December favourites pt. 2

I know, I know; I already wrote a December favourites post. But I’ve encountered such a number of wonderful products and activities since that I thought I would mention them in a part two. For Christmas this year, my family went to Horseshoe Valley in Barrie to do some skiing/snowboarding and to enjoy the spa facilities (and use up our remaining RMT benefits for the year.) It’s such a great time to get together with the family despite the cold weather… although I am also quite excited to escape to Cuba for the next few days.

Hope you are all enjoying your holidays! At the bottom is also a short list of the things that I would like to try in the new year (mostly restaurants haha).


Christmas buffet at Horseshoe Resort: This amazing buffet only happens once a year at Horsehoe; it’s $55 per person and well worth the price. There is a massive assortment of seafood such as smoked salmon, mackerel, trout, oysters, and a large variety of hot dishes including carved roast beef, butternut squash ravioli, turkey, and roasted root vegetables. The dessert spread is just as elaborate, featuring housemade sticky toffee pudding, cherries jubilee flambé over vanilla ice cream, crème brulee, and cheesecake. This is definitely a Christmas buffet worth trying. I know for a fact that a dinner spread as decadent as this could not be found for the same price in Toronto.

Ben and Jerry’s non-dairy chocolate fudge brownie: What a time to be alive, my vegan and lactose-intolerant friends – this amazing ice cream is made with almond milk and is nothing short of phenomenal. There is a strong aroma from the almonds, and the pint is loaded with lots and lots of gooey brownie bites. Finally a decadent alternative to the typical sorbet served as the non-dairy option.

Apple tempura from Ichiban Fish House: This is one of my family’s favourite places for sushi in Richmond Hill; we often order a medium sushi boat and side vegetable tempura to share. What’s special about Ichiban’s tempura is the type of vegetables they fry, which includes juicy shimeji mushrooms, asparagus, and even apples.


Horseshoe Resort Spa: I recently got an RMT at this spa and quite enjoyed my experience; the masseuse was well-knowledgeable and used heat pads and a remote reclining chair as part of the experience. Any spa services also include access to the pool, hot tub, and sauna.

Shopping at First Canadian Place (FCP): I never realized until recently how great the shops were in First Canadian Place; there’s a Drake General Store, Indigo, M Boutique, Papyrus, and many, many more. It makes it quite convenient to do some quick gift shopping on the weekdays since FCP is centrally located within the Path. I scored some great last-minute deals at Indigo and the Drake General Store.

Vinyasa Flow at Yoga Tree: I highly enjoyed Yoga Tree’s vinyasa yoga – an active, flowing class that helps improve strength and flexibility. What’s different about this class is that students place their mats in two horizontal lines facing each other rather than towards the mirror, creating a harmonious sense of unity within everyone in attendance.

Things I would like to try in the new year (in no particular order):

  • General Assembly Pizza
  • Assembly Chef’s Hall
  • Byblos
  • Make my own ravioli (with butternut squash stuffing??)
  • Mitzi’s café for brunch
  • Get pasta at that little Italian stand at St. Lawrence Market
  • Buca in King West
  • Try a Pilates class

December favourites

December is by far one of my favourite months in the year. Reflecting back, I think one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned this year is dealing with change – something that is irrevocably tied with the uncertainty of the future.

Most people tend to dislike change, understandably. It’s uncomfortable. It makes what was once familiar no longer, and our perception of the future ambiguous. But lately, I’ve come to the realization that change can be good. It’s uncomfortable at first because it was nice to have latched onto something for so long that when it’s gone, it creates a sense of emptiness. But in reality, that disappearance or shift isn’t a bad thing. It’s just different. And that notion of something being different initially sets off alarms in our brains, signaling it as negative. But it’s not. Things have just changed, and maybe for the better. It may take a bit of time to get used to, but eventually, it will. And once it does, everything will be even better than it was before.

And sometimes it’s nice to just take a breather and get away for a little. I did a small road trip to Montreal this past weekend ad had a great time exploring this new city, trying new things, and eating different foods.

With that being said and in spirit of the holiday season, these are a few of my favourite things that I’ve come across this month (in Toronto and Montreal)

Drink picks

Notorious G.R.E from IQ: This smoothie tastes as good as it is for your body. It’s made of spinach, kale, cucumber, parsley, celery, lemon juice, chia, coconut water and pineapple. For those who don’t usually like greens in their drinks, the tropical fruits in this mix perfectly balance and hide the more bitter taste of the greens.

