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I’m Pregnant!!

I honestly can hardly believe that I’m writing this.  It’s been almost 1 year since I was induced into labour and gave birth to my baby girl. Saying goodbye to her, and to my dreams of raising a little girl was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do.  If […]

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5 Creative Autumn Date Night Ideas

Is it just me, or do you get significantly more lazy in the fall? I live in Vancouver, or what some people call Raincouver, and it gets hard to find creative ways to have fun with Dallas when all I want to do is cozy up in bed, watch Netflix and […]

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Kickin’ Sugar

Oh sugar, the bane of our existence. Why is it that something that tastes so darn good can be so bad! I remember being 12 years old, and biking to 7’11 almost everyday in the summer for a slurpee and 5 cent candies with my brother.  Over the years, sugar […]

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Cheers to Four and Many More

People always ask about my love story.  I wish I could romanticize it like the movies, take you through a journey of our love and the initial tension and hardships we had to go through to finally be together- but the truth is, Dallas and I met at the gym, […]

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5 Ways To Prepare For Summer

Is it just me, or does it feel like the winter has lasted an unusually long time? Summer is my jam; it is when I come alive. I work my butt off during the fall and winter so I can relax and have a more flexible summer.  Being a Vancouver […]

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Explore Portland

I live for road trips and adventure. Maybe it’s the Vancouver girl in me- being raised beside the mountains and the ocean, I always feel like adventure is calling my name. When I was in University, my summers were filled with road trips. I think my parents thought I was […]

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The Story of My Baby Girl

I was waiting in line for the washroom, right before my yoga class was about to start. There were two women in line with me making small talk.  The woman in front of me mentioned that she was 4 weeks postpartum.  Without thinking, my mouth opened and I blurted out, […]