Japan in Photos – Tsukiji Fish Market & Hamarikyu Gardens

Japan in Photos – Tsukiji Fish Market & Hamarikyu Gardens

I got back from Japan two days ago, and am still living in a bubble of disbelief. Japan is by far one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever travelled to, with temples, shrines, greenery, and modern landscapes all within a tightly enclosed city.  Continue reading “Japan in Photos – Tsukiji Fish Market & Hamarikyu Gardens”

May Summer Faves

May Summer Faves

It’s June, which means that Calgary has finally reached the stage where we’re no longer afraid a snowstorm is going to rip through our streets. To celebrate that Calgary is tuning in with the rest of the world and actually having warm weather, this May Favourites post is going to centre around favourites I think are perfect for our Canadian two-month summer (the truth hurts when you realize we only get around 2 months of truly warm weather). Continue reading “May Summer Faves”

Shopping Haul: Indigo Books vs. Three Gift Cards

Shopping Haul: Indigo Books vs. Three Gift Cards

I live in Canada, which means that instead of Barnes & Nobles, we have Indigo/Coles/Chapters book stores which are all owned by the same company. Lately, they’ve been converting all stores to Indigo, meaning that a lot of merchandise is beginning to focus on home and lifestyle products, like candles, Matt & Nat handbags, alphabet lightboxes, and the like. Continue reading “Shopping Haul: Indigo Books vs. Three Gift Cards”

Blogging Photography Tips & Tricks

Blogging Photography Tips & Tricks

Although I’m new to blogging and photography, I’ve picked up a few tips and tricks. I still have a long ways to go with my blog photography, and I’m envious of anyone who can pull together a gorgeous flatlay or snap a good food photo in one go. But photography is a slow and steady learning process, and I’ve finally gotten to the point where I have a few tips of my own to share. Continue reading “Blogging Photography Tips & Tricks”