Soy dark hot chocolate from Marche: The hot chocolate here is made with real blocks of dark cocoa. I get it with soy milk, as it nicely balances the sweet and bitter tones of the cocoa, creating the perfect cup of dark hot chocolate.

Chai latte with soy from Mos Mos: As you may or may not already know from previous posts, I am a big, big fan of Mos Mos in the Path. I recently tried their chai latte with soy milk, and would definitely add it to my list of must-try drinks from this place.

Latté from Strange Love: this is a lovely cozy café near the intersection of King and Spadina. I recently went there to get an almond milk latté and stayed much longer in their seating area than anticipated. It’s a great spot to hideaway from the cold; will be back to try some specialty drinks on their menu.

Food picks:

Artichokes from Buca: I recently went to the Yorkville location, and was overall quite impressed with the food and service of this Italian restaurant. In particular, I loved the crisp artichokes. They were fried to perfection, and carried a sweet taste from the prosciutto san daniele, saba, and parmigiano reggiano. I also strongly recommend the black cod, which was cooked so well it literally melted on my tongue like sweet butter.

Raw espresso cacao bar from Crave: This was the most amazing vegan brownie I’ve ever had. It has a bold, rich flavor from the espresso and cacao with a subtle nutty taste. Definitely makes for a good pick-me-up mid-afternoon!

Gingerbread cupcake from Prairie Girl Cupcakes: This beloved cupcake shop in the Path makes great cupcakes to start with, and their gingerbread holiday version is spectacular. The batter carries just the right amount of spice, and the topping is sweet and rich – paired together, they create the most delightful festive treat.

Good Thins, the beet one: these crispy air-like crackers are crimson in colour, with a strong savoury beet taste. Quite unique to other crackers on the shelves, I’d recommend giving this flavour a try!

Da Geppetto – Casoncelli ai Funghi Porcini: This beautiful new restaurant on Temperence makes some of the most wonderful Italian dishes in Toronto. I highly recommend trying the handmade Casoncelli filled with porcini and ricotta, butter, sage, and topped with parmigiano sauce and black truffle shavings. The pasta itself is cooked al dente and the filling is buttery and rich; make sure to save room for dessert though – the mini Nutella bombes are also delicious.

Montreal eat picks: Schwartz deli meat

Since the 1920’s, Schwartz has been making phenomenal smoked meat in Montreal. Their sandwiches are piled high with layers and layers of delectable deli meat, and the texture of these layers combined with the smoked flavour is absolutely remarkable. The restaurant itself is quite small and reminded me of the famous pizza place in Naples- always bustling and crowded even at two in the afternoon. However busy, making a stop here is a must when visiting Montreal. Their poutine and coleslaw are also amazing and worth a try while you’re here.

St. Viator bagels

One of the oldest places making authentic Montreal style bagels, St. Viator makes all sorts including my favourites, rosemary & salt and all-dressed. I recommend visiting the Mont-Royal location as there is a café seating area serving bagel sandwiches such as smoked meat and BLT. If you do visit, order along with your bagel a Colombian French-pressed coffee, which carries an impressively aromatic tropical citrus taste.

Things to do:

Four seasons spa: Nothing compares to this spa experience, especially in the deadpan of winter when the weather outside is dreadfully freezing. I got the aromatherapy relaxation massage using lavender oil; not only was the aroma heavenly but the massage itself was incredible, perfectly targeting all the tense areas. The facilities are also luxurious, clean, and the service highly attentive.

Second city – The Good the bad & the ugly sweater: I am a big fan of Second City, and their holiday special show was absolutely hilarious. The sketches exaggerate the situations we often find ourselves in during the holiday, yet remain highly relatable. Definitely worth watching for a good laugh! Fun fact: the star of Heartland got cold-called up to the stage as an audience guest during the show that I attended.

ROM FNL: I love visiting museums, and the Friday Night Live experience at the ROM takes it to the next level. Drinks and finger foods are available for purchase as guests wander around; the grand hall is also converted to a dance floor. Definitely a fun way to explore and learn (or not) about all the different exhibits! I went while the Christian Dior exhibit was playing, which showcases many of the designer’s stunning pieces.

November favourites

Can’t believe it’s the end of November.

