Reduce Morning Chaos With Jergens Moisturizer For Wet Skin

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I'm not a morning person, despite the fact that I wake up at six a.m. every day. (Thanks, children!) Waking up at six o'clock has a lot to do with the fact that I'm a mom of two early risers, and even though I don't fall asleep until well past midnight, waking up early is my new normal.

Despite waking up at the crack of dawn, getting out the door on time can still be a challenge. The morning hustle is real, you guys.

I'm glad Jergens asked me to try their new Jergens Moisturizer for Wet Skin, because it's truly helped save me time getting ready in the morning.

I love products that promise to save me time, and Jergens is a name I already trust to keep my skin feeling soft and smooth. I enjoyed using both the Green Tea Oil and the Coconut Oil moisturizers. I applied the moisturizer after I turned off the water in my shower, and quickly dried off with a towel. The moisturizer actually stays locked in, and my skin feels soft all day long.  These moisturizers are perfect for people like me who are always on the go, but don't want to skip their morning shower and moisturize routine. Taking care of your skin is really important!


Here are my tips for reducing morning chaos:

Get up early. Set the alarm if you have to. Unless you have kids—they work well as alarm clocks, too!

Shower. And moisturize your skin. Fall and winter can really dry out our skin, so a good moisturizer can help. I cannot get enough of the new Jergens Moisturizer for Wet Skin—especially the Coconut Oil moisturizer. I apply this right after I shower, before I dry off, and it keeps my skin feeling so soft, all day long.



Eat a healthy breakfast. I know—you're busy. But breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Start with some protein, like eggs or Greek yogurt, to kick-start your day.

Get clothes ready the night before.  Get the children's clothes ready the night before, and while you're at it, plan your outfit, too. This will prevent you from screaming "But I have nothing to wear!" as you stare at your closet full of clothes in the morning.

Prepare lunch at night. I like to have a variety of fruits and veggies washed and ready to go in the fridge, so packing lunch for my boys in the morning doesn't take up a lot of my time.

Coffee. Coffee. Coffee. Did I say coffee? Make mine a Venti, please.




Phew. There you go. With these tips, you should be able to stay on top of your morning hustle, and you'll have soft, glowing skin, too, thanks to Jergens Moisturizer for Wet Skin. Thank you, Jergens!


Disclosure: This post was generously sponsored by Jergens. All views and opinions are my own.
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The Struggle Is Real

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I always have time to go to the salon to do my hair, even if it's just for my weekly blow-dry.  I always have time to go to the mall. I always have time to check Facebook. I always have time to catch up on my favourite shows on Netflix. So, really, there's no excuse for why I sometimes can't find the time to go the gym.

"Want to go to BodyPump?" 

"I can't—I have no time!"

I don't like excuses, but sometimes, that's exactly what I'm using when I try to get out of going to a class at the gym. And sometimes, it truly does feel like I have no time for the gym, but that's only because my priorities have shifted—and that should never be the case. After all, it's my health. And my future. So why do I find it so hard to stick to a fitness routine, one that'll benefit me now and in the long run?

I get into great routines with working out, usually in the summer and before a vacation when I know I'm going to be spending my days in a bikini. When I'm dedicated with my fitness routine, I'm always eating better, too, and guess what? It's when I feel my very best. 

As the weather gets colder, I stop going to the gym on a regular basis and I fall out of my workout routine. I always feel bad about this and it doesn't help that I'm already depressed because of the change of weather.

The struggle is real. I'm a busy, working mom of two very busy boys. I don't get much sleep—definitely less than six hours a night—and I know when I'm working out, I feel better overall. It's a no-brainer.

I love that GoodLife Fitness understands me and my struggle to keep up my fitness routine.

I love this video from GoodLife Fitness, because it shows I'm not alone in experience the struggle.  It's hard to overcome insecurities of thinking it might be too hard, but it's up to us. It's our life, after all. And we can definitely make it happen. Fitness should be a priority.

Making the choice to got to the gym a few times a week will no doubt help us live healthier and happier lives—it's just a fact.

Because I'm surrounded by GoodLife Fitness locations (there are four near my house!) I've got no more excuses. Working out is part of my life, and not only in the summer months or when I'm going on vacation.

For more inspiration, check out the Make It Happen GoodLife Fitness page. It'll help get your butt back to the gym, too. (And if you're not a member already, you'll be able to sign up for a free three day pass.) 

