Adele Paul

Author Bio:

Adele Paul is an ex-teacher and world traveller turned stay-at-home mommy and blogger. The only thing she likes better than a night out with fine food and girlfriends is 8pm cuddle-time with her 3 children at her Saskatoon home. Find her at:


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7 Tips for Surviving the Night with a Baby in Your Hotel Room

Posted on: March 30, 2018

To stay or not stay? The dreaded baby-in-a-hotel-room conundrum is enough to get any travelling parent’s head spinning. What are the best sleeping arrangements? To flush or not to flush after that 2am pee break? Will the light from the Kindle be enough to disturb your little one’s descent into
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Make Memories in the Desert with These 6 Awesome Adventures for Families in Palm Springs

Posted on: March 9, 2018

Headed to Palm Springs with your family? With the lovely desert weather, ample opportunity to relax, and plenty of good eats, there’s no place better to kick-back with loved ones, but if you’re looking for an adventure or two, we’ve got you covered! Check out our AWESOME list of… 6
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8 Tips For Dealing With a Dreaded Holiday Sickness

Posted on: February 20, 2018

Presented by Boogie Wipes® Winter is the perfect time for a break with the family! Whether it’s enjoying the best of the season or escaping to a hot destination, there’s no better time to enjoy some QT with loved ones. Unfortunately, winter is also cold & flu season. Sickness can
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Which Canadian Prairie City is All The Rage in 2018?

Posted on: January 31, 2018

Last year it was featured in Vogue and then USA Today. This year, a certain understated city is the only Canadian destination to be named in the New York Times 52 Places to Go list! That’s right, ladies and gentleman, you heard it here! The humble, prairie city of Saskatoon is
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7 Family-Friendly Adventures for Your Winter Holiday in Banff and Lake Louise

Posted on: January 8, 2018

Craving a mountain getaway this winter? Think cozy log cabins with alpine vistas and delicious food and craft beer served by the fire after a day of skiing on powdery slopes. Think snow-capped peaks, hot tubs, fresh mountain air, and the feel of the wind on your face as you
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Returning from Holiday? Avoid a Post-Holiday Crash and Ease Back into Reality With These 7 Simple Steps

Posted on: January 5, 2018

We’ve all been there. After all the excitement of an impending holiday and the endless planning that finally results in you and your family getting a much-needed break from the daily grind, you return home and, instead of feeling refreshed, you find yourself dealing with a post-holiday crash of epic
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3 Square Meals in Palm Springs (at 3 Not-So-Square Restaurants!)

Posted on: December 22, 2017

The best kept secret about Palm Springs? It’s a haven for foodies! From a wide range of international cuisine to restauranteurs committed to the sustainable food movement, Palm Springs has something–something sophisticated–for every taste. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner, if you’re on the hunt for the hottest food in the desert,
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5 Reasons to Visit LEGOLAND Windsor Resort this Christmas Season

Posted on: November 13, 2017

From the moment you step into LEGOLAND Windsor Resort for your Christmas experience, you’ll know your arrived somewhere magical! The spirit of the season is everywhere as you make your grand entrance into the park. Visitors will be pleasantly surprised to find that the festive season is not an afterthought
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Make Your List and Check it Twice for the 6 Best Christmas Markets in the World

Posted on: November 6, 2017

Twinkling lights, bustling crowds, crisp air, handcrafts made with love, and the spiced warming smells of the season–there’s nothing quite like a Christmas market to drum up that festive spirit! Christmas markets are a tradition around the world, but no matter way they are, they have a way of transporting
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Our Greatest Assets – Canada’s Nicest Buttes!

Posted on: July 17, 2017

Butte noun \ˈbyüt\ (noun) :  an isolated hill or mountain with steep or precipitous sides or crevices usually having a small summit area Canada is a natural wonderland! With more miles of coastline than anywhere on the planet, grandiose mountain ranges, vast expanses of unspoiled tundra, majestic plains, and more
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