CONTEST | Win Tickets To Lennon: Through A Glass Onion

“There were moments when you’d have sworn it was Lennon resurrected, it was that good…”
– Liverpool Confidential

Lennon: Through a Glass Onion

Part-concert and part-biography, Lennon: Through a Glass Onion showcases 31 hits of Lennon and Lennon/McCartney including “Imagine”, “Revolution”, “Jealous Guy”, “A Day in the Life”, “Strawberry Fields Forever”, and “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” in a kaleidoscope collage of song, word and emotion.

Lennon: Through a Glass Onion, is making its Canadian debut!

John Lennon is one of those names that is instantly recognizable. Whether founding The Beatles with John McCartney, or his work with multiple charities – John Lennon is one of the most respected names in music history, and Lennon: Through a Glass Onion aims to tell his story.

Inspired by the song “Glass Onion,” which was John Lennon’s postscript to The Beatles, the critically acclaimed show peels away the layers of time and myth to offer insight into the essence of the life and astonishing talent of one of the world’s most treasured icons.


Lennon: Through a Glass Onion is making its Canadian debut for two nights only, and I’m giving away a pair of tickets!

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CONTEST | Enter To WIN A Pair Of Tickets To The Everything To Do With Sex Show

Enter To WIN A Pair Of Tickets To 17th Annual The Everything To Do With Sex Show In Toronto

Everything To Do With Sex Show

Are you looking for something fun, flirty, and sexy to do this weekend?

The Everything To Do With Sex Show is coming back to Toronto for its 17th year and I’m giving away a pair of tickets!

Why should you attend The Everything To Do With Sex Show, you ask?

With over 150 different exhibitors, our show is dedicated to introducing products and services that will make you feel and look sexier than ever before.

The Everything To Do With Sex Show isn’t all about kink either, guys. (Though, there is a lot of that…including a Kink Stage.) The Everything To Do With Sex Show is also educational. There are professional speakers such as Carlyle Jansen, Dr. Laurie Betito, Carlen Costa and others who will be speaking on a variety of topics in the Seminar Room.

Everything To Do With Sex Show

Want to win a pair of tickets to The Everything To Do With Sex Show?

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Good luck, and I hope to see you there!

What I Devour | The Meal To End All Meals At The Citizen

Have you ever had one of those meals that was just so amazing that you couldn’t stop thinking about it, even weeks later? Like – you would find yourself day dreaming about that delish plate of pasta you devoured…or that succulent steak that was cooked so perfectly that it just melted in your mouth?

The Citizen Toronto

I have, and recently, might I add. A couple of weeks ago I was invited out to The Citizen for a hosted dinner. I was able to briefly stop by the media launch of the new menu for The Citizen a month or two ago, but I didn’t get a chance to try any of the food. (I triple booked myself on events that night and by the time I got there…it was too late. #FailJJ) I did chat with other bloggers who had a chance to try the dishes – and everyone was raving about every.single.thing. So when the team invited me out for dinner, needless to say – I was more than happy to go out!

Woke up thinking about the new cheeseburger at The Citizen 🍔🙌🏼 #MyCitizenTO

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I wasn’t too sure what to expect from The Citizen, to be honest. I mean, I have many, MANY memories from when this used to be Brant House. Far too many nights were spent here, drinking and dancing the night away. Now though, it’s revamped and I felt a pang of nostalgia when I walked in.

I was excited to check out the menu and see what owners and co-chefs – former Chopped Canada contestant, Jonathan O’Callaghan and Binh An Nguyen came up with for The Citizen.

“The Citizen is guided by a simple philosophy: if food is made with love, guests will always be happy. The Citizen blends a fresh take on local ingredients to create a unique and sharing style menu.”

Both O’Callaghan and Nguyen came out to chat with me and my friend, Marcel, throughout the night. When we first sat down, O’Callaghan’s first words to us were, “I hope you’re hungry!” Now, I knew that I would be having a large dinner – so I didn’t eat lunch*…thinking I would have a bigger appetite and be able to inhale more deliciousness at dinner – so, yes, I WAS STARVING.

Marcel and I checked out the menu, realizing that every darn thing sounded delicious – we were struggling to narrow down our list of dishes. Finally, we did narrow it down to a few dishes that we would share between us. Little did we know though, O’Callaghan and Nguyen had some surprises up their sleeves and brought out additional dishes from their secret menu.

