You already know I’m a big fan of vintage and thrift shopping. 90% of my wardrobe is second hand clothing, with the exception of a few special pieces. Still, since leaving my office job when I moved to the US, I realized I no longer had a need for the formal and professional clothing that I used to need for running workshops and hosting meetings.
Usually I would just sack up my clothes and donate them — which I still did with a majority of the spoils of my spring cleaning — but I was also intrigued with the idea of making back a bit of cash on some of my nice and rarely-worn pieces. So, I requested a free clean-out kit from ThredUP and got to work. Read More »
Soft Surroundings‘ mission is to make it fun and effortless to treat yourself the way you should be treated. Their mantra is that when you feel good, your friends, family, and community do too. And you know what? I couldn’t agree more.Read More »
**Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Fujifilm who generously provided me with X-A3 camera to facilitate capturing why I love Halifax. The opinions, pictures, hopes, and dreams shared in this post are my own.**
When I was back home in Halifax for BlogJam last month, I stayed with friends who just happened to live one street away from where I had – so it really felt like I was home!
While I spent most of the time running around, filling Jam Bags and boxing up prize packs like the Instax Mini 9, provided by our generous sponsor, Fujifilm, I also made sure to take a few moments to look around and absorb some of my favourite Halifax vistas, like the iconic “candy cane” smokestacks.
The North End was more than just my home and favourite neighbourhood but, and I may be biased, it also features some of the coolest examples of public art in Halifax. In particular, the murals at Mulgrave Park are just incredible.
I was able to capture two of my favourites at dusk on my final night in town before heading back to Baltimore.
That night, as I packed up my suitcase and enjoyed some final moments of the trip with my dearest friends, we noticed some strange light in the sky over the Halifax harbour.
Upon inspection we saw that someone had released a cloud of paper lanterns into the sky.
Watching the twinkling lights dance across the night horizon was pure magic and another reason that I love this town.