• Adventures

    Assiniboine Park: Spring Wandering

    English garden walk

    Spring has officially sprung for a good month now but in my neck of the woods it still looks quite grey and lifeless. There are patches of green grass starting to grow and the faint glimpse of some colour in the trees but you really need to look closely. We need a good rain fall to wash the dust away and refresh the ground. It’s that in between time when we are all waiting in anticipation for the world to come alive and burst with vibrant colours.   I go searching for signs of spring every weekend in my local parks and forests. A few weeks ago I bought some…

  • Home & Gardens

    How to Hygge: 10 easy ways you can add Hygge to your evening routine

    Hygge candles

    If you’ve browsed Pinterest or visited a book shop you’ve probably heard about Hygge a million times already. It has become very trendy and usually trends come and go like the seasons. But I have been enjoying Hygge for the past couple years and I think it’s here to stay. I stumbled upon it in online while I was searching for ways to bring calm to my life after a hectic work day. Pronounced ‘hue-guh’ it is of Danish origin and can be many things. In short it’s creating a cozy atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with the people you love. My neck of the woods is…