I’m one of those people who have trouble concentrating at home. There’s always something to do, clean, watch, make, etc., and so I also find myself sidetracked or seriously distracted even when I manage to sit down and work. Studying or finding a place to work in Markham isn’t the easiest thing to do – libraries fill up fast here and aren’t that plentiful.
I love the cafe atmosphere of nursing a drink for a couple of hours while working, or just catching up with friends over a a cup of joe. There have been more coffee shops popping up over the last few years that offer exactly that. Continue reading Coffee Shops in Markham→
My absolute favourite doughnut was the one I had from Dough (fun fact: I did not even buy this doughnut but my friend let me eat so much of it that I don’t know how we still didn’t finish it). I have been sorely disappointed at finding alternatives here, and definitely no place offered a hibiscus doughnut.
When I told my friend I was going to Portland, besides warning me of its weirdness, he highly recommended Voodoo Doughnuts.
Life for the past 3.5 months of 2016 has been pretty crazy with lots of new beginnings and I’m finding it hard to make time to do all the things on my list. One thing I have been doing is eating lots of sweets and brunch, as you shall see below.
Spontaneous trips for macarons to raise low spirits.
Update: As of December 2015, Moo Milk Bar has closed.
I’ve been wanting to go to the beach all summer, and the one day we chose to go, it was frigid and had the beginnings of rain. So after skipping rocks for awhile, we decided to head over to Moo Milk Bar for some cheering-up.
We wandered past here during National Doughnut Day and decided to grab a snack as all we had to eat were, naturally, doughnuts. We were attracted by both the storefront and the painting on the side (of a very long wiener dog).