Here’s Where Canadians Plan to Travel Post-Lockdown

May 21, 2020 at 02:55PM Unfortunately the only travel-related activity we’re doing right now is… cancelling all the plans we’d made for the summer. No more weekend getaways, summer weddings, trips to far-flung destinations. It’s disappointing, but with international travel likely restricted for months to come, Canadians are shifting their

Heroes of Hospitality: 5 star hotels responding to COVID 19 | London | Travel | Luxury London

How the hospitality industry has reacted to coronavirus, from Claridge’s offering suites to NHS workers to the Berkeley cooking free meals for essential workers — Read on luxurylondon.co.uk/travel/london/hotels-hospitality-services-helping-coronavirus London’s heading luxury hotels have responded to COVID-19 by opening up suites across the capital and delivering sustenance to those who need

Williamsburg is basically ‘Wellnessburg,’ and we have the healthy travel guide to prove it

January 15, 2020 at 11:00PM by CWC [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zyrxwk3JFsI] Ready to plan your wellness-rich Williamsburg itinerary? Watch the video for inspo. There isn’t much Well+Good video producer and host Ella Dove hasn’t tried in the name of wellness (horseback yoga, anyone?) So naturally, we tend to trust her opinions on

Checks+Balanced: How a 27-year-old freelancer in San Fransisco finances her wanderlust to travel the world

September 12, 2019 at 01:00PM by CWC Even in a world where questions about menstrual cups and the ins and outs of sex are completely (and blessedly) normal, somehow the ever-ubiquitous use of money remains a touchy subject for many. People want to live their healthiest life ever, but—#realtalk—it can add up. Have you

I’ve Tested This Affordable Skincare Line for a Year—Here Are My Top 7 Products

July 11, 2020 at 06:30AM The most expensive one is £18. By now, you’re likely familiar with our (very fabulous) sister skincare line, Versed. It’s affordable (£18 and under) and composed of 19 sustainably sourced, non-toxic, results-driven skin essentials. From cleansers and serums to masks and toners, Versed has quickly become one of the

A Vancouver-based Street Style Photographer is Selling Prints to Benefit The Loveland Foundation

July 02, 2020 at 04:18PM There are many different ways to support the Black Lives Matter movement through advocacy and financial investment. And this week, Canadian street style photographer Sabrina Fenster, who works under the moniker StreetScout, launched the sale of a series of prints (some with handwritten notes from

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