Must See Travel Spots – Canada

Happy Travel Tuesday! Canada is celebrating 150 years and to commemorate this occasion I’m going to take you Coast to coast highlighting all the amazing things to do here. I’ve visited a few parts of Canada and anywhere I haven’t Google helped me bring this list to you!   Beginning in the West and ending in…

Recording My Life

We kicked off the week talking about Meditating and continuing the theme of self improvement by discussing a way to record your life. For my 21st birthday years ago my mom bought me a journal from Chapters – One Line a Day. Before this date I hadn’t journaled since a small child; where truthfully some…

Ottawa Guide – Part 2

Hi Everyone, welcome back to Part 2 of my Ottawa guide. If you missed Part 1 you can catch it here. Let’s jump right into the second half of my travel list for Canada’s Capital City of Ottawa: Governor Generals House – The home you tour is the actual Home of the Governor General and his…

Fitness on the Go

Happy Fit Fridays beauties! Most of us live busy lifestyles and when you want to stay healthy on the go, especially in hotels, it takes some creativity. There is food you can make in a hotel room which is quick and healthy! Growing up I was a competitive dancer and we stayed in hotels rooms…

Ottawa Guide

Last week for our long weekend a few of the girls and I packed up for a short trip to Ottawa – Canada’s capital city. With lots of political places to see it took me right back to my Grade 8 grad trip. Although this time we wondered more freely than having a set agenda….

Security Friendly Snacks

As an over packer I bring way too much 99% of the time. For this long weekends adventure I was hoping to keep it to one carry one size luggage and a purse…however I’m not sure how easy that will be. It’ll be quite the challenge. Partly contribute my packing skills from being a Girl…

Traveling with Friends

Hi everyone! Every time I go away and get stressed I try to change my focus into noting how fortunate I am to have the luxury of going away. Traveling alone you pretty much follow your own agenda and pick what you want to do. With friends it’s a whole other story. Next week is…

Passion Planner

There are many brands owning social media – Passion Planner is one of them. After following a few fitness ladies on instagram who were crushing their goals, I noticed they all had one thing in common – they use Passion Planners to organize their thoughts, goals, and everyday life. After much debate I decided to…

Before You Leave

As exciting as traveling is, prepping to leave can be a whole other story. Here are a few tips I check before leaving: Make a copy of all documents Leave itinerary at home with family and friends Check status of flights/trains/buses or traffic routes Pay any bills if you’ll be away longer than a month Charge…

Boots & Hearts – Camping Adventures

Attending at least one music festival is on most peoples bucket lists. Last summer one of my good friends wanted to attended a country music festival – Boots & Hearts. Growing up I had my fair share of country tunes at the cottage but generally listed to a mix and more upbeat pop songs. But…

CAA

First off I know very little about how to fix a broken car. If I were ever stuck on the side of the road alone, I’d seriously have not a hot clue where to begin a diagnostics, thus joining CAA was a must when I first received my drivers license. The Canadian Automotive Association (CAA)…

Sydney, Australia Travel Guide

Happy Travel Tuesday! This is becoming one of my favourite series to write about. Each time we’ve covered a part of Australia I catch myself day dreaming about when I can go back. In Sydney especially I felt right at home and didn’t want to leave. If it wasn’t for my family and friends back…