This time of year, our Instagram feeds are awash with millennial pink as pretty much everyone we follow is snapping pics of the cherry blossoms abloom in their city. And while there are few things we savour more than scrolling through our phones on a Saturday morning (in bed with a latte, natch), there’s nothing quite as exquisite as taking in the powdery pink flowering trees IRL. Once they blossom they don’t last long—so make sure to get out this weekend to one of these landmarks that offer the perfect vantage points for cherry blossoms in Canada. Take a deep breath in—and, OK, maybe a pic or two for your Insta….
Where to see cherry blossoms in Vancouver: Arbutus Ridge
Where to see cherry blossoms in Vancouver: Queen Elizabeth Park
Where to see cherry blossoms in Toronto: High Park
Don’t you think it’s mind-boggling how no one ever truly knows you? I mean, you only show bits and pieces of yourself to the people who see you. You are percieved different by your brother, sister, dad and by your mom, or even your friends, co-workers and by the stranger on the subway, wherever. Even you, yourself is different when no one is looking. Who then is the version of yourself that is true? Think about it.