Yes, The Citizen has a secret menu. And yes, you need to ask the server about it. Seriously – do it, because the Hawaiian Punch Bao was out of this world delicious.

The Citizen Toronto Stuffed Chicken Wings


green chorizo + romesco hot sauce + machego + scallions

The Citizen Toronto Pasta

The Citizen Toronto Pasta ITALIAN WEDDING TAGLIATELLE – $22

beef meatballs + rapini + crushed chilies + pecorino

The Citizen Toronto Steak CALI-CUT STRIPLOIN – $29

40 day dry aged strip + pomme puree +roasted broccoli + truffle jus
The Citizen Toronto Dessert
maple + bacon


“The Citizen Restaurant + Bar is where King West feels at home. It’s a place to catch the game, hang out on the patio, enjoy a cozy dinner for two or party late into the night.”

That night, we ate so much delicious food at The Citizen that I was suffering from the itis and falling asleep at the table. I had to be rolled out to the car where I struggled to keep my eyes open during the 10 minute drive home! Best of all…I had leftovers for the next day. The meal that just keeps on giving! LOL

So if you’re looking for a memorable meal – on oh-so-many levels – I suggest hitting up The Citizen, and of course, sneaking a few items off of their secret menu.

*I know – I know, this likely wasn’t the wisest move…but I did it, and there’s no going back now. But from now on I will try my darndest to get the proper amount of meals in daily…

#WorldMentalHealthDay | It Gets Better, I Swear – It Does Get Better

These posts are never easy to write. Scratch that, they’re never easy to start writing…but, once I get started – it’s as if I literally cannot stop the words from coming out. So…if it sounds like I’m rambling a little bit it’s because I likely am and am not even going to edit this before I post it because then I may chicken out and not hit publish…

I can’t tell you how many times I have started a post of this nature, gotten a couple of lines in and the overwhelming feeling of failure/embarrassment/whatever takes over and I cannot continue.

*At this moment I have exactly 374 posts in my draft folder…that’s not including what I’ve written in my notepad on my phone, or the notebooks strewn and hidden all around my apartment…each of those are in double digits…

Most people don’t even realize that mental health is something I have been battling forever. They see the ‘happy-go-lucky’ gal they know online, and don’t realize there is so much more to it…to me.

semicolon tattoo

“I think the saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless and they don’t want anyone else to feel like that.”

I’m not sure why we feel so self conscious about sharing our personal struggles with mental health. Is it because there is still such a stigma surrounding them? It’s so frustrating. This is something I have personally battled with for as long as I can remember, yet at times it honesty feels as though we haven’t made any strides in favour of publicly accepting that mental health is a disease and should be treated as such.

I shared a personal post a while back about the fact that I had a suicide attempt almost four years ago. It was titled, “Part One – How Did I Get Here” and I had a vision in my head about sharing Part Two (my stay in the mental health ward), Part Three (acknowledging my past and how it has affected who I am today) and Part Four (my depression and anxiety do not define me), but like I said earlier on in this post…something has always hindered me from either finishing the post or hitting publish.

zooey deschanel emotional

Not until recently has it seemed even a little bit “ok” to share your struggle with mental health. It was just something you didn’t discuss. For so long, so many didn’t understand just how serious of an issue this is; people thought those battling mental illness were just ‘looking for attention,’ that they should just ‘be happy for what they had because so many others had it worse.’ That’s not how it works, guys.

Sorry, not sorry.

Meghan Yuri Young said it best in her recent post,

“There are champions of cancer, alzheimer’s and heart disease, but when it comes to mental health, the silence is deafening. Shame, fear and confusion often accompany any revelations of mental health issues…”

I’ve been noticing more and more celebrities coming out acknowledging their own battles – which in turn, I hope – is helping to alleviate the stigma surrounding mental health. Let’s face it. We live in a pop culture driven society, we do. Kids these days are looking up to celebrities more than ever for inspiration, wanting to be the next Demi Lovato, J.K. Rowling, Lena Dunham, Kid Cudi, Russel Brand, Jason Mraz

Yup – each and every one of those celebrities, and many, many more – are battling their own fight with mental illness. Thankfully they have been open and share their struggle, which I hope in turn makes those suffering feel even just a little bit less alone.

