Kat Walcott

Head of Social Media / Features Writer

Kat Walcott is a freelance writer who has been creating online content since she was a teenager. Her ability to write both formal, informative pieces as well as casual, editorial  pieces has led to her work being featured in a variety of different online and offline publications. Topics she enjoys writing about the most include lifestyle, entertainment, culture and women’s issues. Kat is also a major foodie, music lover and has a great interest in other cultures. When she’s not busy writing, she’s likely browsing YouTube for new music, pop culture content and recipes. Kat holds a bachelor’s degree with honours in communication studies with a minor in sexuality studies from Carleton University.  Keep up with Kat over on Twitter (@katwalcott) and through her blog at KatWalcott.com.

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Korea Week 2018 to Bring K-pop, K-Food, K-Cinema and More to Ottawa!

Korea Week 2018 to Bring K-pop, K-Food, K-Cinema and More to Ottawa!

Do you love K-pop music? Or perhaps you just can’t get enough of delicious Korean BBQ. Well, you’re in luck because Korea Week 2018 kicks off this weekend! Organized and hosted by the Korean Cultural Centre, the festival, which actually runs for two weeks, will feature a variety of cultural [...]

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The Best Hidden Food Gems in Ottawa

The Best Hidden Food Gems in Ottawa

Ottawa has not been historically known for its food scene as fellow Canadian cities like Montreal and Toronto but, if you do some exploring, there are some really amazing hidden gems. Over the last few years, tons of cute independently owned cafes and family-owned restaurants have popped up offering [...]

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Celebrating 21st Century Fatherhood

Celebrating 21st Century Fatherhood

When we think of what makes a father, things that may come to mind include “protector,” “provider,” and “head of the household.” While these ideas often still ring true, over time the idea of fatherhood has expanded to so much more than just these classic ideals. As [...]

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5 Things to do in Ottawa for $5 or Less

5 Things to do in Ottawa for $5 or Less

Were you impressed by the 10 Things to do in Ottawa for Under $10 that we shared with you a couple months back? Well, if you’re on an even tighter budget, don’t fret because we’ve found some more Ottawa fun for you, all for no more than $5! Who said that having fun and eating well needs [...]

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Botany Takes Center Stage for 'Art of the Plant'

Botany Takes Center Stage for 'Art of the Plant'

If you are a plant lover, you will not want to miss the Museum of Nature’s latest special exhibit, the stunning “Art of the Plant.” The exhibit, which was developed in collaboration with the American Society of Botanical Artists, is just one of the five “Art of the Plant” [...]

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Most Insta-worthy Spots in Ottawa

Most Insta-worthy Spots in Ottawa

Photos by Kat Walcott With the warm, spring weather finally kicking in, there is no better time than now to follow your blogger aspirations and snap some aesthetic outdoor shots for your Instagram page! Ottawa is a city full of art, architecture and beautiful views so it really is an ideal place [...]

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Out & About: April 20- 26, 2018

Out & About: April 20- 26, 2018

IoT613 Conference 2018 at at the Canadian Museum of History, until April 20 Tech geeks, if you missed the first couple days of the conference, it’s your last chance to take part! The IoT613 Conference focuses on advances in digital media, connected transportation and wearable technology and [...]

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Deviled Eggs 3 Ways for Spring Brunch

Deviled Eggs 3 Ways for Spring Brunch

With spring finally here, and Easter and Passover in full swing, we are all ready for some delicious brunch! Deviled eggs are a staple for this time of year and they are just so aesthetically pleasing when set out on a table spread. Perfect for that food flatlay you’ve been trying to perfect on [...]

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Make Every Day Earth Day

Make Every Day Earth Day

Today is Earth Day, an internationally recognized day were citizens of the world are encouraged to think about our impact on the environment, climate change and conservation. Though it is great that we have a designated day to devote to these issues, we believe that little things you do in your everyday [...]

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All About Pi

All About Pi

Happy Pi Day everyone! No not “pie,” but “pi.” We’re pretty much all familiar with the concept of pi, which is the name given to the number 3.14, a value used to calculate the circumference of a circle, having learned about it in school. Seeing it probably gives you [...]

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