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Glow Baby, Glow

Image via Vogue There is no denying it, your skin takes a beating during the Winter. If you're like me and you refuse to hit the tanning beds, then you're also feeling a bit pale and downright blah. This week on the blog, I wanted to share a few tips & tricks to keep your skin hydrated and glowing. Obviously one of the best ways to keep your skin healthy is a well balanced diet and plenty of fluids. Drink lots of water and get that beauty sleep, girl! You don't want to spend all your cash on these skin products, all to have it not work because you're dehydrated and malnourished. Having a hard time falling asleep at a...

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Part II: Cold Weather Beauty & Fashion Must-Haves

Image via Pinterest  I must say, this has been an incredibly busy stretch for the Fashion Truck and we couldn't be more excited! We're super busy with lots of private holiday parties and even travelled to Ottawa this past weekend to spread the love. We're pretty booked up this holiday season, but as of now, we do have a couple of spots left, so if you're interested, email either or and we can figure out a date! It's such a magical time of year, what's better than making mulled wine and shopping new arrivals with your closest girlfriends? Can't beat it. Speaking of the holiday season, our neighbors south of the border, are celebrating Thanksgiving and we can't help but think about...

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Two Part Series: Cold Weather Beauty & Fashion Must-Haves

Image via Pinterest  Since I started working for Ashley, I have learned how to be a more independent professional; not relying on others to take the lead or critique me in my performance on a daily basis. I'm not sure if most or any of you know but for the first 6 1/2 years of my career, I was a Sports broadcaster. I was a TV/Radio Host and Reporter, and worked for Sportsnet 590 THE FAN, Sportsnet and Leafs TV. Drastically different from the fashion world to say the least. When you're in the spotlight every day, the bosses typically feel the need to guide or essentially analyze every move made by the on-air talent. It's suffocating. I can't even begin to describe...

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