Happy work out!


Disclaimer: I am a GoodLife Fitness Ambassador. As part of my affiliation with this program, I receive special perks and a GoodLife Fitness gym membership so I have no excuses for not working out every day. All views and opinions are my own.
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Jack Astor's Lansdowne Delivers A Great Night Out

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In case you didn't know, Lansdowne Park (in the Glebe) is the place to be in Ottawa. Lansdowne's got it all: TD Place, where you can catch a Redblacks or Fury game, an awesome park for children, heritage buildings, shopping, and many fine restaurants and bars.

Hanging out at Lansdowne Park is especially fun in the summertime, with all the busy patios, but it's great year-round, too, whether you're enjoying breakfast with the family or a girls night out after a football game.

When I received an invitation from Jack Astor's Lansdowne to come in with my husband and a group of friends so they could treat us to their delicious new menu, I said yes right away. Obviously!

I love the service at Jack Astor's, (shout out to our awesome server, Courtney!) and the fun atmosphere. Jack Astor's in the Glebe has the traditional "Elvis booth" they have in each of their locations, and they have some great display cases featuring very cool antique artifacts from around Ottawa. I loved their wall of antique camera, too—we were seated right under this wall.





As soon as you walk through the doors, you're guaranteed a great night, delicious food, and plenty of laughs.





With 40 beers on tap (yes, 40!) and a great wine selection, deciding what to drink might take you longer than a few minutes, and then figuring out what to eat will be an even harder decision, but not to worry—you can't go wrong, no matter you order. 

We LOVED the bruschetta, the garlic pan bread (oh, so good) and the nacho boards, and we each enjoyed our own meals, too—from steaks and burgers to sauced-up chicken fingers, (fresh, never frozen, breaded in-house and made to order) we were stuffed. In a good way. But of course, we left room for dessert, because we had to try the My Cookie Ate Your Brownie. It was exactly that; a brownie, inside a cookie. I can't even explain it, so you'll have to go try it for yourself. It's worth every single calorie, I promise you that. With a side of frozen cream, (which tasted just like french vanilla ice cream) it's quickly become one of my favourite desserts of all time.

 The next time you're trying to figure out where to go for a great night out? A night that's sure to deliver great food, great drinks and plenty of laughter? Head to Jack Astor's in the Glebe. You'll love it as much as we did. 


Thank you, Jack Astor's, for treating me to such a wonderful night. We had the best time. Can't wait to come in again!
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One Year Later, Ottawa Remembers

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Exactly one year ago today, a terrible event took place in Ottawa that shook us all. A young father, and a Canadian soldier, was shot and killed while he stood sentry at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Ottawa's War Memorial.

As I mentioned last year, through darkness, comes light, and as Canadians (and decent humans) we came together in amazing ways—we went back to work the next day, we left flowers and letters of love at the War Memorial, and we wore red, while saluting our fallen soldier on the Highway of Heroes. We mourned the loss of this young man, because of all he represented; life, youth, a Canadian, a soldier, a father, a son, a friend.

My mom, artist Katerina Mertikas, created a painting that day, because she was so sad and overcome with emotion.  She had no idea this painting—the original which now hangs in our Mayor's boardroom—would cause such a buzz and would be so well-received.


With the help of Koyman Galleries and The Ottawa Citizen, prints were made and started selling quickly. All proceeds from the print went directly to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's son.

Over $50,000.00 was raised, and prints continue to sell today, one year later. You can order your print here

My mom and I had the pleasure of meeting with Nathan's mom last year, when she came to Ottawa. Over tea at Chateau Laurier, we talked about her son, and she told us what a wonderful person he was. She was moved to tears when she was given the print, and a few days later, she sent my mom and email showing her grandson smiling with the print hanging proudly in his bedroom. It's amazing how art can touch people so deeply, and it's amazing to see how many people give back with love.

This painting was an outlet for an artist's emotions, but it became a symbol of something much larger than art—it was something special that touched thousands of people across the city and country, and my mom was overwhelmed with the positive response.

Just last week, the book We Stand On Guard, a book my mom illustrated, was launched at City Hall, with our Mayor Jim Watson offering his kind praise once again for my mom and her art. 

The author of the book was deeply moved about the event that took place in October, 2014, and decided to write this book that deal with loss, and how people come together to learn how to heal. The book will hopefully help people move forward from tragedy.



