NEW YEARS | 2016 New Years Resolution

31.12.15


Hey kittens!

Happy New Years to everyone, and wow, do I have a lot of plans to share with you for this year! This year we are going to start off with a giveaway that will be announced on January 1st which I hope you will all enjoy!

My New Years resolution for the blog is to have a post everyday of the week and to rebrand myself, as you can see we have a new look. As for Youtube I am working on redoing all of my thumbnails so that they appeal to people! As for Instagram I want to post once a day as well, to correspond with the blog posts going up.

My personal New Years resolution is to work harder and push myself to keep at blogging and Youtubing and making more connections and working with new brands this year!

I'm curious to what every else's New Years resolutions are for this year, let me know down below in the comments!

SPONSORED | Poulin's Pest Control

22.12.15



Hey kittens!

Today we have a sponsored post about Poulin's Pest Control! They have locations from British Columbia to Ontario, so you know they are good. They have been around since the 1940's, and Poulin's is the main reason that Alberta is rat-free today which is pretty amazing. They take care of everything including rodents, insects, bed bugs, mosquitos, flies, birds and washroom care and they will take care of your business and your home, doesn't matter where you're having the issue!

 Since I am located in Calgary I'd love to talk about their Calgary locations and how they specifically customize their programs for Calgary's unique needs. Since Calgary is located on the Bow River but is also surrounded by foothills and prairies. This means that we have a lot of insects like flies, mosquitoes, bed bugs and mainly mice for the rodents.

As a lot of people know Alberta is known to be rat-free but that doesn't stop them from getting in when tourists visit or food trucks come through by accident. We aren't mouse free though and they can be a big issue as well because they can get into almost anywhere and carry germs. An even bigger issue in Calgary is bed bugs. Since the city has been expanding the bed bug issue has been as well. I have never had to deal with them but they say that they are mostly harmless but they are very invasive and hard to detect and even harder to get rid of.

Poulin's Pest Control Calgary specifically focuses on being proactive and looks for the issues that support pest survival and addresses these issues with you. They thoroughly inspect your home and then they customize a suitable program unique to your situation so that is is the most effective. They want you to be confident in their abilities to remove the pests and keep them out and supply amazing customer service according to their testimonials which you can read here http://www.poulins.ca/about-us/testimonials!

They also make products to help you control the pests as well. They make mattress covers for bed bug protection, multiple products for insects in general, they also make live traps which I really appreciate personally and last but not least they make a few other rodent traps.

If you're interested in Poulin's Pest Control and you're in Calgary you can contact them on their website http://www.poulins.ca/locations/alberta/calgary or if you're located somewhere else you can click on this link http://www.poulins.ca/locations and find a location near you! I think it's safe to say that this company is incredibly thorough and extremely professional.

Remember, there is no Foolin' with Poulin!

SPONSORED | Fur Coats

Hey kittens!

Today we have a sponsored post from FurCoats.com. Fur Coats specializes in quality fur coats and winter apparel accessories and is based out of Winnipeg, Canada. They pride themselves in quality fur apparel in the latest styles at factory prices. The majority of their items are made in Canada and the USA, depending on the product some are even made fresh when ordered and if so they take only 1-2 days.
Sapphire Mink Fur Jacket - $5124.94
Quality is extremely important to them. They inspect every product before it gets shipped out and if you're unhappy then you can of course return it for a full refund which is really lovely. The majority of their products ship out of Winnipeg, Canada but they also have manufacturing and distribution in New York, New York. The products always ship with UPS within 1-6 days no matter where they are coming from. They are also very strict with their transactions and use a secured 128 bit encrypted secure servers and they also don't store any credit card information after a transaction is completed so there is never any worries of your credit card information being stolen.

Red Fox Fur Coat with Natural Highlights - $3374.98
The main types of fur they sell are mink, fox, rabbit and lynx. They mostly sell woman's fur coats as there is one two selections for mens coats. Fur Coats prices vary between a couple hundred to a couple thousand and you can definitely expect the utmost quality, they come in sizes small to extra large. Fur Coats sources all of their furs from government regulated fur auctions and you can read more about that here https://www.nafa.ca/about/fur-facts! Mink fur coats start at $499.90, fox starts at $299.95, rabbit starts at $219.95, Lynx starts at $3999.95, the mens coats start at $499.95 and fur vests start at $65.95.


Leopard Print Rabbit Fur Coat with Raccoon Collar - $499.96
They have a very detailed section on how to care for your fur coats and everything you can do to keep them looking brand new just like the day you bought it! They suggest things like making sure that the coat has enough room in your closet and to never keep it in a plastic bag, only cloth if it must be in one and to make sure it is not exposed to a lot of light because that will fade the furs. The furs are actually pretty durable and you just need to use common sense when caring for them. They like cold and not heat, or friction or chemicals. Smells really cling to furs which means that you shouldn't spray insecticides or perfume including cedar.

Full Length Lynx Fur Coat - $7499.98
Your fur can get a little bit wet and can handle snow and light rain. All you have to do is shake it out and hang to dry, don't blow dry it because the heat will dry out the furs. If however the fur has been soaked through bring it to a fur retailer for proper treatment. In the off season you might even want to take it to a local furrier to store it professionally. You can read more about the care instructions here http://www.furcoats.com/info/faq/care-questions/.

If you're interesting on purchasing a fur coat I recommend checking out the website because they have so many beautiful options if that's something you're interested in!