Well hello again! I know this month has been definitely lacking in the post department. Even Cole’s been poking and prodding me to get something up.
Between a few extra-curricular commitments, a trip home for Easter, and a couple weeks spent jamming in every billable hour possible, it’s been a challenge to add editing photos & writing on top of it.
Pre-hunt 🐣🐇🐥 #happyeaster #easteregghunt #chocolatefiend A photo posted by Theresa Yurkewich (@ts_tidbits) on
With that being said, I’ve now got a couple posts planned from beauty to food to general life in Calgary, so trust that I’m busy as a bee getting everything back up and running. I’ve even got a feature coming up on Get Down of a new restaurant in town, which I’ll gladly share once it’s live.
The last thing I ever want is to feel obligated to blog, and for that reason I try to give myself time when I need it and to not feel guilty about whether or not my followers that day are lower than normal. Blogging is hobby of mine and I love creating through it, but I truly feel that not having it tied to an obligation allows me to keep things real and most importantly, fun.
So, this post is really just me checking in, letting you know that I’m still here and that after a bit of a break, I’m back! And of course, thanking all of you for continuing to check in.
And with that, I’ll end this little update because the weather outside is sunny & absolutely gorgeous, and we should all be outside enjoying it!
PS – For all of you busy planning your summer escapes, don’t forget that I’ve now got live travel guides on Spain, Greece, Southern France, Quebec City, and Germany/Switzerland. I’ve got more to come, but as these are my favourites for summertime weather, I thought it best to get them up in a hurry.
To tide you over, here’s a few shots I’ve been wanting to share that I’ve taken of some wicked sunsets out in Priddis. On a warm chinook evening, it looks like the sky is on fire, rumbling towards the city, and bubbling its way down to the mountains. And on others, its a wash of soft pinks, blues, and the most brilliant lavenders. Certainly something to check out if you’re up for an evening drive.
More to come…