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Salted Caramel

October is finally here! Among the usual oversize-sweatered hands carrying PSLs and scrolling through caramel-coloured Pinterest boards, there is that all too familiar dressing woe; how does one prepare for morning’s Arctic temperatures, but also survive the afternoon’s blazing heat? Layering is definitely key, but I won’t lie to you; you’ll have to brave the brief morning chill in order… Read more »

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Shades of Grey

Baby it’s cold outside. Finally! I know I’m pretty hot and cold about Montreal weather, but I love a good excuse to start layering up in any and all shades of grey. Not just any old grey stuff though, but wool. From skirts to sweaters and tailored trench jackets, wool is the only way to… Read more »

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Inked 2.0

After a summer spent away from Montreal, it’s only fair to expect a few changes when I got back. Not only was it significantly warmer than the -30 degree weather I was used to in winter (blessssed), but some of my favourite murals had gone through some significant changes too. Tweety bird and multicoloured monster (am… Read more »

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Get Socialized

Ah, social media. Whether you crave it, despise it or are disablingly addicted to it, (and according to Odd Mom Out TA, Technology Addiction, is alive and well in the Upper East Side), you can’t escape it. I’ll be the first to admit that I spend a good amount of time on social media, but lately… Read more »

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Jardin Nelson

If ever there was a list of must-eat-here-now destinations, Jardin Nelson would be in my top 10, hands down. Located in the beautiful Old Port of Montreal, it is a seasonal, open-air terrace restaurant that only operates in the hot summer months, making it a highly in-demand place to be if you’re into relaxing with friends over… Read more »

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inked

No, not me. I’m talking about the city’s ink; those breathtakingly bright and larger-than-life murals that pop up all over downtown Montreal, some of which I admittedly missed while I was scouting them out the other day on my way to Old Port. At what point do graffiti and vandalism become art forms? I had this… Read more »