Maxi Mize Me

Being on the shorter statured side, I tend to have a general rule with skirts and dresses, that they are no longer than knee-length and heels are a must. ¬†This season is throwing a curveball at my rules, with all the long maxi skirts and dresses paired with flat soled boots. However not wanting to…

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Fall Back Home

I don’t get to visit my parents that often, usually a couple of times a year during holidays. They live in a beautiful corner of the world, otherwise known as NW British Columbia. Below the snow-capped coastal peaks are beautiful valleys with some of the greatest fly fishing known to man. This time of year,…

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Sweet Potato Souffle

One of my favourite side dishes to go with Turkey and all the other fixings is a sweet potato souffle. It’s light, fluffy and decadent enough to make you feel like dessert has been served before the pumpkin pie even makes an appearance. I had to sneak into the pantry and steal the recipe to…

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Here’s To The Boys

Whenever I post on fashion, to-date it’s been for the ladies. If the gent’s in your life are anything like G2, it would include the combination of being a conservative dresser who hates to venture into stores and is also colour blind. So to remedy this trifecta I usually venture out solo to find appropriate…

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Accessory Crush of the Week~ Nicole Valentine Studio

I used to work in Upstate¬†New York and one of the places I stayed/visited was Corning. A pretty town renowned for it’s glassmaking past and present (hint on where Corningware comes from), there is a beautiful museum of glass to visit as well as many studios and boutiques that specialize in the trade. So when…

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Bacon-Wrapped Mini Meatloaf

During the week when you are rushing from work, kids activities or what have you it is very difficult to “whip” together a balanced meal. Lately I’ve been looking at easy solutions like pre-making multiple portions and freezing it to reheat later with some veggies or creating something with a low prep time, hence buying…

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