It’s been such a busy time; I feel like everyone is trying to get as much stuff done as possible before the holidays. Then again – I am so excited for the upcoming festive season. I recently went to the Christmas Market in the Distillery District, which was so beautiful – and really getting me into the holiday spirit!


Here are some of my favourites that I’ve come across this month:


Ilia lip crayon: Finally a lipstick that doesn’t dry my lips out – the Ilia lip crayon applies on smoothly and is packed with healing oils of coconut, sesame and cranberry seed. I recommend the 99 balloons shade for a subtle dark red tint.

Lancome makeup remover: I highly recommend this gentle makeup remover, which powerfully wipes away eye makeup, including waterproof types. It leaves my eyes feeling cool and refreshed, with no oily residue, and is ideal for contact lens wearers as well.

Lancome eyebrow pencil: This pencil is known for its “ultra precision” advantage; the automatic twist-up system is easy-to-use and gives a natural yet defined look to the brows.



Haagen Dazs cookie dough dynamo: a classic done right, I highly recommend – especially when served with carrot cake or apple pie.

Kupfert and Kim raw cacao vanilla energy balls: these vegan treats are my absolute favourite mid-day snack or dessert – they’re rich and chocolatey but made with wholesome ingredients.

Mimi & Liloo’s Dark Chocolate Sweet Cinammon: this chocolate bar has immediately become one of my favourites; it’s creamy and pairs the bold taste of dark cacao with delicious hints of cinnamon.



Matcha green tea energy bites: These are delicious for breakfast or for snack, packed full of rich flavor from the matcha and coconut flakes. I also add in 4-5 dates, which I find helpful in making the batter stick together better.



Hot stone RMT at Step up: I was initially scared to try hot stone, but after my first one, I’ve realized that the heat from the hot stones are able to give a much deeper touch of relaxation than most regular RMTs. Highly recommend if you are feeling increased soreness or tension in your muscles.

Tea tree oil: Recently ordered this product form Amazon, and I love it – the scent is soothing and the oil is particularly healing for the skin when mixed with creams, shampoos, or carrier oils.

Tweet Tweet Deodorant: After reading a few articles about the harmful toxins in many deodorants, I’ve switched to one made of all-natural ingredients. I highly recommend the lavender Tweet Tweet deodorant, which is made with natural and organic ingredients (and carries an amazing scent as well).

Autumn style picks

Let’s face it – dressing for the fall season can be hard. I always struggle with the cold transition – should I layer up? Is it that cold that I should wear my winter jacket? Can I wear tights under a skirt and still be warm?

Here are some of the outfit styles that I have been playing with during this chillier weather:

Fall outings

I recently dug up an old pair of overalls from my closet (don’t even know where they came from, to be honest). I’m really happy I found them since they go well with many fall tops, such as a large fluffy sweater, a turtleneck, or even a light long-sleeve on sunnier afternoons in autumn. Jean overalls also tend to be quite warm on their own, especially due to the extra protection up top.

Overalls: Old Navy
Black turtleneck: H&M
Sunglasses: Primark


Morning coffee runs

I love layering in the fall, and have grown especially fond of this black romper I got from Oak + Fort. It has a V-neck plunge that goes well with a simple turtleneck or a long sleeve shirt. I wear it with black tights and ankle boots for warmth now, but have also worn it during the summer with a simple black bralette or tank top underneath.

Grey turtleneck: Forever XXI
Black romper: Oak + Fort
Black tights: H&M


Girls night out:

Longer skirts are key for fancier outings during this cold season. I found this silky pleated skirt to be quite versatile – it can be paired with a tight black turtleneck for sleeker events, or toned down with a cropped black crew neck sweater for more casual outings.

Black Turtleneck: H&M
Pleated pink skirt : H&M


Fancy events:

Jumpers are a good option for formal events during the fall since they keep your legs warm even if you wander outside for a little (given that you still wear a jacket). It’s also quite fun (and liberating) to wear wide-legged pants on the dance floor.

Jumper: M Boutique
Heels: Call it Spring 




November always feels like a transitional month – from autumn to winter, from fallen leaves to snow, from Halloween to Christmas. Maybe it’s this feeling of transition and renewal that I’ve been focusing more on wellness this month. I’ve been exercising about five times a week, either going to the gym or attending a fitness class, reading more news articles, booking RMTs, listening to podcasts. There’s a lot of chatter about wellness nowadays – but really, in an age where you often don’t feel productive unless your calendar is booked from morning to night, it really is important to regularly take a step back to re-assess your own well-being.


