Remember how in my last warehouse haul post I said that it was warehouse sale season in Vancouver? I was serious. The annual Aritzia Warehouse Sale is back and is their biggest warehouse sale to date. Last year’s sale was huge (you can find that haul here), and this year’s is even bigger with an 85,000 square foot battle field. Shopping this annual event is like going to war with clothes and the rest of the female Vancouver population. You can expect 50-90% off of your favourite Aritzia brands. Thinking about going? Be sure to keep scrolling to find my haul and some survival tips.
The end of August means one thing for a shopaholic like me in Vancouver – warehouse sale season. The annual OAK + FORT warehouse sale is back, and it’s 3X bigger than last year (you can find that haul here). If you’re serious about saving yourself some big bucks and scoring some great deals at up to 80% off, be sure to check out the sale! For a sneak peek at what you can find this weekend, keep scrolling to see our haul from the pre-sale and some tips!
It’s the summer solstice! We finally get to say goodbye to spring, and hello summer. It’s about time, the rain last week was such a bummer. After spending a month abroad in Europe, I’m finally settled back in at home. Besides sorting through thousands of trip photos and editing away, coming home includes jumping right back into working on some campaigns for the summer.
Settle in with a cup of coffee – this one’s going to be long, but I beg you to read until the end.
“A firm decision to do or not to do something”. Every year, as it comes to a close and a new one nears, practically everyone makes the classic New Year’s resolutions. But that’s not what this post is about because quite frankly, I didn’t bother making any.
If you’re a university student, then you probably know the struggle I faced a few weeks ago. Asides from the usual semester-end project deadlines and finals season stress, there’s course selection. And let me tell you, it has genuinely been a pain this time around. I was told by an academic advisor to not even bother taking classes next semester, because there was nothing that worked with my work schedule, and all the ones that did, I didn’t need the class. I couldn’t even opt to take the next level of courses because I was just one credit short. Yes, one.