Setting Resolutions As I mentioned in my earlier post, my grandmother sadly passed away last week after a long wonderful life. We had a lot of family time together to reflect on her values, accomplishments, and memories. It got me reflecting on how I want to live my life and and what I want to be known for among my family and friends. I am a true believer that everyone has room for improvement and…

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Cottage Canoeing WHERE DID THE WEEKEND GO?! We just got back from the¬†cottage and are sitting on the couch crashing from a busy weekend. For those who don’t know, my grandma passed away last week and¬†needless to stay we were pretty exhausted the past few days. We had a really warm day on Saturday and decided to pop out in the canoe for the first ride of the year. I was brainstorming possible canoe/camping trips…

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So you’re thinking about Sandbanks Provincial Park?! We have lived in Ontario our entire lives and only stumbled across Sandbanks within the last few years. We had always heard our friends raving about the park but couldn’t really imagine a sandy ocean-like beach in the middle of Canada. However, once we moved closer we decided to pay a visit and were completely blown away. If you are um-ming and ah-hing, Sandbanks is absolutely stunning and…

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I want to start this post by saying a huge THANK YOU to everyone who visited my blog yesterday when I launched it to the world! My blog definitely needs some TLC but the support was overwhelming. This whole journey will be a fluid process and I imagine this blog will look a lot different within a years time. Yesterday, we decided to head out to Lemoine Point for a quick sunset walk. We had…

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Where to Stay? As you can imagine, Mont Tremblant accommodation can be pretty pricing depending on the time of the year. We headed up in January to get good snow conditions but hopefully miss the school children. We looked at all of the beautiful hotels in Mont Tremblant Village but ultimately ended up booking a beautiful AirBNB on the north side of the mountain. Initially, we were worried that it would be difficult to access…

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