The art of writing seems to be a dying craft as we continue to move further and further into a digital world of emails, text messages and the like. But I for one am a sucker for paper crafts and stationary. I love the smell of a new book when you first crack it open. And I especially enjoy a postcard or letter in the snail mail – way better than bills and always a nice surprise to open up. For someone who is constantly online, I still have a major jonesing View this Post
Calgary is home to a vibrant community of independent businesses. Many of the faces behind the local favourites and neighborhood hangouts tend to stay behind-the-scenes, but a new Calgary-oriented calendar is looking to bring these peeps front-and-center. The 2016 Shop Boys calendar features 12 local business owners to celebrate local independent shops throughout the community.
The calendar is the brainchild of co-founders Emily and Brett McDermott (of Our Daily Brett on 14 Street SW). “We’re really excited about Calgary and all the interesting, independent businesses that have been popping up in recent years,” says Emily. “Whenever we have a day View this Post
- October 13, 2015
As a blogger, I am often asked about what websites I like to read. In an online world with endless choices, I find that I use many resources to find useful tidbits, funny news and just plain ol’ cute baby animals. At this stage in my life as a young professional, I have a mix of career and lifestyle interests that I want to be able to use for both work and home. With that in mind, I do have a selection of websites that I rely on to get the news, tips and information I need to be successful View this Post
- September 29, 2015
Summer in Calgary is known as the hip and happening time of year. But with so much amazing stuff going on every weekend, the summer calendar has gotten jam-packed. Does that mean that the fun has to end after Labour Day? Heck no, the falling leaves and cooling temperatures just means even more amazing Calgary events to check out in September and October. Here’s my list of must-go to events this fall:Keep Reading »
- August 24, 2015
There’s a biking boom going on in Calgary and I am all for it. With the launch of the new downtown cycle track and tons of new and old riders hitting the road, it’s a great time to join the cycling fun. For me, I enjoy riding my bike for fun on the weekends and getting some exercise on my commute to work. But fashion and function is an important part of my bike ride too – it doesn’t do to show up at your destination tired out and sweaty as all hell. Cycling for women View this Post
- August 17, 2015
I love to explore the Alberta wilderness but I am not the strongest of hikers. When an easy or intermediate hike comes along, I jump at the chance to take part because it suits my physical strengths the best. Boom Lake in Banff National Park was just that hike as my family and I took to this trail on a beautiful summer day last year.
This is a great hike to take when in a group of people with varying hiking skills. The trailhead is located off highway 93 with parking access View this Post
- August 11, 2015
About Irene Seto
They say that good things come in small packages and Irene is no exception. Small in size, big on laughs.
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