First impressions💏

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It takes just a few seconds, for someone to evaluate you when you are about to schedule an appointment with me or any escort for a first time as well at your end when potentially schedulling .. In this short time, the other person forms an opinion about you based on your demeanor, your mannerisms, and your respect.

With every new encounter, you and I are evaluated and yet another person’s impression of you is formed. These first impressions can be nearly impossible to reverse or undo, and they often set the tone for the relationship that follow.

So, it’s essential that you know how to create a great first impression.

Google her/ my name and phone number…Please contacting us by our prefered method.

Plan to arrive a few minutes early, and allow flexibility for possible delays in traffic or taking a wrong turn. Arriving early is much better that arriving late, and is the first step toward creating a great first impression.

Of course personal hygene is essential. The person you are meeting for the first time doesn’t know you, so your hygene is usually the first clue he or she has to go on.

But, don’t worry! This doesn’t mean that you need to look like a model to create a strong and positive first impression.

Respecting people is very important. Being rude and inconsiderate is a trait of selfish people who treat others like they are worthless.  Do not let anyone treat you like you are average. People who do not respect themselves tend to treat others bad from what I have seen. 

We are all people…Let’s make our first impressions on each other be awesome.




Even when I am using Twitter to share something important, I always seem to sign off quickly..

I try my best to retweet my favorite people.💕

I know I am not on that frequently so please if you are needing to contact me the best way is email or a lovely phone call.

My twitter is a tool not a time warp😙

I do not have twitter on my phone.  When I do go on its on my computor.

When I spend an hour of my day writing in my blog or better yet, reading or enjoying the outdoors – I feel good. Sometimes great. Dedicating myself to pursuits that I love. But pouring myself into a project that expresses who I am, an enterprise that requires immense investment of my time and energy, is much more fulfilling. Either way I am making something. And dedication to a hobby instead of submission to a demand, feels immensely satisfying.

I would rather be with you in person then being on social media conversing.  I found twitter sucked up too much time and left me feeling burned out. 

 I still feel remarkably unburdened. I don’t use Twitter often anymore I’ve realized I don’t need to-but most important of all, I don’t even want to. I spend more time reading, more time writing. and much more cuddling.

Ironically, it was writing that pushed me onto the platform in the first place.

In contrast, Twitter offered an engaged audience. People were reading what I was writing, and they were interested in it. 

Today, I structure social media around my day rather than my day around social media. The one thing social media punishes worst of all? Silence. . It’s exhausting. You are constantly worrying about whether people are tweeting, or posting, more regularly than you are_what if your audience gets bored and leaves you!!!

All I can say now is – good for them, really. If it’s actually good for them.


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Each time when I arrive North…I  begin to fill my soul with joy and the excitement is almost unbearable .  I get to meet new people and get reaquainted with people I have met…We talk about our  passions, dreams, ect. and spend the next hour to many hours together.

But as each trip winds down, the emotions that I feel become much more bittersweet.  Happy to return home…. But also sad to say goodbye .

Fortunately, that sadness at having to say goodbye is always mixed with a sincere in hopes of my returning…

I have always told others, you know you really enjoy your job when you feel bittersweet about leaving. On the one hand, I have new adventures to look forward to in Missississauga with my friends and new friends as well… 

I don’t consider all people clients I consider them my friends. Too corny?  They bring out the best not only in my work, but my personality.

To my wonderful friends….I am back in Mississauga till ?????..Then Im going way Norh…



Northern Ontario💕


I’m going to be honest – there’s SO much to see and do that I need to go back.. While I took 7 days with the end destination as Sault Ste Marie, I am going to easily tack on a several days for both The Soo and Sudbury and who knows where else.  I was content with 7 days for this trip as I knew I’ll be back…. It took me 3 years to go back.. Not sure how long of an adventure is ahead.!!!

I’ve been told that Lake Superior has a certain allure, and I’d say that goes for all of Northern Ontario. There’s just something about the vibe up there that’s different. Maybe it’s the crisp, clear air? Or maybe it’s the hospitality of the locals? It’s hard to put my finger on.  I felt right at home on my last Northern Ontario road trip. I can’t wait to return as the more I explore this beautiful province of mine.. the more I want to be there.

See you soon…


Take time…..🌷🌷🌷

Take some time to just be in your own head whenever you’re walking to or from your next destination. 

These flowers have been good reminders to quite literally “Stop and smell the roses”.


The fact is, no matter how busy we are, stopping to take in life’s beauty that is happening all around us .. It isn’t just a luxury it’s a necessity.


 I invite you to borrow this tried and true “Stop and smell the roses” philosophy for yourself.

And remember that in order to actually stop and smell the roses, you first need to notice them. Even though you’ve “got to” send that text, check that email or make that call, take some time to just be in your own head whenever you’re walking to or from your next destination.

You just might be surprised what wonderful, beautiful and (sometimes) top secret message the universe has in store for you.




I’m sure you guys have noticed that I haven’t been blogging as much as I used to.

I used to blog consistently 2x a week for probably over 4 years when I started … and now I blog maybe once a month, if even that.

As with all things in life, there is no straight-forward, simple answer. There are many reasons I have not been writing much this past while, but I wanted to share the main reason, because I think it is important.

I didn’t have anything to say.  Its been a busy summer.

I went up North and fell in Love with the cities.

My roots are from Northern Ontario..

Growing up in a small Northern Ontario Community, I had thoughts just like almost everyone else who has grown up in a little town – I need to move away from here one day, I need to get out of my small town.?.  I have grown to miss and appreciate the North…I grew up in and the land that surrounds it.

I will return soon.I am so so looking forward..I promise once Im there I will blog more!!!