Just because it’s a functional item that gets daily use doesn’t mean it has to look utilitarian. I spend a lot of time in the kitchen, so I pretty up my sink area because it makes me happy. It’s pretty simple. Between filling up the soap dispenser and gathering/arranging foliage I find on walk

It’s been a wild several weeks. Life’s good–and music tends to follow the river it travels down. So enjoy the songs that have been stuck in my head over the last month: PS: What platform is more helpful for you guys to listen on? I use Apple Music exclusively, but if there’s some Spotify

Life’s been stressful lately. Between filming and packing, I’ve been in a bit of a mental frenzy making sure I’m doing everything I need to to make the move easy. Other than slivers of downtime here and there, music is one of the only things that makes any given hour better. Whether I’m

As a kid, my understanding of air was that it came from trees and that we needed it to breathe. To go outside was to get fresh air, and the scientific makeup was N2, C2 and some other letters and numbers. Flash-forward to being an adult and our increasingly poor air quality is a common […]

It’s September 24th–just two days into fall–and it seems Mother Nature knows her calendar well. I was sweating in shorts and a tank just a week ago, and now I’m reaching for another layer under my chunky knits. But with a seasons shift comes new vibes, new changes, and a new playlist. PS

I first fell in love with the west in Jasper, Alberta when I called its Canadian Rockies home for the better part of a year. For a few summers throughout my college years, my sisters and I would fly to Edmonton, take the bus from Edmonton to Jasper, Alberta, and park there working for the […]

We’re halfway through June already (how!?), so feast your ears on 1 hour and 26 minutes of new music. UMI, Leon Bridges, Tobi Lou, Satica, Broods, Fyfe, Damien Jurado, Maggie Rogers and more. Here’s a link to the Apple Music playlist or listen below on Spotify:

It’s already that time, folks. Time for a new playlist, made for May. And what better day to share than the week of the new Childish Gambino song that everyone’s obsessed with. Of course, it’s track numero uno. Enjoy!

Chiang Mai definitely stole a little piece of my heart. I spent February and March of 2017 in Thailand where I travelled solo to experience the country and partake in a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training. A week before my 6-week course was to begin, I flew into Bangkok to kick-start my journey leisurely with a [&he

I’m baa-aaaack! I’m a few weeks into being home from Thailand and the jet lag (that I was convinced I had skirted, but definitely didn’t) has worn off and I feel like a contributing member of society again. Work is beginning to heat up again and life has been really, really good. A lot ha

How do you improve the look of a space you’re inevitably going to remodel (without wasting money, effort or time)? Let me tell ya! I updated my bathroom TWICE before I saved enough to go full tilt. I chatted about the process (and what-to-do and not-to-do) with CBC Life — check out the interview here.

It’s the first of February, so you deserve some new track. Featuring Jessie Reyez, James Blake, Talib, TAPZ, James Vincent McMorrow, R I T U A L and more. Listen on Apple Music or Spotify below:

This morning was on Cityline, taking you through four cool headboard alternatives, starting at $5! If you missed it, you can watch the segment online here and scroll on for my tips/links: 1. Shallow Cabinets Especially if you’re small-space living, consider installing shallow cabinets above your bed to ad

It’s 2018 and your ears deserve some new music. Look no further, friends. I really hope you guys enjoy this one–’cause I really do, times ten. [To my Apple music pals, click here.]