I know what it’s like to feel alone; I know what it’s like to feel worthless. To feel as though nothing you say or do matters – that everyone would be much better without you around because you’re nothing but a burden.

It’s not true though. And after years of struggling to not only realize this, but also accept it – I’m finally getting to the point where I believe it. I still have my moments. I still have those times where I question myself, my worth, my everything…but I have removed a lot of toxins (people, places, things…) from my life. By removing those and working on loving myself, I am slowly but surely getting there.

This is the thing with depression and anxiety and things of this sort – you’re never “healed.” I’m sorry, you’re just not. If you were thinking there was a magic pill out there that will just make you feel better – it doesn’t exist. Yes, medication works for many, as do other alternatives (diet, exercise, etc.) – but the fact of the matter is that this is a fight you will be battling forever. The only thing that will change is your stance on the matter.

…find the fighter in you.

You need to find the fighter in you, that voice inside of you that has been buried by the assholes of mental health. The voice that says, ‘Screw this – you DESERVE to be happy!” and will help you fight through the pain.

That voice will help you find the strength to realize that on the other side of all of this pain that you are feeling – there is a life worth living. I promise you this.


Words I Write | Sometimes It’s Ok To Be Selfish

jenn and the city

Real life isn’t always the silly selfies you see online. Real life can be hard; real life can be exhausting.

There will be those days where you feel down and out; those days where you feel frustrated and angry.

Those days where you will just want (and maybe even need) to just shut out from everyone and everything…and that’s ok.

There is no harm or shame in taking a little time to yourself.

It’s a healthy thing to do – disconnect and just ~*LiVe*~ your life.

It’s become so easy to get preoccupied and swept up into this whole thing, this “online life” we live…but, take that step back every now and then.

After the rain, the sun will reappear. There is life. After the pain, the joy will still be here.

Recharge and refocus your energy.

But always remember that no matter how bad it seems, it will get better.

…ok, love you – bye.

Oh How The Times Have Changed…Na Zdrowie With Wybo

Back in my hayday I would be out at the clubs on the regular. I mean, like – I would work at them five nights a week and party at them the other two. Our little crew of industry peeps would have our own booth where we would order up bottles on a Tuesday night…just because. Or, as you can see below – if it was my birthday and I clearly got a little too knife-happy. LOL

In fact – some of my best memories from my twenties revolve around the nightlife industry. I’ve made some great friends there…and my longest relationship started in a club.
 …that’s a whole ‘nother post, on a whole ‘nother subject matter though…stay tuned for that one…and get your popcorn ready because it’s a dousey.

the good old days

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Anyways, I’m getting off topic here. What was I talking about again? Oh yeah – that club life. When I was working, whether I was bartending or doing bottle service – the most popular drink of choice was always vodka. Always.

“Hey, sexy – can I get a vodka soda?” *rolls eyes*

#TBT to my bartending days 💁

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It makes sense though. Let’s be honest, vodka is freaking delicious. You can mix it with juice; you can mix it with soda. You can have it on the rocks; you can have it as a shot.
That actually sounds like an alcoholic version of a Dr. Seuss book. LOL

Either way you slice your limes – vodka is a pretty universally liked drink.

Actually, vodka makes up 20-25% of spirits sold in North America today…so, the stats are there…it’s one of the most popular spirits.

While the more popular name brand that describes a certain colour of a certain animal is pretty good – there are other options out there, guys. Broaden your horizons once in awhile. Try something new. Just saying.

My friends at Wybo recently sent me a bottle to try out and that I did. Obvs. In fact, I tried this Polish vodka with a Polish person. And – on top of that, he who shall not be named actually said he preferred Wybo to some of the other more popular vodka brands, and he wasn’t just saying that because he’s polish and rooting for his home brand.

Pro Tip: Keep your vodka in the freezer. It won’t freeze, and is best served ice cold, baby.

After some poking around on the Wybo website, I noticed they have a few different cocktail recipe suggestions. Colour me intrigued!

These are a few of my fave Wybo cocktails:

Wybo Shirley Nowak

How to mix

A great drink for hot (or cold, or average temperature) days. And making it is no sweat. Fill highball glass with ice, pour Wybo, grenadine and ginger ale. A lime wedge to top things off. Na Zdrowie!


