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Let's be honest, we're obsessed with Instagram. Not a day goes by that we don't find an excuse to go to a certain place for an opportunity to get the perfect Instagram shot. We've become a generation of "pics or it didn't happen" so naturally we are inclined to share every possible moment with the world when we're out and about doing something cool.

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You know those moments of boredom you have when you feel like you've done absolutely everything there is to do in Regina? I feel you. I've been there one too many times but what I've realized as of late is that I haven't really been going out of my way to find new places to visit and things to do.

So, I've started making an effort and I've actually found some pretty cool places that I think you'll dig too. From little hole-in-the-wall cafes to cozy creative spaces, Regina does have quite a few hidden gems if you know where to look for them.

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If you're the anti-Valentine's Day type, and you're looking for something to do this month that doesn't involve all that lovey dovey stuff, then consider this your go-to guide for non-love, relationships, couples, and PDA related things to do all month long.

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I think there needs to be a national holiday for treating yourself. If things like pizza and donuts have their own personal days to shine, then we more than deserve a day to bask in self-love and appreciation. Who's with me?!

I'm seeing a lot of raised hands out there so I've decided to put together a little something for you to use when you're in the mood to treat yourself. Think: Massages at Skin by Jane, a spa day at Temple Gardens and a Wine & Cheese night at Willow Park.

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Board game lovers, unite! Regina has officially opened it's first board game cafe, Boards N Beans. If you're looking for an alternative option for a night out with your friends that doesn't involve sitting in silence staring at your phones then this is about to be your new favorite hangout spot.

It's also a lot cheaper than buying multiple rounds of Jagermeister for your friends and crying over the sight of your bank account the next day. Cover is $5 per person and it's all you can play so pull up your sleeves and get ready for an old fashion Monopoly marathon.

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