Rochelle Loves Hawaii

Aloha! Recently my husband’s parents generously treated the family to a trip to Hawaii. We spent one glorious week in Maui. Hawaii is a place I’ve always wanted to go but felt a bit daunted by the very long journey to get there from where I live (about 10 hours of flying). In reality, I … Continue reading

Rochelle Loves St. Lucia

One of the nice things about getting married (besides getting to spend the rest of your life with the person you love) is you get to go on a honeymoon! Yay! My new husband Ian and I chose the very romantic, and beautiful location of St. Lucia as our honeymoon destination. This small, sunny, tropical … Continue reading

Rochelle Loves Food (Pix)

WARNING! Don’t read this blog if you’re hungry. It’s kind of cliche, but I like taking photos of food. What is it about a delicious looking meal that makes you want to pull out your iPhone and start snapping pix before digging in? Capturing the image of a meal is one way to enjoy it. … Continue reading

Rochelle Loves Chicago

Recently, my fiance and I took a much needed weekend getaway to the wonderful city of Chicago. For Torontonians like us, Chicago was a great place to visit because it’s just a short plane-ride away, and offered so much for us to see and do (and eat!). So here’s a recap of all the stuff … Continue reading

Rochelle Loves Art Inspiration

It’s been a while since I’ve tackled any art endeavors. In recent months I’ve moved to a new home, I’ve started a new job, and to be honest, I just haven’t had the inclination to be arty. But it’s March now, and Spring is on the way, and I have had a few sources of … Continue reading

The Stuff Rochelle Loved about 2012

2012 was a full year with lots going on! Since people generally like to count down things when the year comes to an end, here’s my TOP 10 LIST of stuff I loved in 2012… 1. Watching my big brother get married. 2. Fun times with friends; new and old. 3. Spending lots of quality … Continue reading

Rochelle Loves Good Stuff

Ro and Simon

I used to think of every new year as an opportunity to start fresh. And if there was something I didn’t achieve in the previous year, I would think “OK, this is the year I do that thing I thought I was going to do last year!” Although I think a new year is a … Continue reading