Dress Up Your Fall

October 22
No comments yet

As the temperatures cool down, I find myself wanting to stay home a little more, snuggle my dog and curl up in a blanket. This happens every year, as we say good bye to summer and my heart slowly breaks at the thought of waiting a full year to experience those scorching temperatures once more. In an attempt to pull myself out of the inevitable winter rut, I take full advantage of fall temperatures by finding the best fall fashion finds and wearing the shit out of them until it’s too cold to bear. Sometimes even then, I’ll just throw a layer on top (or underneath) and STILL rock some cute outfits.  My newest obsession: http://www.tobi.com/ca. 

Low Fat Vegan Butternut Squash Soup

Low Fat, 80/10/10
October 18
No comments yet

If there is one dish that gets me through the winter, its soup – specifically, butternut squash soup. I tend to hibernate during the winter. I’m not one for winter sports and when it feels so cold outside that my face burns, I really don’t like leaving my house. You can generally find me wrapped in a cozy blanket, working away on my laptop, with a mug or bowl of something hot by my side. Can you blame me?

Red, White and Blue Banana Pops

Memorial Day, Vegan, Gluten Free, Child-friendly
May 28
No comments yet

This Monday is Memorial Day, a day to remember those who served to protect the United States of America. Now, while I may be Canadian, I do spend quite a bit of time in the US, and have many friends and family there – so this holiday has quite a bit of significance for me as well. I know I’ll never truly understand its significance being Canadian, but I still love to honour our southern neighbours and those that fought for such a great country. My thoughts and prayers are with all of the families who have lost loved ones.

© 2017 The Vegan Jetsetter. All Rights Reserved.
Translate »