This past weekend I finally took my first trip to Niagara Falls (that I can remember at least) thanks to my amazing parents. They gave me the trip as a graduation present so Jake, my Mom, my Dad and I packed our bags, met at a car pool and were on our way to The Falls.
Christmas is practically the official season of DIY. There are so many possibilities for gifts, decorations and food. Today, I will show you how I made my homemade advent calendar.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas,
Toys in every store,
But the prettiest sight to see is the holly that will be
On your own front door.
Isn’t Christmas just the most wonderful time of year? I know it is only November, but Christmas lovers like myself decorate as early as November 1st! But Christmas decorating can get expensive, especially when it is your first Christmas in your own place, so you will need some tips to keep this holiday jolly!
Although I have only been living in the Kitchener-Waterloo area for just over one month, I recently had the opportunity to be the expert on the area when touring around with my friend from back home, Melissa.
Lately, I have been trying my hand at being self employed. Although I am still working at Reid’s Dairy, I am also trying to get into the Public Relations Field as I wait for graduation and while I put feelers out at companies, I am doing some independent work. One of my independent jobs, is for Bay of Quinte Tourism’s upcoming Antiques Trail. So today, I was getting paid to shop for antiques.
You have probably heard it before, whether you were talking about a big company, a small company, entrepreneurs or cattle (the last one may be true, but does not apply here): branding is key. But what is branding exactly and why is it important?
After 14 weeks of placement and two jobs, I was ready for a much needed vacation. So my sister, Jake and I packed our bags and headed to Ottawa.
Where would a girl be without her best friend? The Rachel to my Monica, the Meredith to my Cristina, the Wayne to my Garth, the Bert to my Ernie. Amy Stather has been their for me through think and thin, like all best friends should. But we weren’t always this close.
Well, that’s a wrap. Today officially marks the end of my 14 week internship with Bay of Quinte Tourism. It has been a long, fun journey and I cannot believe that it is already over.
It is no secret that Jake loves his beer and subsequently, I have found a love for the beverage myself. So where do you take a devoted beer lover? Well, to Toronto’s Festival of Beer of course!