Firstly, Happy New Year to you all, I hope 2017 is full of love and happiness for you all.

Now that the holidays are over and we have all transitioned from 2016 to 2017, it's time to look back. Often this time of year is filled with resolutions and plans for the upcoming year, but I always find it helpful to take a few moments to reflect on what the past year has offered. Every year that passes I find that it was somehow quicker than the one before, whether that is age playing it's sinister game, or that my life is getting busier, I'm not sure, but every January I find it more and more important that I allow some...

Over the past three months Moto asked me to try out the new Moto Z and all of its Moto Mods - some of you may have seen updates on my social media feeds. Now that I have given it a fair trial, I wanted to share some of my thoughts.

This time of year is subject to a whole host of Christmas markets across the country. We try our best to get out to at least one market every year, they are great places to takes the kids and they really get the Christmas spirit flowing. But which market is the best? Instead of me telling you guys about the best Christmas markets in Canada, I thought it would be great to get your thoughts on the best markets out there.

With the holiday season well under way, I am sure many of you are still trying to get inspiration for gift ideas, I know I am! It is very easy to look to various websites and stores when shopping for gifts, but I do try to get some gifts that are unique and come from a Canadian based business. So in my search for something different for those people I like to try and surprise at Christmas time, I found a few things that I wanted to share (and one thing that I am quite familiar with!!).

The cool fall breeze filters its way down King Street West in Dundas, Ontario, but Detour Cafe withstands the chill and also the volumes of people hustling to get inside for a welcomed relief from the weather and a locally brewed coffee. The ivy clings to the heritage building in which the cafe dwellers hold on to their warm beverages. When inside the cold air is defeated by the warm scent of coffee brewing and pastries baking, it's a welcome reprieve!

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