Those who have followed my last few posts would have joined me on my impromptu 4-day self-care retreat in Toronto. Day 1 - Indulge Day 2 - Move Day 3 - Relax Day 4 - Accomplish For those who prefer the TL;DR version, here is it. You, too, can plan your own self-care retreat either… Continue reading 7-Step Guide to Planning Your Own Self-Care Retreat
Featured image: Tea, carrot loaf and chia pudding @ Page One Coffee Note: this is part of a 4-part series. Links below for Days 1-3: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Morning person As a morning person, I tend to wake up 2-3 hours before Aaron (the night owl). On days I don't have to… Continue reading 4-Day Self-Care Retreat in Toronto, Canada: Day 4 – Accomplish
Featured image: Khao Soi Beef @ Little Khao - Assembly Chef's Hall Note: this is part of a 4-part series. Links below for Days 1 and 2. Day 1 Day 2 Confession I did check my work inbox this morning. I understand this is not the most wellness-inducing activity but there are parts of my… Continue reading 4-Day Self-Care Retreat in Toronto, Canada: Day 3 – Relax
Featured image: Toronto sign outside the city hall. Note: this is part of a 4-part series. Click here to catch up on day 1. Coffee + reading: one of my favourite pastimes My morning started off with strolling over to Dineen Coffee for some breakfast. This was rated as the #1 place for espresso in… Continue reading 4-Day Self-Care Retreat in Toronto, Canada: Day 2 – Move
Check out day 1 of my 4 day self-care retreat in Toronto, Canada. Join me on my wellness, self-care, food and fun adventures. Day 1's theme is "indulge". Guess what I indulged in? Don't forget to check back for Day 2-4!
Update: This restaurant has permanently closed. The other night, we had a girls’ night to catch up over dinner. Even before we started dinner, we were planning for dessert. As you may or may not know by now, I don’t have much of a sweet tooth so it really says something about this dessert place.… Continue reading Asian Dessert
We wanted to grab something quickly for a late lunch the other day and we had to be in Chinatown to pick up something anyway, so we decided to go the Ginza Ramen. This quaint little place is a very simple restaurant located at the west end of Chinatown (or China Street…because it is literally… Continue reading Simplicity