Blogmas Day 6: Holiday Gift Guide for Him

As difficult as I find shopping for the women in my life, I find shopping for the men even more challenging. I find that I’m less certain of their likes and dislikes when it comes down to the nitty gritty gift giving. Short of buying them all Leafs or Raptors tickets (rip wallet) I’ve compiled…

The Truth About Travelling as a Blogger

Hey Guys!  So as I have begun to unpack from my most recent trip to Spain and Portugal while beginning the process of packing for my upcoming trip to Asia, I’ve been thinking about what I means to travel as a blogger/instagrammer/vlogger. I personally had this expectation of travelling for #thegram as being so glamours,…

How I Pack for a Month Travelling in Asia (NOT BACKPACKING)

It’s no secret that I travel frequently and usually for extended periods of time. One of the most difficult things that I always have to deal with is outfit variability, especially because when travelling I like to create tons of content. The two biggest difficulties I find that I face while travelling is the lack…

Singapore City Guide – July 2017

I’ve been to Singapore a lot, more than most other places in the world, which I feel makes me somewhat of an expert on being the absolute most touristy. However, not everything that I do is touristy, and as such, I thought that I would share some of my favourites from my most recent trip!…

Photo Diary: California May 2016

My parents and I went on a road trip from Los Angeles California to San Francisco by way of Yosemite National Park and Napa Valley. Driving up the Pacific Coast Highway for all its stunning views is still a massive undertaking due to the sheer number of stops one can make. To start the trip…

The Faroe Islands

Bundled up in a dry suit, on a hundred-year-old Canadain schooner after having fished for lunch in the North Atlantic, the last thing I thought would happen would be to watch a fourteen-year-old light up a cigarette, pulled out of a plastic baggy to protect it from the damp and launch into a personal epic…

Laduree in Washington Square Park

Laduree the iconic French Patisserie known for it’s macaroons and (less commonly known) for their amazing iced coffee was a stop I had to make while in NYC. On a class field trip to Soho with our teacher Joan, she wanted us to shop around and get ideas for our final project. While walking along…

The Brooklyn Bridge

Walking across the Brooklyn Bridge was a huge must on my list of things to do in New York City. My second weekend at Parsons we made the trek on the subway to the bridge to trek across it to Brooklyn to trek to Williamsburg. Yes… lots of trekking happened. The day we decided to…

Soho

Soho is a staple Manhattan Icon. It has cobble stone streets, coloured buildings littered with coordinated fire escapes and impeccably dressed women flitting in and out of luxury stores. It it’s gorgeous opulence I find myself wandering through the streets constantly taking pictures of every fire escape or cobble stone that I pass treating every…

Metropolitan Museum

The Museum Mile Festival is one night a year when 5th ave is closed off on museum mile for a street festival. For us who had class from 9-4, Monday to Friday or work during those same hours visiting a museum can be difficult. Because of this one night Marianne and I decided to take…