It's something special to see how giving people can be in times of darkness and tragedy. We should always remember that there is always good out there, especially today.
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A Sweet Morning Escape With Herbal Essences

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Ah, the hustle and bustle of the morning rush. As a mom of two busy boys, there really aren't enough hours in a day to get through everything, but it's always important for me to start the day off feeling somewhat refreshed—despite the lack of sleep I get.

I try to wake up before my early-risers (hello, six o'clock in the morning!) so I can take an uninterrupted shower—which is always the best way to start my day. If I'm able to get ready, put on my make-up, and have a cup of coffee before my kids wake up, it's a good thing. I don't like starting my day without my hair and make-up done, to be honest.

As a beauty product junkie, I love trying out new hair products, especially because my hair is sometimes unruly, dry, and over-processed. (It's not easy being blonde!)

Herbal Essences is a name I've used for years and it's a name I trust to get the results I want for my hair, so when I was introduced to the new Naked Volume Collection, I couldn't wait to try it.

Because my hair has been through a lot—constant blow-drys, and frequent visits to the salon for colour—I love using anything that's good for my hair. The new Herbal Essences Volume Collection delivers where my hair needs it most.



This new line is free of parabens and dyes, and make my hair feel incredibly soft and smooth. I love the smell of grapefruit and moss mint oil, too—it's something different for my hair, since most of the shampoo and conditioner I use typically have a sweeter smell, like vanilla or coconut.

My favourite product from this line is the volumizing leave-in conditioner and the dry shampoo—both products work well, leaving my hair feeling refreshed, clean, and easy to manage. Also? Volume, delivered, in a major way, without me having to back-comb my hair. It's just the perfect amount of volume that lasts.






















The truth is, starting your day off on the right foot helps make the entire day go by easier. For me, all it takes, sometimes, is a long, hot shower, good music, some sunshine, and of course, coffee.

My bathroom is like a mini-spa escape for me, and when it's filled with fruity, fresh scents, it helps make me feel happy and relaxed.

The Herbal Essences Naked Volume line (including the shampoo, conditioner, volume shuffle and dry shampoo) are all available at you favourite drug store, and all retail for under $10.00. That's another beautiful thing about Herbal Essences—it's a product that delivers expensive salon-quality results without you having to spend a fortune on hair care! And, the best part? The Naked Volume line will leave your hair feeling—and smelling—amazing.




Disclaimer: I am a P&G mom. As part of my affiliation with this group, I receive product and special access to P&G events and opportunities. The opinions on this blog are my own. 
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Above The Rim With The NBA

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As a Canadian, I love hockey. Of course I do. Another sport I love? Basketball. Not only because my oldest son is an awesome basketball player, but also because it's a super fun game.

I was so excited to attend my first! ever! NBA game last week, thanks to Marriott Rewards. My husband and I enjoyed the game in a sweet suite which was catered (wine and basketball and Golden Palace egg rolls? Perfection!) and full of great energy and people. And also, awesome music. Basketball and music go hand in hand, I think.

The legendary former NBA player Chauncey Billups hung out with us in our suite, too—I took a picture with him (he even called me sweetheart, and he was so nice) and I got his autography for my basketball loving brother-in-law. (Thanks, Billups!) (You're welcome, Sean!)































After the game, we hit the after party. And it was a great time, despite the fact that the Raptors lost the game. (We were all on a high, though, because even though the Raptors lost, the Blue Jay won, so there was plenty of reason to celebrate!)


We had the chance to get up close and personal with this, too—the Stanley Cup of the basketball world. Yes, it was the real deal, and yes, I almost spilled my drink on it. Big oops. It was a great night, with so much energy. I wish we always had NBA game to go to in Ottawa, but I guess this just means I'll be visiting Toronto even more often than I already do. I'm a die-hard fan, now.


Marriott, in case you didn't know, has teamed up with the NBA as the Official Hotel Partner of the 2015-2016 NBA Global Games and Marriott loyalty members are being rewarded in a huge way: with exclusive access to NBA games and events going on across Canada. (This is why the Raptors played in Ottawa, and will also be hitting the court in other cities, too.) Not only do Marriott Reward members get to watch an NBA game in their city, they'll also enjoy a private meet-and-greet with an NBA player and attend a post-game reception. Like we did!

