Hello Darlings, Nothing gets our pulse racing and heart beating like cheering on our favourite team. Now an entire country coming together to support our athletes at the Olympics, that’s national pride. With Rio 2016 taking place it left me reminiscing of my trip to Montreal back in July. Over the weekend of July 8th, I was invited to celebrate one of my favourite sports — tennis. With Rogers Cup set to take place the following week, National Bank was celebrating 10 years of supporting  tennis in Canada. A worthy occasion for an epic celebration!

That is not to say that I do not love other sports, I’m a big fan of baseball and hockey but as far as tennis goes it is for different reason. Tennis is the only spectator sports where female players have attained the same level of respect and success as men.

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Hello Darlings, It is said that beauty is in the eye of beholder. I think it is all within an attitude. As Sophie Lauren famously said, “beauty is how you feel inside, and it reflects in your eyes. It is not something physical.” A statement that cannot be anymore true and one that is often times lost within our beauty ideals.

Marta Tryshak for The Estee Edit, Lou Lou Magazine

 Today in the world of beauty trends that define what is beautiful and attractive, it is easy to lose your identity. No point in time have women faced as much emphasis on physical appearance as they do today. This is why beauty is an attitude. It is a woman’s attitude toward herself and her appearance that defines her beauty. Beauty is an attitude that you have towards yourself.

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Hello Darlings, It is not often that I talk about my family or close friends. However with Father’s Day just few days away and my dad celebrating a milestone birthday it got me thinking of the importance of father – daughter relationships. To say that my father is the greatest man in my life would be an understatement, and I am sure many would say the same about theirs. In my case, I am as much of a father’s daughter as I am my mother’s.


Growing up as an only child, I’ve formed equally as close relationships to both of my parents. Growing up a girly girl with an inner tomboy is definitely thanks to their influence. Those who are familiar with writing or my social channels have seen my mom and our adventures but on another hand not so much of my dad. Perhaps due to his private and somewhat shy nature or his complete denial of having any presence on my social media, it is one of the closest relationships in my life that I have never publicly share.

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