This week marks the launch of the new television campaign for @newfoundlandlabrador Tourism. Directed by Paul Santana and created by Target Marketing & Communications, the spot features a young girl and her brother as the viewer is taken on an aural journey of the island's "symphony of sounds" found in everyday life.
Ok, this is my last dog photo, I promise. Skor was just too handsome not to post 🐕🍫
Head out on the Barrels Bottles & Brews trails and sample our craft breweries - including @brewwindsor and their Proper Lager
Over the years @eh.mon and I have spent a fair amount of time disconnected. Take for example, the two months we spent trekking through the Himalayan mountains with nothing but the packs on our back and the people by our sides. There were no TVs, no scrolling through Instagram feeds, no replacing mundane boredom with an email check. Instead, we connected with nature, with each other, and with the amazing community of Nepalese living among us. .
Don't get me wrong, I love Nepal but I've since learned that my own backyard offers me the same opportunity to reconnect. Even better, #vanlife has put it at my fingertips. I'm thrilled to partner with initiatives like #BringBackWildhood by @GoR@GoRVingCanada that encourage us all to take a spontaneous camping trip, skip Netflix for a trail run with the pups and remind kids that playing in the dirt is A-OK. .
Eamon and I will be checking out the @Yyzrvshow this Friday to connect with a community of people who believe that you can live larger with less. You won't want to miss our LIVE stream from the show on @GoRVingCanada Facebook page at 1PM!!
This was taken the last time I went shooting the stars ✨ (October 2017). Right now, it’s too cold to go again. Cant wait to feel the sun in Costa Rica in a little less than two months 🇨🇷. Does anyone have suggestions for me? Where should I go, sleep or eat? #travel
Exploring Vancouver and Whistler by myself on my first solo trip last year was one of the best experiences of my life. It can be scary and intimidating to go to a new city or country or even continent on your own, but it can also be challenging and exhilarating and liberating. I learned so much about myself and my comfort zone and my limits. I pushed through those things and expanded the boundaries I had put on myself. One of the things that's always been hard for me is to eat at a restaurant alone. I realized on this trip nobody is actually judging me or anything like that, in fact, people were so friendly and helpful. It was so good to see there's is still so much good in humanity. What have you done lately to push through your comfort zone?