If that wasn't enough, Marriott Rewards members can also enter the #AroundTheWorld sweepstakes for a chance to win a trip and tickets to an upcoming NBA global event—a pretty awesome deal, if you ask me.




Disclaimer: I received compensation for my posts and complimentary tickets to the NBA game in Ottawa. This is a sponsored post, but all views and opinions are my own. 
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Toronto Raptors Hit The Court In Ottawa

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I've had the pleasure of staying at a few Marriott hotels in Canada and the United States and our experience has always been excellent, from the service to the beautiful, spacious rooms.  I love the privileges Marriott Rewards loyalty members receive, too, from free wifi to free nights and other perks.

Marriott has teamed up with the NBA as the Official Hotel Partner of the 2015-2016 NBA Global Games and loyalty members are being rewarding in a big way—with exclusive access to NBA games and events going across Canada. This is especially exciting for those living in Ottawa, who don't usually get the chance to watch an NBA game in their own city, but will get that chance this week.

Marriott Rewards members will not only be able to catch an NBA game in their city, they'll also enjoy a private meet-and-greet with NBA legends and players and a post-game reception.


I've so excited to have been invited to watch an NBA game in Ottawa (Toronto Raptors against the Minnesota Timberwolves) this Wednesday night. It's my first NBA game and I'm going to feel just like Beyonce sitting court-side. (Now, what to wear?)

I can't wait to watch the game but I'm even more excited to meet some NBA legends and players and attend a post-game reception. I'll make sure to wear my highest heels, too, so I don't feel short next to the players!

Marriott Rewards members can also enter the #AroundTheWorld sweepstakes for a chance to win a trip and tickets to an upcoming NBA global event.

The NBA Canada series continues in other cities, too—click here for more information on where to see your favourite team on the court.

I'll write more about my NBA experience after the game—in the meantime, follow along with me on Instagram (@MrsLoulou) and Twitter (@MrsLoulou) because I'll be posting all night long!


Marriott Rewards is a frequent traveler program that rewards exclusive membership privileges when members travel, as well as a choice of frequent flyer miles in preferred airline program, or points toward free vacations. Delta Privilege joined Marriott Rewards earlier this year. 


Disclaimer: I have received compensation for this post and complimentary tickets to the NBA game. This is a sponsored post but all views and opinions are my own.
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Prepare Your Home For Thanksgiving With Mr. Clean (And Win!)

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Now that fall is here, we've settled back into a regular routine without missing a beat. Sometimes the morning rush can be pretty hectic, but overall, the transition from summer to fall was smooth and we're loving everything about the season has to offer, from apple picking to wagon rides at the pumpkin patch.

This Thanksgiving long weekend, we'll be celebrating with family and friends, and eating more than we should. But that's what the holidays are all about, right?


I'm thankful for so much—especially spending time with my family and friends. We are of course planning a big feast, as we do for Thanksgiving; we're even celebrating twice, because we've got a big Greek family and we love food.

Before we sit down to eat (and eat and eat!) I'll be cleaning, as I always do—but since we're entertaining in our home this long weekend, ALL the cleaning supplies come out. Greeks have a thing for good food and they also have a thing for very clean homes. I don't think my mom or grandmother believe in resting; whenever I'm in their homes, they are always doing some sort of chore. It's just who they are, I guess. Along the way, they've taught me the importance of keeping a clean and tidy home.

Mr. Clean is a product I always use because it gets the job done.


Here are some of my #15MinReno tips to get your home sparkling clean:

Use Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to clean up your walls. My entrance is the one area in my home I'm always cleaning—over and over again. A few days ago, I took the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and I cleaned up the walls. NO more fingerprints or marker! Magically, Mr. Clean Magic Eraser even works to get rid of Sharpie stains. I know because I've used it to get rid of some writing on the wall of my son's room. It's truly a miracle cleaning product.

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is also perfect to use to clean the outside of your kitchen cabinet doors. In minutes, your kitchen will look almost new again. This tip is especially useful if you've done a lot of cooking and baking in your kitchen. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is also great to get rid of stains and scuffs on the oven, backsplash, and countertops, too. Voila—brand new looking kitchen!

I also love using Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to clean the baseboards in my home, and in hard to reach places like in between my banister spindles.

