I’ll be honest, I’m very selfish when it comes to sharing my favourite spots. When I discover a new favourite place I worry about it becoming everyone’s favourite spot and that it will not belong to me anymore. Which is why I’m probably better off being a fashion blogger than a lifestyle blogger. Last Saturday I visited a new hair salon and I’m so excited about my latest discover, I decided to share it here. I’ve never been one to be loyal to a hair salon, sometimes I feel like the only girl in the world without a dedicated stylist. Historically I’ve booked last minute, or made walk-in appointments, but I think I’ve finally learned my lesson with that kind of behaviour.
#WeAreHappyPlace Sorry to leave you, it’s been nearly two months since I last posted & I’ve missed being here dearly. Life circumstances had me focusing on more pressing matters, but I hope to be back here more regularly now. I have several blog posts I’ve been working on for a while and am excited to publish them over the coming weeks. Happy Place is the epitome of culture in 2018 (or dare I say it, lack there of). Not a museum, not an art installation – just a temporary pop up for people to go and take pictures for Instagram Much like…
A few months ago I published the most Instagrammable spots in NYC. Over the past year, or two Toronto has become a much more aesthetic and design-heavy city, with cute new places popping up almost weekly. As an Instagram fanatic with FOMO, it is hard to keep up at times. I wanted to publish a similar post for my own city, this one with a bit of a twist. These are specifically, the ten most Instagrammable walls in Toronto. Something, a little different, but still a great list of beautiful spots. Have you been to any of these? Let me know in the comments which one’s I missed, as I mentioned, new places are popping up all the time! If you would like a more thorough list of Instagrammable spots in the city let me know, scouting Instagram content is one of my favourite pastimes!
Last Saturday I was invited by a collaboration between PUMA and Sportcheck to workout with two New York City Ballet dancers. A group of us gathered at Toronto’s Extension Room, a lovely airy and white washed dance studio near the Distillery District at 8am to try out the PUMA En Pointe collection. PUMA En Pointe is a new collection inspired by dance, both in aesthetic, with soft pink and satin bows, as well as in practical use, with shoes with flexible soles and soft uppers to allow for articulation of the foot, a very important aspect of dance, particularly ballet.