Author Archives: Erin Nicole Davis

About Erin Nicole Davis

Erin Nicole Davis is a Toronto-based writer and actor. When she’s not writing the day away in a face mask, she’s taking in the city’s vibrant arts scene, doing a red carpet interview or brunching with her leading ladies (at least, in pre-COVID-19 times). Follow Erin: @erinnicoledavis

L’Oréal Paris Leads By Doing All Kinds of Good

Fifty years since the debut of its iconic “We’re Worth It” tagline, L’Oréal Paris continues to take female empowerment to new heights word-wide, putting its money where its lipsticked mouth is. The heritage brand maintains its leading edge at a…

BodCon Virtual Conference Hopes to Inspire Radical Self-Acceptance

Tomorrow, Sunday February 21, 2021, clear your schedule for a mood elevating and empowering conversation with The BodCon presented by Knix. The virtual one-day conference will engage participants in a powerful conversation about body confidence and the ever-important movement towards…

Beloved Toronto Spin Instructor Tyrell Désean Becomes a Hit on Apple Fitness+

Just in time for all the fitness-filled resolutions, the anticipated Apple Fitness+ launched late last year. The Apple Watch-based fitness app brings studio-style workouts – including high intensity interval training (HIIT), strength, yoga, dance, core, cycling, treadmill, rowing, and mindful cool…

The Changing Face of the Med Spa

There was a time in the not-too-distant past when the belief was that the med spa – and the appearance-altering cosmetic treatments offered within its doors – was reserved for the older “ladies who lunch” set. The med spa demographic…

‘Twas the Season for Tone-Deaf Social Media Posts

The warm, fuzzy holiday feels offered by a scroll session on social media this season were increasingly replaced with a mood-ruining frustration. Or, was it a deep-down jealousy? No, actually: it was a general sense of disappointment. That’s it. I…

How to Sustainably Revamp Your Closet

With all of the hours clocked at home as of late, cleaning out – and refreshing – the closet(s) has more appeal than it once did. Most of us have clothing, shoes, bags, and accessories that haven’t seen the light…

COVID-19 Inspires a Trend Towards Better-for-You Grocery Products

At the onset of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the first signs of the times were witnessed at local grocery stores – something that was reflected in everything from empty shelves and opportunistic price gouging, to designated hours for seniors, hours…

Revive and Reset Your Body at Home Using Only a Broom

While parts of Ontario are beginning to enter into Stage 3 of the Province’s COVID-19 reopening plan, many of us are still missing out on our regular pre-pandemic self-care routine of massages and osteopath treatments. Photos by and featuring Dr….

It took a global pandemic for us to give a sh*t about our elderly

Heartbreak. That’s the only word to describe the scene outside of Canada’s long-term care homes. Teary-eyed relatives mouth “I love you” through windows to their elderly parents or grandparents on the other side. Ambulance visits are a regular occurrence, as…