Being pregnant can completely throw you off in so many ways. If dressing yourself wasn’t hard enough before, it’s a completely different ball game when you become pregnant. Body parts are bigger, some stay the same and that style you had down pat might not work anymore. I thought it would be fun to create a series of maternity style tips for different occasions we may find ourselves in. This first part of the series will look into maternity wear while on vacation to a sunny destination or simply during the summer months.
Hey guys! Don’t worry I’m still alive and kicking it. I know I’ve been MIA for the past two months, but I am back and you can all look forward to more posts from The Loki Life. The next few posts will be a bit of back tracking as I did go on a few adventures this summer that I would like to share with you all. This post is about the trip we took to the Toronto Ripley’s Aquarium and all the cool things you can expect to see when you go. We took the in laws there for Father’s Day back in June.
What would you do if you had a spare hour to yourself? An hour to just relax and not have to think about anything at all? I don’t know about you but I would most def be treating myself to a relaxing DIY bath. Let me show you how I do it. It’s real simple and anybody can (with a bathtub) can enjoy.
My day job is a typical Monday to Friday 8-5 office job. I work in a small office with a business casual dress code. I thought it’d be a great idea to show you a few outfits that would be appropriate yet stylish for work during the hot summer months.
We recently attended a friend’s wedding at The Boiler House in the Toronto Distillery District. It was our first and only wedding this year. It was also our first time attending a wedding in the distillery district.
It’s been years since I went to the ROM. I used to go every year in high school for Latin class (yes I took Latin for three years of high school). I loved everything to do with ancient civilizations, world history, archaeology and anthropology. I still love it!
Once a year for just a few days, Toronto’s High Park plays host to a beautiful scene of cherry blossoms in full bloom. This year we decided to take the pilgrimage for the first time to see these beauties in person.