My Ulcerative Colitis Journey

Hi friends,

This post is very important to me, and I’d love you all to watch.

 

https://crohnsandcolitiscanada.akaraisin.com/GutsyWalk2018/

Xo,

D

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My First Time Using a Curling Wand!

Hi all,

I decided to do something a little different, and wanted to show you all my very first ever experience using a curling wand!

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SALE ALERT – Sephora

I fell in love with this product over the weekend, only to find out it’s on sale at Sephora right now!!

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Sephora Reward Reveal

Happy Friday fellow Sephora addicts!

I was FINALLY able to get my hands on one of the better rewards that Sephora offers! These are loaded to the site every Tuesday and Thursday at noon and usually are claimed within a second! Needless to say, I was so excited when I managed to snag 1 of 30 of these!!! Save those points – It’s worth it when you finally get lucky! Watch below for the reveal ❤

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Bell Let’s Talk Day – 2018

Hi Guys and Dolls,

Here in Canada, today is Bell’s Let’s Talk Day – We all join together in raising our voices to try to help end the stigma surrounding mental health.

Here’s a video of my thoughts and some of my story.

xo,

D

 

Dior Exhibit – A Photo Essay

Fellow fashion lovers,

Yesterday I got to check out the beautiful Dior exhibit at the ROM here in Toronto. It was stunning. Classic. Elegant. Designs that we’re both simple and intricate. A look back into the history of a classic line. Completely fascinating to not only see the dresses and accessories but also Continue reading

Oh what a difference a year can make.

This is a follow up to my blog post from last year that you can find here.

One year ago today, exactly so, I sat in a hospital chair crying after being told that I had a blood clot at the base of my skull. I didn’t even know then just how large it was; how it nearly blocked off an entire vein.

This time last year, I had barely survived the Holidays; sick and in pain, not even the slightest clue what was looming. It was horrible.

But oh what a difference a year can make.

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