This iced Americano is from Capital and they only charged me $2.25! Originally $3.25!
Everybody has a morning routine. The general population wakes up, brushes their teeth, drinks coffee and subsequently takes a big shit. Coffee is considered the most important step in the majority of people’s morning regimen to wake up like a sane, coherent person. While it’s relatively affordable to make coffee at home, how much are you willing to pay for coffee at your local coffee shop?
It's Tuesday and summer officially arrived last week, but it hasn't actually arrived. I say this because I am still wearing pants five out of the seven days of the week, there has only been ONE heat warning and just the other day I ordered an Americano. Not iced, just regular, piping hot coffee enough to burn my tongue and possibly cook ramen noodles.
However, the only good news to align with summer solstice is SALE SEASON! The season of sale!
There's this theory published somewhere on the internet that if your style doesn't evolve, you don't evolve as a person. I'm not sure where that theory came from or where/if it was even published. I do believe that a slow and natural progression in the way you pick and choose, and style your clothes is as important as choosing what to eat for breakfast to start your morning.
Over spring, I declared short shorts officially over.
Monday night was the Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards and it took place in North America's fashion capitol: New York City. For short, its known as the CFDA Awards. Think of the CFDA Awards as the MET gala's cooler, younger sister who lives in Brooklyn and has kombucha daily for breakfast.
Everyone looked cool. But not everyone looked as cool as Julia Nobis.
Commuting in a large city should be relatively easy. Toronto is the fourth largest city in North America and a city with that title and responsibility should have the proper infrastructure for its denizens. Albeit, public transit is just excruciatingly slow and the only other options are to walk or bike around the city.
Toronto's biking sartorial choices are quite on the nose. Tight jeans, some form of backpack or side bag and the most abhorrent of them all, storing your lock - as you bike - in your back pocket or between your jeans and your belt.