Totally by coincidence, in perfect timing with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, last Thursday I had my very first High Tea experience in Niagara on the Lake at the Prince of Wales hotel .
Rewind back to 2020, there was some point where we were allowed out of our houses and able to go out and (more…)
Since January joyful little packages have been mailed out to our monthly glamjulz subscribers.
The intention of each package is to put a smile on a woman’s face and offer words of positivity and hope in a time when we all need it. The focus, of course, is the beautiful julz inside the package but sending along a little something extra has also been well received.
As many of us have during the pandemic, I’ve been exploring different activities to spark some joy and really get the creative juices flowing.
As a kid growing up, I always loved the idea of changing my reality, maybe there were other worlds (more…)
Meet Paul Robinson, a 44 year old single Dad who lives in Fort Erie Ontario. Paul has two beautiful children, Grayson who is 10 and loves his puns and 8 year old Hadley who has the kindest heart that Paul has ever known.
Paul hoped that one day he would see his children get married and start lives of their own. Today he prays that he will make it to see them graduate.
In January 2017 Paul was diagnosed with a low grade brain tumor which was cancerous. He knew something was wrong one day on his way to work. He was in the far passing lane when he started to lose (more…)
In recent weeks I have felt like a social butterfly once again. For a while there I was a little freaked out that I had lost her all together. Eighteen months of keeping to myself in my little network that included (more…)
Are you grateful for the beautiful summer we just had? Maybe you’re feeling a little down because summer is over or perhaps you are excited for the fall season to begin.
You might be like me and feel like you’re being pulled in both directions.
For me this summer was about so much more than just warm weather and long sunny days. When the summer began I wasn’t feeling well at all. How ironic, I had gained 19 pounds since Covid started, I had hip pain that kept me awake at night. hot flashes that were anxiety inducing and my dog was dying.
I was overworked and experiencing some sort of burnout. I just wanted to lie in bed, (more…)
Oh my goodness everyone. It’s been a tough three months at our house. As you know, our sweet baby girl Boink was diagnosed with lymphoma in April and went to heaven to be with her Opa last week.
So many of you have been through this pain yourselves and the outpouring of condolences, beautiful poems and your own personal memories of our girl is something we will always treasure.
I learned so much about life from our perfect little baby dog.
She taught me to – (more…)
Right now my Instagram and Facebook is flooded with friends showing off their second vax Band-Aid! Some of them actually cried when they received the second shot. They were tears of relief as a clear vision of a brighter tomorrow came over them like a tidal wave.
My question to you is, are you ready for this?
There are certain new (more…)
Walking around the neighbourhood this month I’ve seen the most beautiful PRIDE flags on people’s lawns. I noticed new colours on them in the shape of an arrowhead. I had no clue what the new colours were about or why the flag had changed.
I decided to “Google” it of course and learned that this flag was created back in 2018. Why did I not know about this? Surprisingly enough, (more…)
Hi to all of my friends!
I asked my Mom if I could write this blog for her because it’s all about me!
A little while ago my Mommy and Daddy found out that I have something called Lymphoma. I’m twelve years old now so I decided (more…)
First of all! Happy Victoria Day everyone!
This warm weather has got me thinking about everything there is to look forward to! Swimming, bonfires, long walks, big bike rides and eating outside!
There’s only one problem with all of this.
I’ve been aching. My joints hurt, I get out of breath so fast and I have a belly that I’ve never had before.
I’ve got one word for you – MENOPAUSE !
Somehow I thought I could bypass it, like it (more…)