Halifax Date Ideas: for the one who loves the Holidays

While many people might think that Halifax looks like this all winter:

from Ilia – Exploring Halifax during the snowstorm #halifax – #halifax #yhz #novascotia #canada

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The true Haligonians know that some nights it’s also a winter wonderland.

Plus we still need to go out, have fun and treat our loved ones to a nice evening once in a while. Especially the ones that are CRAZY for Christmas (I am one of those people).

So how can we make the most out of the season here in the city?

Read on for a date to melt both your hearts this holiday!

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The Perfect Halifax Date for: the one who likes hole-in-the-wall places

The first in an ongoing series of date ideas for those of you who are hitting planner’s block when it comes to your significant other (or your friends/family). This blog will give you the perfect date in Halifax for the one who likes hole in the wall places. Whether it’s a casual Friday, or a more special occaision, you want to make sure you avoid getting into a rut or a routine. Read on for the details:

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6 Steak Restos in Halifax that you Need to Try Next Date Night

1. Ryan Duffy’s

This is a hidden gem, filled with rich retirees and anniversary dates, but it can serve any carnivore well. Share the steakhouse nachos to start, but only if you’re really hungry because they fill you up fast. If you’re like me, no apetizer can stand in the way of you finishing your 9oz tenderloin and garlic mash. Continue reading “6 Steak Restos in Halifax that you Need to Try Next Date Night”

Orientation Week: Putting your health first

Your mindful Monday is hitting you on a Sunday because today is Move in Day at MSVU and the relevance is HIGH.

This week there has been and will be: reunions between friends, tears between family members, excitement and nervousness between your stomachs and hearts, and bright, beautiful places ready to be the homes of your incredible journeys through University.

What we sometimes forget is that this week there has been, and will be, times when we put our (I’m including myself) health at risk. I’m not just talking about physical health, or mental health. This week for new and returning students will be full of stress, anxiety, excitement, heavy lifting, overload of information and importantly a LOT of fun.

This is a lot for our body, brain and heart to process. When you’re enjoying every moment of back to school keep in mind that you need to take care of you first!

Some steps to try and make your first week as healthy and happy as possible: Continue reading “Orientation Week: Putting your health first”