(Before you go, don’t forget to download the walking tour map & note our homeschooling talking points at the end of this post!) British Columbia is filled with incredible places that have endless history and we are so thankful to live close to many of them. Being able to travel around and explore this province is definitely a privilege and we love to plan as many educational family day trips
I’m super thankful for the incredible community I live in, and even more thankful that Global Pet Foods joined it not long ago! If you’ve been here for awhile you’ll know I’m pretty passionate about supporting local and I was instantly in love with Global Pet Foods from first stepping inside this store. Once upon a time, I was absolutely ridiculously extra and decided that the most logical thing to
Note: Smallprint Vancouver North is open for orders. Keep reading to find out how you can place an order in time for Mother’s Day! It’s been an interesting 2 1/2 weeks around here, as my family self-isolates and spends a record amount of time together inside our tiny house. It was so easy before getting wrapped up in the hustle and bustle of day-to-day activities. School, work, extracurricular activities, shopping,
It’s been a little crazy around our house over the past few months. Once Summer starts to creep up it’s usually pedal to the metal and everything ramps up at my day job as well as activities for A. We are always on the go, and I am always scrambling for just a few minutes of extra time. There are little things I try to do to save time, including
Shying away from disposable items in favour of reusable ones is always a good trend. Our schools are big on reusable water bottles and litter-less lunches, there’s a growing number of parents opting for cloth diapers, and thrift stores and online bidding sites are incredibly popular for buying second hand goods. All these small changes add up to a greater positive impact on the environment. It should come as no
If you’re anything like me, sometimes it just seems easier to toss your bottles and cans into the recycle bin outside your house and someone from the neighborhood inevitably collects them and returns them. While I love the little lady that comes around our neighborhood weekly to collect the bottles. I can’t help but be reminded of just how much money I am passing up by not returning them myself.