Eco friendly laundry ft. Tru Earth

Eco friendly laundry soap

As a busy family of five, we accumulate a LOT of laundry. For many years I've made my own eco friendly laundry soap in an effort to cut down on the monthly expense, and while I love the cost savings of homemade laundry detergent, I definitely don't love the 30 bottles that sit on the laundry room floor at any given time. I recently discovered Tru Earth Eco-Friendly Laundry … [Read more...]

3 reasons you NEED a house cleaner

3 reasons you NEED a house cleaner

Do you get excited about cleaning your house? Ya-no...Me neither. In fact, for me, cleaning is HARD – read: intimidating, anxiety inducing, overwhelming, feels like I'm tackling the world, hard. Once you're done laughing at how ridiculous that sounds, hear me out. REAL TALK: I've always been a messy person, clutter messy as opposed to dirty messy, but messy nonetheless. That … [Read more...]

5 Gifts ideas for the impossible to shop for on your holiday list

5 Gift Ideas for the impossible to shop for on your holiday list

It's not a question of if you have an impossible to shop for person on your holiday list, but rather how many! We all have that Great Aunt who we see just once a year, and really know little about other than that she loves her cats, or the "Oh, I don't know... I don't need anything!" person. Or the shopaholic who has a habit of purchasing anything you may have even considered a … [Read more...]

[GIVEAWAY] Satellite Girl and Milk Cow, now available on Blu-Ray and DVD

Satellite Girl and Milk Cow

If you're into anime, you're going to love Satellite Girl and Milk Cow, a charming fantasy/science fiction romance that follows an out of commission satellite that picks up a lovelorn ballad on her radio antenna and descends to Earth to find the source. This debut feature-length film from Korean director Chang Hyung-yun has received an Asia Pacific Screen Award nomination for … [Read more...]

[GIVEAWAY] Take Transit Home with

TransLink Store Mug

Public transit has a special place in my heart. As an elementary school student I would grab the three shiny quarters my mom left on the counter for me each day and catch the bus to school. It was a short trip down Lynne Valley Road from my house to my school, but it was the beginning of my foray into independence. Public transit in Metro Vancouver consists of the bus, … [Read more...]