5 tips for road tripping with kids

5 tips for road tripping with kids

Disclaimer: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CanadianTire, #QuakerState #CollectiveBias Road tripping with kids is a touch different than road tripping sans kids. I have fond memories of my parents loading my brother and I into the back of my dad’s Buick Grand National each summer bound for the Okanagan. … [Read more...]

10 Family Friendly ways to save at the Fair at the PNE!

10 Family Friendly ways to save at the Fair at the PNE

Growing up in North Vancouver, the rides at the PNE were always a natural part of the skyline looking into Vancouver. It was a family tradition, likely until my teenage years when it was no longer cool to be seen in public with my parents, to attend the Fair each year. My Dad and I often rode the rides together while my mom browsed the Expo and the PNE coveted prize home. And … [Read more...]

{RECIPE} NESQUIK Chocolate Mousse

NESQUIK Chocolate Mousse

About once a month, I have a nearly insatiable craving for chocolate. Rich, dark, creamy, smooth chocolate. Wanting something a little more smooth and decadent, without all the fuss, this NESQUIK Chocolate Mousse was born. Stir things up with four simple ingredients, and just 3o minutes of prep time, my once a month craving quickly turned into a weekly habit! Watch the video … [Read more...]

{RECIPE} NESQUIK Puffed Wheat Squares

Nesquik puffed wheat squares

Can you remember the very first baked good you made as a child? Was it a cake? Cupcakes? Brownies? Mine was Rice Krispy squares, my mom's favourite because it didn't actually involve any baking but produced the same sweet, crowd pleasing end result that turning on the oven did. Today, my favourite tasty treat to make with my kids are NESQUIK Puffed Wheat Squares. A kin to the … [Read more...]

3 tips to make car buying easy

3 tips to make car buying easy

Disclosure: Sponsored post. Until the birth of my first child, I was never much of a car person. Never picky on colour, make or model (although my father is a staunch Chevy supporter, so that brand loyalty was somewhat bred into me), so long as it started up and got me from A to B, I was happy. Adding a tiny passenger to the back seat changed the way I looked at vehicles. … [Read more...]