• Halloween Ghost Cupcakes

    It’s almost time for Halloween! Time to indulge in these boo-tiful Ghost Cupcakes. Don’t worry, these ghouls are extremely sweet - literally! I’ve been in the Halloween spirit since the beginning ...

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    Halloween Ghost Cupcakes
  • Roasted Fall Vegetables

    Roasted fall vegetables are my favorite side dish during this time of the year. It’s time to impress all your guests this Thanksgiving. I am always one to have a side dish with every single meal. ...

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    Roasted Fall Vegetables
  • Apple Cinnamon Chia Pudding

    When you’re on the go, you can turn to this apple cinnamon chia pudding first thing in the morning. It’s like autumn in a jar. Ever since I made this chocolate chia seed pudding recipe, I’ve been ...

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    Apple Cinnamon Chia Pudding
  • Our Family’s Trip to Canada’s Wonderland: Camp Spooky Review

    Time to get spooked - but with a fun, family-friendly twist. Here’s our Camp Spooky Review from our recent trip to Canada’s Wonderland. We had a spooky good time - and meeting Peanuts characters ...

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    Our Family’s Trip to Canada’s Wonderland: Camp Spooky Review
  • Halloween Decoration Ideas

    Double, double toil and trouble - here are some inspiring Halloween decoration ideas to get your spook on. …because Halloween décor can be ghoulish, fun and stylish.   I remember when I ...

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    Halloween Decoration Ideas

Wedding Words: The Countdown Begins

The countdown begins: do I hear wedding bells? Yes, yes I do. When I was a little girl, I always tried to make the summer season last as long as possible. Growing up in Montreal, Canada, all the neighborhood kids knew to never take the warmer days for granted. We’d spend play dates outdoors, basking in the sunshine’s rays from the early morning…

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Bruschetta Bites

Now that the weather’s warmer, I’ve transitioned to fresh salads and refreshing iced teas as my choice of main meals. While I’ll always be a steak and mashed potato type-of-girl, there’s just something about a colorful plate of leafs, vegetables, and dressing that make me feel like it’s finally summer. To add a bit of change to my “salad routine,”…

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Crew-Neck Pullover

I was so excited when I stumbled upon this sweater from Abercrombie & Fitch. There was something about its simple crew-neck and statement logo that brought me back to my childhood. Back in my “school yard” days, I would have probably sported a similar pullover with the most embarrassing jogging pants to match. However, now, my faux-leather leggings do the trick and I…

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Birthday Tiramisu

Whenever I make #dessertoftheweek, I always try to take both mine and Joe’s tastes into consideration. I’ve been putting off making tiramisu for awhile simply because Joe isn’t a huge fan. Recently, my mom taught me her recipe and I’ve been craving it ever since. Joe isn’t much of a baker. For my upcoming birthday, he expressed that he was having trouble deciding on what dessert to serve. To…

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Simple & Sweet: Lace Cookies Recipe

Lace cookies that are easy to make and easy to devour. I often write about my mom being the main inspiration behind my baking endeavours. When we work together in the kitchen, she always has new tips up her sleeve. She often treats me as a novice/sous-chef. With her, every culinary experience is a great opportunity to learn even more….

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What in Your Purse?: Carry-On Luggage

Call me traditional, but having a carry-on is essential to my travelling needs. At the airport, I often spot women travelling with the most inconvenient purses (but very pretty and fashionable, nonetheless). I couldn’t even imagine being without my Roots Small Banff Bag as I board the plane. Whenever I’m preparing for a trip, I organize my packing into two categories: check-in luggage…

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Stripes and Comfort

Last week when I was shopping at the Gap, I stumbled upon this dress and kept on going back and forth to it. I immediately noticed the ultra-soft cotton blend that they used, but kept on second guessing myself. I loved the concept of its extremely loose fit but didn’t think I could pull it off. I even discussed outfit options with one of…

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Wedding Words: 6 Months

Wow. 6 months really just flew right on by. 6 months. That’s 182 days. Half a year of utter joy and bliss. My first six months of officially being a wife. When people ask me, “So? How does it feel now that you’re married?”, I can’t really say much. Nothing has really changed. Joe and I went the less traditional…

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I Love Salads

In the kitchen, a book I keep at arm’s reach is called Salad Love by David Bez. Bez provides over 200 salad recipes that are not only easy to prepare but are also incredibly delicious. David Bez turns plain-old salads into pieces of edible art. He works with bases of leaves, pastas, or grains and elegantly layers vegetables, fruits, and meats on top. Also, to…

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Engagement Photos

When Joe and I announced our engagement, we received the kindest congratulatory messages. Most importantly, my newly married girlfriends gave me their personal wedding tips. One of them told me: “Enjoy this special time and take it all in. These are the precious moments in life.” Simple and true, I took this advice to heart, and decided that we should…

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