Weekly Edit

the weekly edit: pink chai living
It’s feeling like summer here in Surrey and I could not be happier! As much as I’ve learned to take rainy days in stride as a West Coast Girl, sunny days are my favourite. I’ve also always loved the feeling of renewal and change that comes with new seasons – clear out your closet for spring, pull out the BBQ and patio plates for summer, I love seasonal rituals.  

Are you are seasonal person? How do you feel about summer – please don’t say that it’s too hot, I want to be your friend 🙂

This week I have a pretty full list of things to do, eat, and watch – are you ready for it? Let’s do this! #Summer2018 is gong to be the greatest! {Apparently the onset of summer causes me to behave like a 12 year old too}

The Weekly Edit: June 18, 2018

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It’s the time of year when all the local festivals and outdoor events are starting to pop up, and I want to make sure that we attend as many as we can with the kids this year. Over the weekend we went to the Surrey Greek Festival and they loved it.

This week I’m planning on working on our family SUMMER BUCKET LIST, and I’ll definitely add a lot outdoor festivals and events.

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