(a one shot serving)

  • Wyborowa – 1 part
  • Grenadine – 1/4 part
  • Ginger Ale – 3 parts
  • Lime Wedge
Wybo Warsaw Storm

How to mix

Got a minute? You won’t even need that long. Fill a lowball glass with ice cubes and pour Wybo, grapefruit juice and cranberry juice. A lime wedge makes the crowning glory. Na Zdrowie!


(a one shot serving)

  • Wyborowa – 1 part
  • Cranberry Juice – 2 parts
  • Grapefruit Juice – 1 part
  • Lime Wedge

So, the next time you’re at the liquor store – I suggest trying something new! Pick up a bottle of Wybo and try out some new cocktails…and, of course – invite me over for a drink!

Na Zdrowie!

Where Is Home? Creating A Lifetime Of Memories In Norfolk County

As someone who has moved more times than she can count (seriously, it’s over 30 times and I’m only 32 years old) – it was always difficult to know where “home” was. Sure – I had my house/apartment…where I would go every night and lay my head – but where was HOME? Well – that was always my great grandparents house in Norfolk County.

No matter where I moved in the city, and eventually across North America – that house, my great grandparents house – was always home base.

Norfolk County’s most popular tourist attractions are the beaches, ports, towns and villages along Lake Erie, known as Ontario’s South Coast. These towns include Port Dover, Turkey Point, Long Point, Simcoe, Delhi, Waterford and Port Rowan.

I would spend every summer here with my grandmother. We would take a bus into Hamilton, Ontario bright and early, have breakfast or lunch at the mall (she’d always treat me to a McDonald’s happy meal) then wander over to the thrift store to browse the bookshelves while we waited for our second bus that would eventually take us right into Simcoe, Ontario.

jenn and the city norfolk county

Here my days would be spent doing a few different things: playing in the massive backyard that backed onto a golf course; we’d head down to either Clifton Park or Lynwood Park and feed the ducks; we would hop in the back of my grandmother’s brothers milk truck (yes, he still delivered milk in glass bottles to houses!) and head to the farmer’s market. And after my great grandfather passed – sometimes we would even head over to the cemetery down the street and pay our respects.

Life in Norfolk County was just simpler.

Eventually, my great grandmother got to a point where she was struggling to take care of herself on her own – so my grandparents packed up and left Toronto to move down to Norfolk County to help her out.

Then when I was older and had a car – I would take my nieces, sister, and mother down as often as I could. Christmas and most holidays in general was spent there annually, and we’d take weekend trips down to visit. It had gotten to the point where I could do that 2.5 hours drive with my eyes closed (I wouldn’t – obviously, I just mean that I knew that route like the back of my hand, LOL).

Those road trips have made for many hilarious memories with my family. Whether it’s belting out Whitney Houston tunes with the windows down, or being the only car heading along Highway 24 so we honk and say hello to the farmers and workers we pass along the way – these trips have always been a source of memories that I cherish deeply.

Now that my nieces are older – we want to create these types of memories with them. While my family may not have the house in Norfolk County anymore – because the County holds such a dear place in my and my sisters heart – we want to carry that love of Norfolk County over to my nieces. And that’s exactly what we did recently when we headed down for a fun-filled 24 hours in Norfolk County.

Though the three of them were all quite sick and I was on maybe 3 or 4 hours sleep – we met up bright and early to make our way to Norfolk County. My nieces both have this indescribable energy about them. They’re silly and fun and always up for my ridiculous shenanigans. No matter what kind of mood I am in, being around them instantly makes me feel better. They’re like my own personal human version of anti-depressants. LOL

For this trip to Norfolk County, we were staying in a new (to us) part. We had spent the majority of our time in Norfolk County in the town of Simcoe, where my great grandparents house was. This trip though – brought us to Long Point, Norfolk County.

long point wetlands norfolk county

Long Point is located on the north shore of Lake Erie, Ontario, about 2.5 hours south west of Toronto. Situated in Norfolk County, Long Point and the surrounding watershed is an area rich with natural and cultural heritage in the heart of Carolinian Canada; home to a wide array of species, biodiverse ecosystems, and incredible scenery.

