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Summer Vacation Guide: Canada Edition

Book off some time, grab your passport, and get set to jet to any of these ideal destinations during our country’s 150th anniversary!

Whether it’s a solo adventure, couples trip, girls’ weekend, or family getaway, there’s something for everyone at these beautiful Canadian locales. Continue reading “Summer Vacation Guide: Canada Edition”

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Kelowna, British Columbia

A Wellness Weekend in Kelowna

Fitting in with Canada’s fittest city

A and I spent a few days in British Columbia’s beautiful Okanagan region last week and had the chance to experience some of the best amenities and activities the waterfront town has to offer.

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Why I Love September Pt. 4: Fall is in the air

Here we are: the last post of my four-part series on Why I Love September! It’s been a thrill to chronicle the many reasons I think September is a spectacular month, and I hope you’ve enjoyed reading and maybe even gotten a few tips.

Even if you aren’t in the same love affair with September as I am (or as fanatical about planning and organizing), I think you’ll like this post.

Because it’s all about fall. And truthfully, I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone who doesn’t like autumn! Continue reading “Why I Love September Pt. 4: Fall is in the air”

Cocoa-Nutty Energy Bites

My mom, sister and I have wanted to embark on a girls’ getaway for a while now, so when we heard the Wanderlust Festival was coming to Mont Tremblant, we knew we had to go.

For wellness enthusiasts, this festival has it all – hiking, yoga, meditation, running, dancing, strength training and more. Continue reading “Cocoa-Nutty Energy Bites”

Walking in a spring wonderland

There is something so much more beautiful about snow in the country; always looking crisper and cleaner. And even during what is typically a messy spring thaw, an uncharacteristically chilly March weekend made the melting ice and snow look picturesque.

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Winter hiking in Gatineau Park

Ahhh, winter. There’s snow, sleet, slush… but winter can be so much more than just the messiness that comes along with this time of year. Proof? A mild February Saturday afternoon spent hiking in Gatineau Park.

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