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10 Jun

Four fun, productive ways to pass the time at home

None of us expected that we’d still be self-isolating into June, but here we are—about to enter the summer season while still stuck inside our homes. Aside from binging on Netflix and scrolling through endless animal memes, there are plenty of things we could be doing when we’re not homeschooling the kids or working at […]

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22 Apr

Re-planning your spring or summer wedding

In difficult times like these, when the world is coping with an unprecedented health crisis, it’s hard to imagine a day when lost freedoms are returned and momentous gatherings of family and friends aren’t just “permitted” but celebrated with full hearts. The spring of 2020 has delivered hardships for the best of us. From business […]

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17 Apr

Sarah and Ross’ Darling Wedding at the Glenerin Inn & Spa

If you’re looking for a wedding filled with darling details and romantic rustic elements, look no further than Sarah and Ross’ big day. The couple enjoy spending time outdoors, including hiking with their dog Mister or going to the cottage. As a result, they wanted their love of nature and clean, classic elegance to be […]

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19 Mar

The “dos and don’ts” of social distancing

A lot can happen in a single week. But the abrupt changes we’ve seen since the lead-up to March Break, urging “social distancing” as schools, daycares, sporting events and many borders shut down, is best described as something out of an apocalyptic movie. This of course is for very good reason. Communities around the world […]

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10 Mar

Afternoon tea: a short history of a timeless tradition

Afternoon tea might be considered the quintessential English custom, but the history of tea dates back to ancient China, roughly 5,000 years ago. Legend has it that Emperor Shen Nung discovered tea in 2732 B.C. when a few leaves from an overhead tree fell into his pot of boiling water. Intrigued by the resulting scent, […]

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20 Feb

Tap into the magic of a March staycation

With winter winding down and thoughts of spring break drawing us out of hibernation, March is a month with a lot to offer. That said, not everyone will be jet-setting off to some sunny, exotic locale—which is why the term “staycation” first emerged in the mid-2000s. It means engaging in new and exciting activities at […]

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