Here are some of the things that I’ve been doing in the theme of wellness

Hot Yoga

There is something about doing yoga in a sauna-like studio that I find calming – almost as though I’m sweating away all my stress and responsibilities.

Lavender (or other pleasant-smelling) creams

I recently bought a new cream from Lush called Sleepy, which is made of fresh ingredients including oatmeal infusion, almond oil, lavender water, and cocoa butter. I find the lavender smell extremely soothing, and the oatmeal components particularly beneficial for my dryer skin during this cold weather.

Mindful diet

I’m a firm believer that people should eat whatever makes them feel good without restriction, but at the same time, understanding and being aware of how their diet make them feel. For instance, I know that my body can’t take too much oil – if I eat too many fried foods in one day, I’ll become really tired or even nauseous. Focus your diet on foods that make you feel good and provide sustainable energy for the day.

Peppermint Tea

I started drinking peppermint tea because it was complimentary at my yoga studio, and found that the minty taste had a rather soothing effect on my state of mind and body. This is especially nice now that the weather has gotten much colder.

Re-focused wardrobe

I believe that feeling good stems from both the inside and the outside. If you feel good about the way you look, that in turn helps boost self-confidence, morale, and well-being. Spend time re-organizing your wardrobe, playing with different outfits, and shaping your personal style. I recently bought some fleece heat-tech turtlenecks at Uniqlo for $20 that are quite versatile (and warm!), as well as really good pair of high-waisted jeans (surprisingly, to be honest) at Brandy Melville for $50.

RMT (Massages)

Massages tend to be rather expensive, so I never did any until this year when I started working and was provided with insurance coverage for RMT. If your workplace has RMT coverage, USE IT! I know way too many people who don’t utilize their benefits enough. My favourite places in Toronto so far are H20 Float and Hot Stone at Step Up clinic. I like booking massages on Friday evenings as a way to de-stress at the end of a long week, or on Sunday evenings as a refresher for the week ahead.


I never used to like running. When I was at school, I always found going to the gym a chore rather than something I actually wanted to do. However, now that I’ve started working and am sitting in a chair most of the day, I find myself wanting to go for a run after (or before) work. Even after a long day when I feel mentally exhausted, I find it surprisingly de-stressing to go for a run while jamming to some vigorous music.

October favourites

October was a busy month for me, and a month of change. I wrapped up my first case of my first full-time job, and officially graduated from university (woo!)

Here are some of my favourites that I’ve come across this fall month.



  • Jimmy’s Coffee chili dark hot chocolate: This creamy dark hot chocolate has a nice (mild) hint of spice, perfect for the cold weather. Jimmy’s coffee on Portland and King is also quite a cozy spot to tuck away during this rainy season.
  • Rise ginger kombucha: This fizzy drink is a great afternoon pick-me-up, carrying a nice kick from the ginger and a strong sparkle as well.
  • Kupfert and Kim cappuccino with coconut milk (& maple syrup): Coconut milk complements coffee incredibly – and paired together with some maple syrup, makes for one of the best cappuccinos I’ve ever had.


  • Yoga Tree’s Flow in the six: Most yoga classes play soothing, wordless music in the background (which is nice) but what’s even better is the Flow in the six class at Yoga Tree, where Drake songs are played all throughout class. There’s just something about doing a chaturanga to rap that I find quite satisfying.
  • Yride at YYoga: I tried the spin class at this yoga-focused studio for the first time, and was quite happy with my experience. Picture a more cheerful hippie version of Soul Cycle.


  • Hello 123: This new vegan bar, which recently opened on Queen St W, is created by the same people behind Kupfert and Kim – and it’s absolutely amazing. I had the charred cabbage and ceasar, which was seared to perfection alongside some sunflower seed croutons. The cocktails here are also super strong.
  • Impact Kitchen Mineral bowl: The power bowls here are locally sourced and come in a variety of different flavours. My “Mineral bowl” had kimchi, soft-boiled eggs, kale, sesame tossed kelp noodles, and radish. This is a great spot to get a healthy lunch on the east side of Toronto.
  • Planta restaurant: I loved everything about this restaurant from the beautiful decor to the amazing food and the friendly service. I got the Moroccan salad and iced coffee with coconut milk, and they were both absolutely delicious. I can definitely see myself coming back to try some of their other dishes.
  • Taco farm tortilla chips: I tried these for the first time from the Kitchener Farmer market (although Taco farm has its own brick-and-mortar location in Waterloo too), and their tortilla chips were absolutely amazing. It’s made with only three ingredients (oil, corn flour, and salt), yet has a great taste and crunch.
  • Nadege champagne macaron: A small macaron jam-packed with the fragrant taste of champagne – basically your favourite celebration drink in the form of a tiny dessert.


