one - Tazo Vanilla Rooibos Tea // two - Contigo West Loop Mug // three - Manitobah Mukluks // four - Hello Magazine
Fall is slowly turning into winter here in Saskatchewan. As of right now there is no snow, but I can feel it coming. As the weather turns, it really makes me feel like curling up under a blanket with a book and hibernating until spring. As I am curling up with that book, I like to have a nice cup of tea. I am not a coffee person, nor do I think I ever will be. To be totally honest, the smell of Starbucks coffee (sorry Starbucks) makes me feel extremely nauseous, and some other types of coffee will turn my stomach too sometimes. That being said, Starbucks serves Tazo vanilla rooibos. *insert angels singing here*. Seriously, it is that good.
If I am on the go and cannot enjoy my tea at home, I always put it into a contigo mug (sometimes even when I am at home). I haven't had a mug that keeps stuff as hot as this one does, also it is super handy because you only need one hand to drink from it.
I am officially in love with these Metis mukluks (also, I am getting a pair for Christmas! Woohoo!). I can't wait for Christmas and snow so that I can go for a walk while keeping my feet toasty warm. My mom has an old pair of mukluks and they are the warmest boots ever - I can't wait to have my own. Also, Manitobah mukluk works with Canadian Aboriginal artists on many of their beading designs - it is nice to support something that is such a piece of our Canadian culture.
When I said I like to read a book with my tea, I actually meant Hello Magazine. Brett teases me and says that Hello magazine is only for women over 65 but I disagree. How else would I find out what is happening with Will and Kate? It is possible that I am obsessed with the royals...
What are some of your favorite things to transition you from fall to winter?