To tackle the bathroom (everyone's favourite room to clean!) I use Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle on the counter, in the sink, on the walls, and even on the floors. I love the smell, and I love how it makes my bathroom perfectly clean.

Use Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle to clean the bath tub to get rid of any soap scum. Stains are instantly gone.



To help your family get ready for the holidays, I've got a sweet giveaway for you!

Enter to win:


  • One $50 VISA gift card
  • $50 worth of Mr. Clean products (including Magic Erasers and Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle.)
To enter, just leave me a comment below telling me what you love most about the holidays—from Thanksgiving to Christmas.

I'll pick a winner randomly on October 19th.

Good Luck and Happy Thanksgiving!



Disclaimer: I am a P&G mom. As part of my affiliation with this group, I receive product and special access to P&G events and opportunities. The opinions on this blog are my own. This giveaway may appear on other blogs as part of the #PGmom program. However, to be fair, you can only enter once per giveaway.  
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Celebrate The Ottawa Senators Home Opener With Canadian Tire

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"Hello out there, we're on the air, it's Hockey Night tonight.
 Tension grows, the whistle blows, and the puck goes down the ice.
 The goalie jumps, and the players bump, and the fans all go insane.
 Someone roars "Bobby scores!" at the good ole' hockey game." 

Canada and hockey go together like bacon and eggs.

Basically, if you live in Canada, you are born loving hockey. Although many play the sport, few are great at it, but that doesn't matter, because we can all appreciate a good ole' hockey game, right? After all, it's the best game you can name.

I've been cheering on the The Ottawa Senators forever, and maybe, just maybe, this will be the year they'll finally take home the Stanley Cup.


The 2015-2016 season is about to kick-off, and I'm SO excited. Seriously. So pumped. The first home game will be on Sunday, October 11th at the Canadian Tire Centre.

Canadian Tire wants to get hockey fans in the mood for the first game, so starting tomorrow, the Canadian Tire Hockey Truck (see picture below? It's pretty hard to miss!) will be at different locations around the city to get everyone excited for the upcoming hockey season. There will be fun activities for the entire family, so bring the kids, since they'll be off from school. A perfect start to the long weekend!


You can take part in games and activities and you'll even get the chance to receive autographs from past and present Ottawa Senators hockey players. Of course, lot of prizes are up for grabs, too.

Here's where you can find the #CTHockeyTruck this long weekend:

Friday, October 9th

Where: Sparks Street (Between Bank and O'Connor)
When: 10:00-2:00
11:30-12:30: Jason York, Ron Tugnutt
1:00-2:00 Laurie Boschman and Van Allen

Saturday, October 10th

Where: Bell Sensplex (1565 Maple Grove Road)
Sparky appearance from 11:30-12:30
When: 10:00-4:00

Sunday, October 11th

Where: Canadian Tire Store (8181 Campeau Drive)
When: 4:00-6:00

Where: Canadian Tire Centre (1000 Palladium Drive)
When: 3:00-7:00



Disclaimer: I have received compensation for this post from Canadian Tire and The Ottawa Senators. Views and opinions are my own, and I will still be your friend if you're a Leafs fan. 
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A Fall Menu For Busy Families

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October is here and the carefree days of summer are behind us. Our calendar is packed, from birthday parties to extra-curricular activities like swimming and tennis. We've set up a homework station at home, organized the bedrooms so the children always know where to find the things they need, and embraced the change in routine. I've said good-bye to summer dresses and I've even given up on flip flops. There is some sadness associated with fall, but... fall is also a beautiful, busy time—from wagon rides at the pumpkin patch to Thanksgiving and Halloween.

Our house is bustling with energy from the moment we wake up and once the boys are off to school, I  start working, and start thinking about what to prepare for dinner. With such busy schedules, what I feed my family is really important to me, and I try my best to make sure my children are eating food they love that's healthy for them.

Mornings are rushed, for most of us. In fact, nearly 70% of Canadian parents surveyed by Loblaws and President's Choice have less than 10 minutes to make children their breakfast during the week, and more than a quarter of Canadian parents find it difficult to provide their kids with a nutritious breakfast on weekday mornings. I get it—sometimes toast and butter is all there's time for—but try incorporating some other breakfast ideas into your routine.

Here's a delicious—and healthy—recipe that takes only minutes to prepare—and will carry your kids from breakfast all the way to lunch.

