When I was young, my dad would drive the whole family to Trinity Street to take a look at the dazzling display of lights every Christmas. It wasn’t until one year when I decided to go there myself that I had to Google it up, and learn the tragic but wholesome reasoning behind the well-lit neighbourhood of Trinity Street.Continue reading
The boyfriend are I are back in Vancouver, working remotely. Most of the people at our office are working from home, meaning if we shifted our hours in Vancouver to match up with our Montreal work hours, there isn’t much of a difference anyway. So it’ll be nice to spend a bit of time with family before going back after the holidays!Continue reading
Finally went to Haidilao after only ever having bought their hot pot soup bases to have at home. We were a little hesitant as it’s Covid times, but reading the reviews, a lot of people spoke favourably of the protocols there.
To be frank though I don’t even want to talk about my experience. I want to talk about what Haidilao stands for in China.Continue reading
You ever see someone who looks a lot like someone else you know? How about them looking like someone you know who’s no longer in this plane of existence?
About a year ago, I learned of a wonderful Facebook group: Helping our Northern Neighbours. It took me a year before I took what I learned from that group into action and sent out a care package out to a family in Northern Canada. I wanted to share my experiences, and hopefully, open you up to the idea of donating a package!