What I Cannot Travel Without


To travel is to live. Traveling opens up your eyes to new cultures, people, and experiences. While I love traveling I always need to have a few key items with me which are essential to the trip. Here is one item I cannot travel without:

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Ontario’s Best Winter Waterfalls


Go chasing waterfalls, especially in the winter when they look incredible covered in snow and ice! Ontario is full of picturesque waterfalls throughout every corner of the province, from Thunder Bay to Niagara. There is no shortage of beauty here. During the winter it is no different and the falls may be even more beautiful than ever. Many are along…

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Finding a Winter Paradise in Collingwood


Venturing up north in the winter is one of my favourite road trips. Being surrounded by all the snow in a winter paradise is bliss. It’s about a two-hour drive from Toronto to Collingwood making it the perfect weekend holiday. For the past couple of winters, we’ve driven up here to get away from the city and enjoy time together. Whether it’s…

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How to Spend Christmas in Toronto


Christmas in Toronto is a special time of year. There’s always a festive feeling in the city that is contagious and hard to resist. This year I decided to visit the Toronto Christmas Market to spread some holiday cheer. I had heard lots of great things about it so I put it to the test.

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Exploring Rockwood Conservation


Rockwood is now one of my favourite conservation areas in Ontario. It was SO magical! I felt like an enchanted fairy. We explored in November, luckily it was a bright sunny day that wasn’t too chilly. It was the perfect weekend place to visit as it wasn’t too big letting us explore the park to its extents. There wasn’t anyone at…

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Real Life Winter Cabin Goals


Do you ever just want to run away and build your own cabin in the forest or woods? Somewhere away from the chaos of city life- the drama, noise and people? I fantasize about building my own cabin tucked away surrounded solely by nature. It would have a limited connection to the outside world (except for the few necessities), serving…

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What’s Winter Like In: Canada


Once in your life you have to experience winter in Canada. This country majority of the time has a cold or severely cold winter climate, especially in the North. Winter is a normal part of the Canadian way of life as it typically snows from November to March. Since it lasts so long Canadians have come to adapt to the harsh temperatures…

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Top 10 Destinations in Southern Ontario


For the past couple of months I’ve been exploring destinations in Southern Ontario that have been on my bucket list for quite some time. While I lived here for most of my life I did not really explore too much of my local area until recently. This is sparked a change which really made me appreciate my surroundings and home…

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Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls


The Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls is on now until January 31st, 2017. This is a winter tradition that you do not want to miss! Niagara Falls turns into a winter wonderland, with over 2 million lights, fireworks, illuminations on the falls, and a grand display of lights all over the city. This was my first year attending…

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A Guide to: Niagara Falls


Niagara Falls is a beauty. It stands on the border of Canada and the United States with 3 distinct one of a kind falls. This masterpiece is everything you imagined in great falls: strong bustling water currents, clear blue coloured water and a big overhanging vertical drop. The combined falls form the highest flow rate of any waterfall in the…

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