If you’re following me on Instagram (if you’re not, you can follow me here!) you would know I’ve been going to Orange Theory since around February. I’ve been wanting to get on here and let you guys know about my experience but I wanted to make sure that I had been going long enough to do an honest review! Well, over 50 classes later I think it’s safe to say I am fully addicted… let me tell you why!
Small town boutique, big city style- that’s what comes to mind when I think of Jenny Joans. I’ve been following and shopping at Jenny Jones for years now. My first visit was many years ago when I went to go visit a friend of mine who lives in Estevan. I still remember the wallet/purse thing that I bought and used for years. I’m not going to lie it still feels a little surreal working with shops that I used to shop at…#joblove
Well, it’s starting… the unsettling feeling of not going back to my classroom in a few weeks. I know what you’re thinking “just take it all in” or “girl, ENJOY!” trust me I’ve heard it all and don’t worry, I am…but I’m also very anxious. I’m not taking a leave from teaching because I don’t like it anymore or I need a break, but instead because I have opportunities calling elsewhere. How am I so lucky to have found two careers I am so passionate about?! Well, the good news is I have the flexibility to incorporate as much teacher content as I want into my blog and it’s already starting…
You guys know I love supporting Canadian boutiques and brands, so when I discovered Sense of Independence, a boutique and online store out of Toronto, I was so excited! They carry a wide range of brands and styles that have me written all over them. From cozy AF loungewear to stunning pieces for work, they do a great job of curating unique, quality pieces!