  • H20 Float: I’ve heard so many things about hydro float therapy (good and bad) that it was about time that I tried it out for myself. Essentially, you float in a pool of super salty water (either in a closed pod or open-concept tub), where your body floats effortlessly to release any tension, pain, or anxiety. I did the 1-hour session and my body felt surprisingly relieved and my skin extraordinarily soft afterwards. It was also so relaxing that I fell asleep halfway through my float. I loved my whole experience and the facility (super clean, professional); I would recommend others to try this at least once.
  • Step up massage: This massage center is no-frills and quite low-key (located next to a Burrito Boys on Adelaide) but delivered a great RMT. The service was professional, and the oils and hot towels used throughout the session provided a great experience that I would recommend to others looking for a massage place downtown.

Humber Bay Park & Parkdale

Yesterday I went to Humber Bay Park, a waterfront park located in Etobicoke that is home to the new Toronto driftwood sign. Toronto locals Julie Ryan and Thelia Sanders-Shelton had worked in secret for seven days to build this sign, and it was the first time either of them had worked with driftwood. The sign is so beautiful, yet delicate, so be sure not to grab its posts when you are near it.


Nearby, someone else had built another driftwood sculpture. It resembles a man casually lounging by the lakeside and admiring the CN Tower in the distance.


Afterwards, we walked along the lakeside all the way to Parkdale, which begins where Queen St. and King St. meet. In this area, we stumbled across a thrift store called Common Sort. After digging around for a bit, I found a J. Crew denim vest for $20. I’ve actually had my eye on several denim vests for awhile now, so I was really happy to find this one, especially since the fabric is already worn in. I love how versatile this item is; I can wear it as a light jacket in the summer or layer it over a sweater in the fall.


I also got a leather peplum top for $18. I was never in the market for a top like this, but it fit my size perfectly so I just had to get it.


I was quite surprised by how busy Parkdale was on a Wednesday evening, although there are a lot of cool shops, bars, and restaurants in this area. We had dinner at the beloved Guu Izakaya, (from where I would highly recommend the cauliflower karaage and mushroom & cheese bibimbap if you go).

Coldplay in Toronto

Last Tuesday, I went to go watch the Coldplay Concert at the Rogers Centre in Toronto. I’ve heard amazing things about the band’s concerts last summer, so I was excited to go – yet I wasn’t too excited since my friends and I had bought the 500 row seats (basically the seats furthest away from the actual stage, all the way at the top of the dome.) The tickets were the cheapest we could find ($40) and we figured that we would still be able to hear the music anyways.


After we arrived to the Rogers Centre and climbed an eternity of staircases to get to the our seating area, one of my friends happened to see her friend who worked at the Rogers Centre and walked over to talk to him for a little. Five minutes later, she comes back over and gushes, “I got us floor seats!!” Turns out that the people who previously bought those floor tickets got promoted to even better seats, so they were just extra tickets waiting to be given out.

If I am being completely honest, I wasn’t even sure what floor seats were (I usually cap the amount I’m willing to pay for any concert at $50.) But sooner than later, I realized that floor seats are basically where I can stand and lean close enough to touch Chris Martin’s arm.


The concert was absolutely surreal, one of the best that I had ever been to. The band sounded amazing live, and I loved the graphics that went along with the different songs too.


The best part was that they gave each attendee a wristband that lights up in coordination with different songs. Looking around and seeing all the wristbands twinkling all throughout the arena was absolutely captivating.


I still can’t believe that it’s possible to randomly get promoted to floor seats from the 500’s, and I am so, so grateful for that guy whom I know nothing about except his name (THANK YOU NATHAN). Coldplay gave such a phenomenal performance; next time I will surely be willing to spend more than I had previously planned to on their concerts (haha).

