For the first time in Vancouver, and in history, special guests were taken away in the “most unusual quest” outside the Vancouver Art Gallery in Downtown Vancouver with Hendrick’s Gin. Looking back on the A.W.E.V.A.N.A.I.R. photos afloat in Montreal, I was excited when this 65-foot wonder made its way to Vancouver during the inaugural Honda Celebration of Light weekend in August. Lucky recipients of the … Continue reading Soaring in Downtown Vancouver with Hendrick’s Gin A.W.E.V.A.N.A.I.R.
Looking for an alternative gift to the traditional watch and card for your retiring coworker? Here are 12 ideas of handmade and customizable gifts from Etsy to bring a smile to your deserving colleague. Retirement Party Sash You can personalize the sash by choosing your font, message, and colors. There can be up to 30 characters on the sash. Buy it at Etsy Customized School … Continue reading 12 Personalized Gift Ideas for your Retiring Coworker
It’s been a few crazy weeks here in the Pacific Northwest. Though we thought we were about to head into warmer spring-like weather, we had a few days of snow, snow and more snow. To make it more of a challenge, try adding coordination of moving departments into a new building and new areas. While figuring out what items to bring over to my new … Continue reading DIY – How to Upcycle Desktop Calendars into Greeting Cards
Got a lot of leftover packing tissues from gifts during the holidays? Or from all the online shopping you did recently? Or maybe while “shopping off-line”, i.e., in-store and came across disposable paper toilet seat covers during your potty breaks in between? Move these papers from your trash and into your make-up bag by turning them into facial oil blotting papers. What you will need … Continue reading DIY Facial Oil Blotting Papers in 3 Steps
Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, I always felt I needed to go against the flow with the hobbies I chose. As a young adult, I would always whine about how my favourite musical acts and traveling shows would skip our “small-town” of Vancouver in the 90s. Meeting visitors and residents and teaching international students throughout the recent years, I have learned to appreciate the … Continue reading Group Summer Hiking Tips for Beginners