As I was chatting with Ted, from Norfolk Tourism, he mentioned that the owners of Long Point BeachClub, where we were staying for this trip, were a long-time Norfolk family. They had roots developed in Norfolk County and wanted to invest their time and energy into growing the county. Not only did the family own the Long Point Beach Club, but they also own the The Causeway Restaurant & Marketplace across the street and their daughter even came back into town because she wanted to contribute too – so she opened Bella’s Bakery.

There’s that sense of family, of home, again.

Over the next couple of days, I am going to share some of the highlights from our trip with you guys. My blog is a diary, of sorts, and I love being able to chronicle all of the fun adventures I get up to and I hope you enjoy reading about them!

#TogetherWithTwoOceans and The Bachelorette Canada


If you follow me on Twitter and Snapchat – you’ll know that I am obsessed with a fan of the whole Bachelor/Bachelorette/Bachelor in Paradise franchise.

Over the past couple of seasons, I have actually scheduled my time around the weekly episodes because one of my favourite things to do is pour myself a glass of wine, or two, and live-tweet while I watch the shows.

Truthfully – there isn’t much reality TV that I watch on a regular basis, but these shows have pulled me in and there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight!

Especially now that The Bachelorette has come to Canada.

the bachelorette canada

Just two weeks ago, The Bachelorette Canada aired for the very first time. There is an entertaining cast of gentlemen* vying for the love and attention from Canada’s first-ever Bachelorette, Jasmine. Don’t let the fact that this is the Canadian-version of The Bachelorette fool you – it’s just as drama-filled as the US counterpart!

We’ve seen the guys meet Jasmine for the first time; we’ve seen the guys literally wrestly for Jasmine’s attention; we’ve even seen the guys and Jasmine jet off to Jamaica where a game of Spin-the-Bottle – Truth or Dare style, was played with a bottle of Two Oceans Wine.

Two Oceans Wine is one of the sponsors of The Bachelorette Canada, and the The Bachelorette Canada Aftershow, and they were generous enough to send me out my very own viewing party kit. Full of wine, snacks, comfy socks and a blanket – I’m now all set to live tweet my way through the entire The Bachelorette Canada season!


While it’s still very early in the season – off of first impressions, I’m a big fan of Mikhel’s. He seems sweet, and caring, and most importantly – he seems genuine. Like – did you see when he kissed Jasmine for the first time? With his hands on her face, in between kisses, he whispered “My hands are trembling,” because he was so nervous. #swoon

RelationshipGoals: find someone who's so excited to kiss me that his hands tremble like Mikhel’s on #BacheloretteCA Click To Tweet

What’s awesome is that Two Oceans Wine and The Bachelorette Canada have made it even easier, and more fun, to follow along each week! You can head to their website and download your very own Watch Party Kit. This kit comes with invitations that you can send out to your friends, recipes for some delicious food and drink, and of course – the best part, the games!

Download your Watch Party Kit HERE and join me online tonight, and every Tuesday night all season long, as we see if Canada’s first-ever Bachelorette will find true love on The Bachelorette Canada.

I’m also going to share some recaps and my thoughts on each episode here on le blogaroo, so stay tuned for that!

* I am using the term ‘gentlemen’ loosely here because, well…to be honest…some of them don’t appear to be gentlemen…more so d-bags…*cough* I’m looking at you, Drew *cough*

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Oh, Look – There’s Jenn Again…Look At Her Sucking At Adulting #TypicalJJ

I see people around me, with so much more responsibility – spouses, kids, multiple jobs, mortgage payments, hiding their receding hairlines, dealing with that one lone nose hair that refuses to give up, (it’s like – go away Hairy Larry* – no one likes you!) and I wonder to myself, “How the heck do they do it?!”

Then I’m left feeling like complete dirt about myself, more so than normal, because these functioning adults are kicking butt at adulting and doing all the adulting they can…and I’m sitting here having wine and ordering pizza for dinner…again.

I mean, not that there’s anything wrong with wine and pizza.

They’re two of my most favourite things in the whole entire world…but I mean, put a vegetable in your body once in a while, Jenn. Sheesh.

So as I stuff my face with another slice, slurping down wine in between bites – I had to wonder to myself…

Why are we all so hard on ourselves?

I think I know why I am on myself. Part of it is because of those two ***holes Depression and Anxiety. Yeah. Remember them? Those sonofaguns will make you feel so terribly about yourself and then have you believe that everyone around you is thinking and feeling the same way about you.