August Favourites

My birthday is in August, making it my favourite month by default. I also find that the long weekend in August is also a good time for my family to get together for trips. This year, we went to the Tobermory and Collingwood (Blue Mountain) area to do some hiking, picnic lunches, and boat riding. Here are my favourite products that I’ve encountered throughout this month:



  • Carrot Rewards App: Linked to a user’s Aeroplan, Petro-Points, More Rewards, or Cineplex’s Scene, the Carrot Rewards App allows a user to complete surveys about health and fitness for reward points. This app has recently been subsidized by the Canadian government in hopes of promoting better nutrition and fitness among Canadians. Use the code jasmineh5166 to redeem bonus points when you sign-up!
  • Ritual: With a large number of restaurants on the app, Ritual allows users to conveniently order food for pick-up. Every order collects points, which can be used to redeem discounts or special offers. Use this link in your mobile browser to get $10 off your first order.



  • Kiehl’s Mango Lip Balm: My lips became severely chapped after hiking in the sun during the August long weekend. After a day’s use of the Kiehl’s lip balm, I could see significant improvements in repairing the damage of my skin. This product is more expensive than regular lip balms ($12), so I would only strongly recommend it if your lips are severely chapped.



  • Fitness Leggings by FableticsThe material of these leggings is comfortable, breathable, and most importantly, opaque. Some leggings on this site also have outside pockets to store your phone/iPod, which is ideal for jogging. New members of Fabletics also receive special discounts, including workout leggings for 2 for $24.  I’ve searched around and trust me, getting two pairs of such high quality for less than $25 is an amazing deal. 



  • AYCE Sushi at KaKa: I love All-You-Can-Eat (AYCE) sushi dinners every once in a while. My visit to KaKa this month was actually my first AYCE this year, and it was incredible. The restaurant has an impressive range of items, as well as specialties including torched sushi, pressed sushi, spring egg soup, and takoyaki balls. I absolutely love the taste of torched fish, so having an AYCE experience with it was amazing.
  • Black Sesame Ice Cream at Kekou Gelato: I’ve tasted quite a number of black sesame ice creams before, but the one at this gelato shop was impressively creamy and rich in flavour. Kekou also has many other interesting flavours, such as Vietnamese Ice Coffee, Oolong Tea, and Whiskey Green Tea.
  • Cornish Hen at Peoples Eatery: This unassuming restaurant in Chinatown Toronto always seems to be buzzing with people, and for good reason. I finally tried eating here this month with some friends and loved it; everything from the atmosphere to the food was amazing. I would highly recommend trying the Cornish Hen, General Tso Tofu, and HDB (sashimi salad). I shared these three dishes among four friends, and it left us all completely full.

Post-Move Post

Since my travels to LA, I’ve moved to a condo in the King West area in downtown Toronto. I am really happy with the location; it’s close enough to walk to work (yet not too close), but also close to many cool restaurants, shops, and bars. I’m currently brainstorming ideas to decorate my room, which is small but cozy.

My family also went on a trip to the Tobermory area during the August long weekend. We based ourselves in Owen Sound, and did day trips to hike around different national parks, including the one on Flower Pot Island. It was a lot of fun, and it was definitely nice to do a family outing altogether.


I realized that I quite enjoy hiking through forests; it’s much more fun that running on a treadmill. The ground is also uneven, so you must always remain relatively alert to avoid tripping on any branches that happen to be sticking out.


I also turned 22 this month! On my birthday, I went to Medieval Times for the first time. It was lot of fun, and I have to say, I was very impressed with the jousting and overall show. The food was also much tastier than I anticipated, and the portions much larger. I swear they had served me an entire chicken.


I also had a small gathering that weekend. I made white sangria for the party, and I followed this recipe, which only required two ingredients. It was absolutely delicious, although I did add a few shots from a tiny lime vodka sampler, which came with a bottle that I had bought to make a spiked jello cake. It was a good time, with mostly me trying to deny the fact that I was turning 22. (Earlier that day, I had spent the day at Wonderland, only to come to the sad realization that I am turning quite old, as demonstrated by my growing fear of fast-moving-upside-down-going roller coasters).

So here’s to adulthood and moving downtown Toronto (AND to a location that’s less than a 10-minute walk to one of my favourite gelato shops ever)!!


Side Note: If you go, you have to try the black sesame gelato.