Our team shares their absolute FAVES of the week. What are your faves? Share with us in the comments below!
I’m so excited to see Tuna! And no, I don’t mean the fish but my Insta love Tuna from tunameltsmyheart. He is making an appearance at Woofstock in Toronto this weekend and you can bet I am going to be there to see him IRL. Like his -shirts say “tuna is my spirit animal” and I can’t go a day without a Tuna fix!
My fave of the week is the herb garden I planted on my balcony over the weekend. I am just starting to get really into home cooking and having my own herb garden makes me feel even more connected to the food I’m eating. I love picking fresh basil and thyme for my pasta dinner!
I know I’m super behind on the trend but I’ve only recently really gotten into following super big fashion bloggers like WeWoreWhat and Aimee Song. I’m totally obsessed with them and have been following them closely on Instagram and Youtube. Can I please steal their wardrobes!?
Flaming Hot Cheetos are now in Canada and I’m obsessed. The struggle is real and so are my orange-red fingers. You can eat them like a Cheeto or use them as a topping (like on your pizza or your burrito). Forget cheesy, bring the HEAT!
Lately, I’ve been obsessing over the Bravo TV series The Handmaid’s Tale. Like many other fans, I was thrilled to finally get an on-screen adaptation of one of my favourite reads by CANADIAN author and lady-boss Margaret Atwood. What keeps me tuning into the show is the differences from the book, some big some small, that are refreshing surprises, like revealing Offred’s real name (I’m not telling :P) and Janine’s serious change of character. Ladies, it’s a dark and unlikely mix of feminism and Sci-Fi you’re bound to get hooked on!
“The Handmaid’s Tale”, @Hulu’s TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel from 1985, is without question the bleakest, most pitiless television drama for years. The show imagines a world in which, after a mass fertility crisis, a fundamentalist Christian movement America has taken part of America by force and made the Bible the rule of law. It's a tale about how a complacent present can lead to a terrifying future – which is what makes it feel especially relevant today. To read more about the real horror of this show, click on the link in our bio. #TV #drama #HandmaidsTale #Hulu #MargaretAtwood #America