On those cold winter nights, Starbucks is always around the corner to help you cozy up to the fireplace. Make sure you become a rewards member so you can get the benefits (free drinks)!
#1 Caramel Brulée Latte
This latte is one of our favorites – Espresso, steamed milk, and rich Caramel Brulee Sauce, topped with whipped cream and Caramel Brulee Topping. Watching your calorie count? Ask for no toppings and half sweet.
#2 Peppermint Mocha
You can’t go the holiday season without a mix of hot chocolate, peppermint, and coffee. This drink is making a come back this year filled with espresso, steamed milk, sweet mocha sauce, and peppermint-flavored syrup. It’s all topped off with whipped cream and dark chocolate curls.
#3 Eggnog Latte
A holiday classic that is made with rich, steamed eggnog and our signature espresso. Then we top it off with a dusting of ground nutmeg for the perfect finish.
During the holiday’s it seems like your life is an episode of Friends. Everyone is always over for two things: advice and food. Spice up your home this year with the best smell.
#1 MARSHMALLOW FIRESIDE
As one of the most popular candles, this one has Cedarwood & Palo Santo Essential Oils with notes of Toasted Marshmallow & Vanilla.
#2 FROZEN LAKE
This candle is made from Lavender & Cypress Essential Oils with notes of Eucalyptus & Juniper Berry.
#2 FROSTED CRANBERRY
This candle is filled with Snow-Dusted Cranberries, Juicy Peach, Ripe Red Raspberries.
Bath and Body Works has one of the biggest and most popular selection for season candles. What are other festive things you do to spice up your home? Let us know in the comments.
Winter is a time of… sleeping in and watching endless holiday movies? Well yes. But it is also a time for fun and adventure. There are so many fun activities that you can take your friends or family on. In this post, we highlight our favorites.
This is probably the most popular winter activity. Many places in northern Ontario offer snowmobile trails that you can explore. If you have a big yard we suggest tiring a sled to the back and take your kids on a fun ride
#2 Skiing and/or Snowboarding
Many places in Ontario offer mountains for skiing or snowboarding. If you’re just starting out you can sign up for lessons that quickly show you how to tackle the slopes
Skating is the most romantic out of the three. Toronto alone has three major skating rinks. One in the downtown core, one under the highway bridge and the one on the west end near Humber College.
We know the thought of winter can be depressing, however, we hope to brighten your season with these fun activities.
There have been reports already that snow is expected to hit part of Ontario this month (what)?! But we knew this was coming – and we still have time to prepare.
#1 Stock up on firewood
If you live Northern Ontario chances are your home will have a wood stove. Now is the perfect time to stock up on firewood before all the trees become wet.
#2 Buy more blankets
Nobody has ever had too many blankets. As winter is soon approaching we suggest getting big blanks to wrap yourself in while you binge watch Netflix.
#3 Hot Chocolate (and lots of it)!
Have you ever lived through a winter season without hot chocolate? Probably not. There was always some available around the house.
#4 Store your summer belongings
If you live in Toronto or any big cities chances are you are living in a small overpriced condo with no storage. Outside the city is Hanover Storage – they will take care of all your needs.