A couple weeks ago I went in for my first ever cycling class. Since then I’ve gone again. I feel like it isn’t just a place where you sit on a bike and petal. It’s a whole experience and because of that I thought I’d share it with you and how it became my new favourite form of self-care.
We’re all guilty of going on a trip and seeing it as a reason to slack off on the workouts and over indulging in everything we see because we’re on vacation. And that doesn’t always have to be a bad thing. I mean, if you’re in Italy for the first time, then you absolutely need to eat all of the pizza, pasta and gelato you can get your hands on. These tips are more for the people who need to stay on track to get to their goal or they’re about to go on a trip and just need to be reminded of all the things that will help them maintain a semblance of their routine.
I had the incredible experience of working as a Flight Attendant for a brief year and a half. I left the job because I moved down to California from Vancouver and there was no base where I moved to. It was a hard thing to do because even after all of the sleepless nights and sleepless flights, it was one of the best things I’ve ever done.
Lately I’ve been thinking back on flights I had worked on and looking at pictures from layovers. I’ve been thinking a lot about my whole time as an FA (flight attendant) and I decided to write a post on some of the things I’ve learned. Before getting the job, I had an idea about what the job would entail. But from my actual experience, I learned quite a bit from working up in the sky. Here are 7 things I learned while working as a flight attendant:
If you’re like me, going out for Valentine’s Day can seem like a lot of pressure. From getting ready, to going to the right restaurant and hoping their food and service don’t suffer from the hyped up holiday.
Or, you can just cozy up at home, make an awesome dinner, indulge in some strawberries dipped in chocolate and watch a movie on the couch. Because this to me sounds like the ideal situation for Valentine’s Day, I’m hoping it’s exactly what my Husband and I end up doing.
No matter who you spend Valentine’s Day with, make the most of it and just unwind with a glass of wine or a cocktail! Whether it’s your significant other, friend/s, or relative, coming up with a cocktail for Valentine’s Day can be a fun way to get the evening going!
Valentine’s Day or GALentine’s Day is just a few days away! Whether you’re celebrating it with your significant other, your girlfriends or on your own, I’ve come up with a gift guide!
Treat your girls, your mom or yourself! ❤️
So if you’re exchanging gifts this year or if you’re treating yourself (because we all deserve it), here’s my gift guide for her!
Since I love reading about other people’s monthly favourites, I thought I’d give it a go and share what I’ve been loving in January! These things have either been on repeat everyday or they’ve just been a big part of my month.
Below I mention Beauty Products, Perfume, Accessories, Music and a TV Series. Enjoy!
- Pure Nude Highlighter – Essence
- Bi Facil – Lancome
- Peony & Blush Suede – Jo Malone
- Minuit Mesh Watch – Cluse
- Dejate Llevar – Juan Magan, Belinda, Manuel Turizo, Snova, B-Case
- Game of Thrones – TV Series
- Don’t Stress Do Your Best Planner – Stradivarius
I realize that I’m 27 and only have 2.5 years until I’m 30. Not too sure how I feel about that so I’ve decided to revisit my 30 before 30 list. This list is pretty much a bucket list of all the things I want to do or at least plan to do before I turn the big 3-0.