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There are some royal wedding nuptials coming up, and we are obsessed! Are you? Prince Harry and American actress, Megan Markle are getting hitched May 19 and the countdown is on. Though most of us won’t be attending (lost our invite ahem …) , we can definitely get into the Royal spirit right here in…

Mother's Day

Mother’s Day is this Sunday (in case you’ve forgotten). Here is a roundup of some lovely things to do with your family (or alone …), and mostly involving food. Mother’s Day treats, brunches, teas and meaningful gifts (it’s never too late to drop a few hints). Whether you spend Mother’s Day with your kids, husband,…

Sometimes Mother’s Day is best spent with the family. Here are some lovely mom and me or family outings and events you can enjoy with the kids or the whole fam damily! We’ve got an eclectic list of possibilities from mom and me yoga to high tea at the beach! Well it is Vancouver after…

Yes it’s lovely to spend Mother’s Day with the family, but you know what’s even better? Yes, you guessed it, spending it without the kids (can you say “me time”?). We’ve gathered up some great outings you can take with friends, your own mom or by yourself. Think yoga and brunch, wine tasting, storytelling by…

Gerbera, daisies, hydrangeas, roses, orchids, lilies, sunflowers… the possibilities are endless. When you’re picking out a gift for the mom in your life for Mother’s Day, remember the beauty of a flower bouquet or arrangement will never go out of style. (And don’t forget, you can come home with flowers anytime. You don’t have to wait…

Mother’s Day isn’t really about gifts, but it never hurts to be on the receiving end of a bath bomb, personalized wine tumbler, or a cosy Tee. And if it means picking one of this local items for yourself, well so be it. Besides, you can feel good that you’re supporting a local business that…

Guest post by Hillary McBride, MA, RCC, PhD candidate Through the recent increase in media attention on sexual assault, there is a sense of urgency to draw attention to the way our society and culture shape our beliefs and behaviours, and those of our children. So, how do we raise feminist children, girls who know…

This is Noah, he has autism. You respond “that must be so hard”. I want to cry and tell you how hard it truly is. I want to tell you how alone I feel sometimes. I want you to know we need more support and how tired I am. My deepest fear that I am…

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