Oh, look – there’s Jenn again. Look at her sucking at adulting. #TypicalJJ

Well, bugger off you Negative Nancy’s*. YOU DON’T KNOW ME! You don’t know the struggle I have every day just to get out of bed, let alone brush my hair. It’s a frustrating feeling when you feel lost.

I was feeling stuck. I was feeling like just giving up. I felt like I was getting to the point where I just wanted to throw in the towel and say, “Screw it!” to everything I had been working towards for the past few years.

My closest friends could see it in me. They saw that something was “off.” I was the typical JennJenn they knew and loved – and were worried. Some told me to just relax and that I was doing fine at adulting.

…others told me that I had changes to make and priorities to set if I wanted to achieve the goals I had set myself.

Those, those were the ones who were right.

It was time I took some time for myself and put myself first. It time for me to refocus and find myself again. I knew that if I stayed here in the city over the long weekend, one of two things would have happened.

  1. I would have partied away the weekend waking up every morning with a taste of regret and likely vodka (and pizza, let’s be honest) in my mouth.
  2. I would have hibernated away in my apartment under the covers of my comfy bed and not spoken to anyone or done anything for the entirety of the weekend.

And let’s face it – neither of those were a very healthy idea for bettering myself. So what did I do?

mental note: make this solo trip an annual thing from now on

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Well -I hoped on a plane and headed down south for some sunshine, sand, smiles, and solo time in Cuba.

Rando Dando JJ Fact: this was my first rEaL vacation since 2012. I’ve been on weekend getaways and press trips for the blog…but as for a real vacation – yeah, it had been 4 years.

All that alone time though, with little to no internet connection had me circling back to that same thought about being hard on ourselves. There I was, on a little 4-day vacation (over a long weekend, at that) and yet I was still stressing out because I couldn’t connect to the internet to respond to what I could only imagine was the 1,576,324 emails coming in.

Oh, hello anxiety – there you are my old friend. And here I thought I may have left you back in Toronto. Womp.

Well, by the time day three of my trip came around – something had just shifted. I didn’t wake up stressing about the emails. They’d be there when I got home. I didn’t stress out about what was going on back home at the office. I didn’t stress out about anything, really. My biggest concern was what I was going to put in my omelette at the buffet that morning and how quickly I could hit the beach.

…I could get used to this whole “beach life” thing

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That’s when it hit me. I really AM way too hard on myself. We’re all way too hard on ourselves. We just need to take it a little bit easier on ourselves and we’ll get what we need to get done.

The emails will be there; the phone calls can be returned.

By taking some time for myself I was able to come home feeling refreshed and refocused and ready to take over the word.

sunshine, sand, and smiles #JJinCuba

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Ok, maybe not that last one…but who knows!

*Authour’s note: Not all Larry’s are hairy, I know this…but it sounded funny, so I went with it. No offence, Larry.
**Author’s Note: Not all Nancy’s are negative, but I once met one who was the biggest Debbie Downer*** I had ever met.
***Author’s Note: Dammit, this is getting out of hand

CONTEST | Eligible Magazine presents The TIFF Bachelor Party

TIFF Bachelor PartyYou guys know how much I love all things The Bachelor / The Bachelorette / Bachelor In Paradise – so when I heard that some of the studs from the most recent seasons of each would be at Eligible Magazine’s TIFF Bachelor Party – I was excided…to say the least.

Judging from how much my Twitter followers engage while I live tweet the shows – I know there are plenty of other fans out there too. So…lucky for you guys, I’m giving away a pair of general admission tickets to the party!

At Eligible Magazine’s TIFF Bachelor Party,  Tenley Molzhan, Robby Hayes, Vinny Ventiera, Jared Haibon, and Brett Melnick will all be there. You’ll be schmoozing with them and I have a feeling they’ll be more than happy to pose for a selfie or two…if you ask nicely!

The TIFF Bachelor Party Info

Date: Friday, September 16, 2016

Venue: The Everleigh, 580 King St. W. M5V 1M1


Enter below to win a pair of general tickets! Good luck, and I hope to see you there!

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*Note: The contest is open to anyone, however you are responsible for your own travel costs…the prize is ONLY two tickets into the party.*