Award-winning writer with focus on personal finance, travel and lifestyle topics. Content marketing writer/project editor for top tier brands (Philips, TDBank, Indigo)
Truly one of the great boutique hotels, we can only hope for a reprise closer to home.
MoneySense - Canada's personal finance magazine
I wrote about the Irish National Stud (and no, not talking about Colin Farrell ;)
Boomers are steering river ships to more active itineraries.
I wrote about speakeasies, for CHIC, the in-room magazine of the Germain Hotel Group.
It was the Romans who first named southwest Germany’s Black Forest—they called it Silva Negra—a place where the trees grew so densely no light could penetrate through.
I was project editor for a Philips sponsored content project for The Globe & Mail.
In the English Market in Cork, Ireland I discovered a rare treat.
Nature rules in Iceland: The small northern country is home to spouting geysers, lagoons filled with icebergs, waterfalls that spill down from towering cliffs and black moors patched with icy ponds.
I had wanted to see the Granite State ever since, as a nerdy third grader, I memorized all of the state capitals, (it's Concord by the way).
A scorching hot real estate market isn’t for the faint of heart. It takes nerves of steel to bid on a home, cross your fingers, wait for phone calls, drink too much coffee/wine/whiskey, only to find out (usually late at night), that you’ve been outbid. Instead of feeling cheated, remember there are always more properties coming onto the market every day. Promise yourself to take full advantage of the next open house by asking the listing agent these 20 questions:
Think of a Mexican state that has all the attractions dear to a tourist's heart: white sand beaches, colonial architecture, unspoiled ecological areas and awe-inspiring Mayan ruins. Then imagine that despite all that, only a few hundred Canadians managed to visit there last year.