coziest places to stay regardless of the season.
Normally New Years people head out to fancy parties and get all dolled up, but for someone who isn't much of a partier, I decided to ditch the city lights for the calm wilderness in the Laurentians.Read More
With the cold I have (yes my boyfriend passed on his sickness to me), I kind of wish I was near the salt ocean water to clear my sinuses. But until then, I will content myself with kleenex and watching the mens Fiji pro on TV.Read More