As Rochelle and I are starting our third year at university, we have picked up some valuable tips along the way which have had a big impact on our overall university experience. Everything from the best ways to save money to how to get a boost in those grades, I got you covered. Today I would … More Tips for Maximizing Uni Life
Solo travel isn’t as hard as it seems. I am by no means an expert. But after travelling to Europe for the first time and then spending a week alone in London and hiking in Switzerland, I would love to make the case for travelling solo. There’s such a stigma against solo travel. When I … More Part I. Travel Solo and like a Pro
And we are back! Rochelle and I have had a wonderful two weeks to travel around Spain, England, and Switzerland. It was the right dose of relaxation after a hectic summer and a busy school year to come. It felt amazing to wake up to a to do list that consisted of discovering a new … More We’ve Missed You!
Although I was going to be a “hipster” and avoid the “Pokemon Go” craze, I decided to cave in and download it onto my iPhone anyways. Although it crashed on me the minute I logged in, I am determined to learn the ropes ASAP. I haven’t experienced this app addiction yet but it reminds me … More Types of Pokemon Goers + Questions
I like to say that until about a year ago, my taste in movies was limited to chic-flics and an occasional “odd” (for me at least) movie that was nominated for an Oscar. However, I have since changed my ways to branch out and give other genres a try. I mean, I watched “The Revenant,” … More Movie Review: “The Secret Life of Pets”
“Travel is so cliché”, said no one ever. Everyone wants to travel! Everybody wants to experience different cultures or see amazing views or watch the sun set on that stunning Galapagos beach. But not everyone ends up travelling. Why? Because it’s expensive. They’re not wrong. Travel is really expensive. Flights, hotel rooms, food–it all adds up … More 5 Ways to Travel Better + GIVEAWAY!
Summer is in full swing which also means its travel season! Rochelle and I have already pre-booked our flights to get away before school starts again. Although we wont be travelling together, we enjoy sharing tips and tricks for efficient packing, affordable flights, and things to see and do in our country of choice. As … More Don’t Forget These Essentials + Giveaway
A Lipstick Trilogy hit its one year anniversary last month and we think it’s been an absolutely amazing journey so far. We started blogging on a whim last year at a random Starbucks. We came up with the theme we wanted to go for and the social media aspect of it but what we didn’t … More Our Journey Thus Far & Giveaway
Happy Canada Day to all of our lovely Canadian readers! As the long weekend is approaching, Rochelle and I celebrated the holiday with a girls trip to Scarborough Bluffs. With the sun out, this is the perfect time to hit the road in search of an adventure. Today I’d like to share with you some … More Road Trip Adventure & Essentials
I’ve definitely heard of apps that serve as diaries for those on the go. But I’ve never been the sort of girl to keep a diary. I mean, I tried when I was eight but gave up when all I wrote was “Dear Diary, I fell down today. Goodnight!”: Fascinating stuff obviously. When I found … More Journals, apps & emojis
I’ve been trying to explore new tv shows recently. From Peaky Blinders to Mad Men I’ve been experimenting to find a favorite. And two weeks, I finally discovered Love, Nina. The show is based off a book (now on my to-read list) by Nina Stibbe. It’a directed by ever popular Nick Hornby and stars Helena … More Love, Nina: a touching find!
So last night was basically fabulous! Kvitka and I spent the night with Elle magazine drinking Girl’s Night Out wine and eating eating some of the best cupcakes and macarons. I had so much fun which is why this post is basically a recap of the night. I apologize if it causes pangs of jealousy! … More Partying hard with Elle VIP
Since it is now June, it is time to fill in your calendars with new events to check out in Toronto. I mean, why not maximize the opportunities your city has to offer. Personally, I always click “interested” for events on Facebook but then I always end up forgetting about them. Now I am keeping myself accountable … More 5 Free or Cheap Things To Do in Toronto- June
Rochelle and I have recently visited the Fika cafe in Kensington Market and it has quickly grown to be a favourite. You can call it love at first sight almost. We had amazing company and of course our cafe expert Rachel (you can check out her gorgeous Instagram @cafecatalogue) has recommended this place to us. … More Fika Cafe Review
A few weeks ago we decided to spend Friday night at Cold Tea, an obscure little bar in the depths of Kensington Market that is quite popular with those in the know. After reading the small number of reviews on Google and finding no hours of operation on their Twitter page (they don’t have a … More Cocktails at Cold Tea