Applesauce Greek Yogurt Parfait


Why we love it: A healthy breakfast that anyone in my family can make in less than two minutes gets two thumbs up from me. It's also very yummy!

Ingredients:

3 Tbsp PC Organics Honey Almond Granola Cereal
6 (or more) blueberries
PC Organics 0% M.F. Honey Stirred Greek Yogurt
1/4 cup PC Organices Sweetened Applesauce

Directions:

Layer 2 Tbsp granola, blueberries, yogurt and applesauce in a parfait glass or whatever you have on hand. Top with remaining 1 Tbsp granola and blueberries.

Here is a great lunch (or dinner) recipe I love, too:

Tortillini with Fresh Tomato Herb Sauce



Why we love it: My boys like sandwiches for lunch, but they love a packed lunch that's warm even more. This is a simple recipe to make in the morning, if you're organized. It's a great way to keep the kids going through the afternoon, especially as the weather gets colder. You can even prepare the sauce the night before (go, you!) so you don't have to stress in the morning.

Ingredients: 

1 package PC Cherry Tomatoes, chopped
3 Tbsp PC New World EVOO Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 small clove garlic, finely grated
1/4 Tsp salt
2 Tbsp each chopped fresh basil, chives, and parsley
1 package PC Gluten-Free Cheese Tortellini

Directions: 

Stir together tomatoes, oil, garlic, salt and basil, chives, parsley.
Bring 12 cups water to a boil; add pasta. Stir occasionally.
Reduce heat to medium, and cook for 4 minutes or until tender but firm.
Drain.
Toss with tomato mixture.
Serve with freshly grated Parmesan cheese, if desired.

Simple—and totally delicious.

A few other recipes we love?

Fresh and Simple Portuguese Salad

My boys (thankfully) love eating salad at dinner time, and this is a simple and healthy salad they love that's easy to make.



Hazelnut Pear Chocolate Chip Waffles

The perfect breakfast for a Sunday morning when you don't have to rush. The waffles can be made in the toaster or oven, and they come out crisp and golden on the outside, and light and airy on the inside—a perfect combination. (Feel free to get creative with your toppings, too!)


I love that my children love these new recipes, especially because they are easy to make and healthy. Sometimes, all it takes is a little preparation to incorporate new, healthy meal ideas that don't have to be complicated.

Happy meal-planning!


Disclaimer: I was compensated by President's Choice for this post, however, all views and opinions are my own. 
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Celebrate The Little Things With McCain Deep 'n Delicious Cakes

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The shift from summer to fall happened quickly, and now it's already October. (What?)

Summer was, of course, beautiful. Many new memories were made for our family, from tennis camp to a month-long vacation to Greece. I almost didn't want summer to end, but, of course, all good things must come to an end—and all endings lead to new beginnings.

My children started school—grade five and grade two—(what!) last month, and we have quickly settling into new routines, after-school activities like swimming and tennis, and weekend getaways, for fun. It's scary how quickly time goes by—and how quickly kids grow up. I've got to say, time has been moving way faster than I ever thought possible. That's why I think it's important to really, really cherish every moment. Quality time with the family is the most important thing in the world to me, and I love celebrating the little things.

Fall is a great time take in the beauty that surrounds us, and to celebrate those little moments—a happy first month at school, a great spelling test, apple picking Saturdays, and hiking through Gatineau Park.






I like to surprise my boys sometimes, with extra little treats, just because. Believe it or not, it doesn't have to be complicated or expensive; sitting around the kitchen table eating our favourite dinner and having a McCain Deep 'n Delicious cake is an excellent way to enjoy family time together, celebrating the little things.

Of course, McCain Deep n' Delicious cakes are popular with almost everyone I know because they are SO DELICIOUS. I don't have to feel guilty about not baking a cake, either,  because we can all indulge in  this one...


These cake are so good they're famous. And I have to admit, the new Deep 'n Delicious Marble Cake has become my new favourite. It's got the best of both worlds combined together: chocolate AND vanilla. Yum!


Clearly, my boys were huge fans of the cake, and can't wait for the next time I surprise them with one. Secretly, I'm hoping we get the chance to treat ourselves again very soon. It's always a good time for cake, right? Especially if it's a #DeepnDelicious cake.


Disclaimer: Although I was compensated for this post, all opinions and views are my own. And I truly love McCain Deep 'n Delicious Cakes. 

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