Sweet Tooth Adventures


The key to my heart appears in form of a dessert; cheesecake, chocolate, ice cream or basically anything sweet. My sweet tooth is a permanent condition that’s impossible to get rid off (which is why I have 4 different types of ice cream in my freezer right now; don’t judge please). I’ve been trying to eat healthier but giving up dessert is not acceptable.

My Saturdays (I call them cheat days) are dedicated to junk food, which is why I allowed myself to go out to one of my favourite dessert places in Kingston, ON, Spin Dessert Cafe. It serves everything from cakes and ice cream to crepes and waffles.

Today I went with a really sweet desert called, Peanut Butter Dream cheesecake, served with vanilla ice cream (I asked to substitute it for chocolate ice cream instead). It’s described as “white chocolate peanut butter cheesecake loaded with Reese’s peanut butter cup pieces.” I enjoy good cheesecake but even for me this was a little too sugary. The cheesecake itself was exceptional with reach creamy peanut butter taste but combined with Reese’s pieces and very think icing was a little over the top with sweetness. I still enjoyed it but unfortunately struggled with finishing this piece by myself. Definitely need someone to split this piece of art with for the next time!



My friend, Jen, got Apple Crumble Pie, which was “loaded with fresh apples and topped with a buttery apple crumble” and served with vanilla ice cream. She really liked it and commented on it not being as sweet as the cheesecakes at Spin Dessert Cafe. Something I’m thinking of trying in the near future!


Overall, great dessert choices and wonderful service! My goal this year is to try all the desserts at Spin Dessert Cafe (and gain about 50 pounds). Dessert and breakfast foods prices range from $10-15 dollars. They also have ice cream and speciality drinks on the menu. Spin dessert cafe has locations all over GTA and Southern Ontario Area so give it a shot!

Spin Dessert Cafe on Urbanspoon




Thai Food Had Me Like


Let me just tell you that I’m NOT one of those people who are always eager to try new cuisines or order something unique and different at a restaurant. I truly wish I was but part of me is either terrified of not liking new food or liking it too much; I’m not even sure myself.

However, lately I’ve been trying to open up more to dishes I couldn’t imagine trying in a million years. Today me and my friend, Sierra, went out for dinner after yoga. She picked a place to eat and I just went along with it (no ragrets). We ended up at a Fine Cambodian and Thai Cuisine restaurant, Pat’s Restaurant, in Kingston, ON. At first I was hesitant about my order taking time to read every entree description. They are so many delicious sounding dishes you can pick from that I just gave up and went with what first caught my eye.

I ordered a Western Style dish that included golden tomato, chicken, dried pepper, magrood, lemon grass and shallots with plain white rice. The waiter kept asking me if I’m comfortable with spicy food cause apparently the dish I picked was quite hot. I threw the doubts away and decided to leave my food comfort zone. WAS IT EVER DELIGHTFUL! The food has so much spice and flavour to it! I absolutely loved it. The chicken and rice were cooked well, and together with sauce and tomatoes tasted amazing. I’ll admit it, it was quite piquant but that’s what created an unforgettable flavour.


My friend, Sierra, ordered Phanaeng Kai dish that consisted of red curry chicken, basil, lime leaves, peanut and coconut with rice. She asked for it mild as she doesn’t enjoy spicy food that much. It look ravishing and I tried the sauce her dish came with. It had creamy taste to it, and I liked the curry flavour. I’m definitely thinking to try that dish next time I’m at Pat’s.


One thing that I gave points to Pat’s for is the fact that you can order your meal mild, medium or hot, depending on your spice preferences. Pat’s also offers delicious sounding appetizers and soups that I plan on tasting when I stop by next. Their prices are very good for the size of the dishes they offer. You wouldn’t have to pay more than $13 dollars for your meal unless you order extra appetizers which I’m glad I didn’t go for; I couldn’t even finish the dish I had despite its deliciousness.

As you’re paying for your meal you can grab a fortune cookie (or two..) if you’d like. If you don’t like fortune cookies you’re probably not human and should stop reading this.


…so this is why I always find crumbs in my bed.

Pat's Restaurant on Urbanspoon



Vincent Van Gogh Out With Me

Hey there beautiful souls!

I don’t know about you but I love brunch dates. It doesn’t matter if you’re out with your best friends or your boyfriend, you have a perfect excuse to dress up in a cute outfit! Let your imagination into the world of flowers, patterns, crop tops, high wasted shorts and neon colours. This summer’s trends make me so happy. I’m a fan of vintage and the fact that so many 50s and 60s trends are back in style makes my inner hippie content with fashion. My collection of vintage dresses is rapidly expending and extra closet is definitely a must.
This past weekend me and my boyfriend, Mack, decided to check out a breakfast place in Kingston, ON called Eggsquis. It’s somewhat similar to Cora’s but 100 times better tasting. The place has locations all over Ontario and Quebec and offers the finest options in crepes, waffles, omelettes, yogurts, French toast, bagels, freshly squeezed juices, eggs, bacon and sandwiches (all that with delicious fresh fruit and veggies). When we got there Saturday morning the place was packed! However we only waited for about 5 min and got a cute table by the window. We got offered coffee right away. I don’t drink coffee and neither does Mack but I found it a nice gesture.

Trying to decide what to order was way too difficult due to the wide variety of delicious breakfast foods. Finally I ordered a BOB #4 (a bit of both) that included two eggs, choice of meat (I went with bacon!) and spinach and cheese crepe. It also came with French toast and some fruit on the side. The eggs were done “sunny side up” to perfection; the crepe was just the right amount of cheesy; the French toast and fruit were great and the whole meal was absolutely delectable.


I ordered the juice of the day as well, which was raspberry, orange and banana juice. That juice left my taste buds speechless. I could literally taste the fresh fruit and drank the juice within minutes of getting it. Definitely ordering it again next time I’m at Eggsquis.


Mack ordered duchess crepes, which is an order of three crepes with strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and bananas. He also got buckwheat crepes instead of plain ones (perfect substitute for those of you who prefer to stay gluten free). They were served with syrup, and he got cottage cheese on the side. Cottage cheese was an ultimate topping and along with syrup created an unforgettable taste.


Prices range from $10-15 for fairly big meals; brunch is also offered. Safe to say we both enjoyed our breakfast and are definitely planning on coming back!

Eggsquis on Urbanspoon

It was quite a hot sunny day so I decided to go with an equally sunny outfit! Here’s what I pulled out of my closet:

Top – Ardene

Skirt – U2B

Necklace – Claire’s

Sunglasses – Aeropostale

Shoes – Indigo by Clarks


Bright colours are just what you need this summer and don’t be afraid of whites, they make you look tan. For make up I used Urban Decay Naked 2 palette and the lip plumper that came along with it! If you want to see the finished look follow the link on my page for my Instagram!