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Decluttering Your Closet For Spring

This self-isolation is hard stuff and I’m already dreaming of the things to buy on my spring wish lists. But given our current state, pour yourself a glass of wine, and have some boxes on hand. We’ve got some tips for de-cluttering your closet. Because how else are we going to make room for what’s…

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International Women’s Day

The first Women’s Day was held in New York City in 1909. The following year, somewhat inspired by the previous year’s event, it was proposed at the International Socialist Women’s Conference in Denmark that an annual Women’s Day be established to demand and promote women’s rights and suffrage. Fast forward to today, International Women’s Day…

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Women’s Day Inspiration: Diamond Isinger

Women’s Day Interview with Diamond Isinger, Provincial Commissioner of Girl Guides of Canada – Diamond is a strong advocate for volunteering and getting involved in the community. Guiding has helped her develop skills to thrive in all aspects of her personal and professional life, and she continues to share this with girls of all ages…

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Women’s Day Inspiration: Daisy Wu

Women’s Day Interview with Daisy Wu, owner of La Maison Valmont Vancouver – Daisy’s ability to make women feel beautiful, not just on the outside, but inside too, has allowed her to be a force in the industry for over 35 years. Her knowledge and leadership at La Maison Valmont Vancouver allow her to give…

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Women’s Day Inspiration: Chan Hon Goh

Women’s Day Interview with Chan Hon Goh, Director: Goh Ballet Academy & Youth Company Canada, Artistic Director: Global Dance Challenge, Prima Ballerina: National Ballet of Canada (1988 – 2009) – From a very young age, Chan’s dream to be a ballerina was unstoppable. A gifted classicist, Chan has performed all around the world and has been recognized…

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My Picks From New York Fashion Week

With New York Fashion Week being one of the Big 4 fashion weeks, it goes without saying that it is one of the most anticipated events of the industry. It is meticulously reported, and eyes aren’t only focused on the runway, but on everyone in attendance as well. Couple that with it being the Fall…

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Vitamins and Supplements to Boost Your Immune System

With cold weather comes cold season. All of the sneezing, coughing, and aching is enough to send you searching for ways to boost your immune system. Various products are marketed to improve immunity, but not all of them work. To better understand these products, I talked to Dr. Amy Smith-Morris, a pharmacist, about what supplements…

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Gifts They’ll Love

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, this is the perfect time to start thinking about how to make your significant other feel extra special. Named after Saint Valentine, this day has become a celebration of romantic love across many different countries and cultures. Some common Valentine’s Day traditions include treating your partner to a…

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Chinese Zodiacs in the Year of the Rat (Part II)

GOAT – Eighth in the order of the Chinese zodiac animals Goats should expect 2020 to be more dramatic than in 2019. In the second half, Goats may face some serious problems that can last a while. These obstacles will require strong persistence and commitment from them. LOVE Single Goats can still expect to meet…

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Luxury Gift With Purchase – Swarovski Lucky Cat

Ring in the Year of the Rat with good luck and good fortune! Starting January 31, shoppers can purchase $688 in Oakridge gift cards at the Concierge desk and receive a SWAROVSKI Lucky Cat ornament for free (valued at $100). Gift cards can be purchased at the Concierge Desk in denominations of $20 – $500….

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