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The Fresh Perspective...

Freshair Boutique

It's a brand new year and we've taken a moment to think about how fortunate we all are. Praise has welcomed a brand new healthy baby boy - who’s name is in fact not Gary, but Zieohanachidi (Zo for short) - and we all have so many things to be thankful for. The people we surround ourselves with, the job that we love, all of the miscellaneous possessions we have been fortunate enough to afford - the list could go on. This got us thinking.

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After brainstorming with our staff, we've decided we want to show some support for our city. We are all contributing and accepting item donations to Main Street Project for the rest of January and all of February. Please see the list below for their item shortages. Please bring in any of the following to receive a 10% discount on your service. Don't have anything booked but still want to donate? Save your discount for a future appointment or use it toward a product purchase! Stay tuned on our social media for reminders!

Let's show Winnipeg some love. Everybody deserves to have water, warm feet, and all of life's necessities.

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Most In Demand Items:

  • New underwear

  • New or gentle used socks

  • Bottled water

  • Coffee 

  • Sugar and coffee whitener 

Please know that there are many other items to donate. If you are looking for inspiration, take a look at their website here.

-that's the fresh perspective...

The heat is on

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tumblr_m6lnq7IQyf1qc4uvwo1_400What did you get into this weekend?  It was a splendid weekend of heat and sun and warmth and heat and sun.  Oh, it was glorious!  Especially after suffering through minus 55 degrees on more than one occasion, I welcomed the sun burning my skin a little bit.  It always amazes me that Manitoba has the ability to have the MOST extreme weather conditions.  Blistering hot or chillingly cold... We got it.

so many Winnipeggers do this...

Any specific way you try to beat the heat?  I'm sure you all have tips and tricks.  What about for hair?  For sure during this time, you could ease up on your cream rinse (it's too heavy during these humid months), maybe stay away from cutting bangs (it's a built-in heat keeper), and get a few more highlights (this dries out your hair so you need less washing).

imagesAt the end of the day, getting your hair up and out-of-the-way will always be the best way to beat the heat.  Use whatever you can, and if need be, ask your stylist for some tips.  We know how to help you help yourself!

 

Peace

 

the fresh perspective...

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SUMMERTIME IN MB Osborne Street

What are you thinking about getting into now that the summer is here?  I, for one, am an avid planner.  I have a few things lined up for the summer.

If I'm in town, I'll be checking out the festival on Canada Day on Osborne.  For August I'll be going to Stonewall for Quarry Days and driving out to Morden for the Corn and Apple Festival.

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There's so much to do in Manitoba if you're into going for a bit of a drive.  There's a lot to see IN Winnipeg, but that much more to see OUTSIDE of Winnipeg.  It's funny how before having kids, I never really bothered with my province.  Now, I find that I'm looking for things to do to help us spend time together and help us get out to enjoy the nice weather we can have.

Clowning it up in Morden, Manitoba

At sometime I'll head out to Falcon Beach and at some point and we'll pitch a tent in the backyard.  I'm also into watching movies in the park (sans children).  I'm excited and ready!  If you have any suggestions of places I should check out, leave me a message!  I'll try to make an appearance!  That's the fresh perspective...