So It’s the Weekend!

Artwork by Adam Young, Young Studios
Artwork by Adam Young, Young Studios

We are Carol-Ann & Wendy @fortyandfun. Join us as we review activities & restaurants in St. John’s Newfoundland NL that will interest those 40 and up.

What to do?  It’s so easy to put your jammies on and sit in front of Netflix while you scroll through Facebook to see what your friends are up to.

Sounds like a page out of my book. However as I welcomed in the new year I promised myself to have more fun and “get out there”.

My very good friend Wendy was feeling the same way.  We began to search for things to do that didn’t include “bar-hopping” downtown. As we discussed the various options we thought, we can’t be the only forty-somethings looking for fun activities in St. John’s, Newfoundland (NL) and decided we should blog about our experiences and share them with others.
Signal Hill. St. John’s NL


Our goal here is to have some fun and maybe motivate you to get off the sofa.  Turn off the TV and push yourself to have some new experiences. Coming?

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The Authors

Carol-A2014-12-25 01.59.52 (2)nn Garland is an entrepreneur and mother of two living in St. John’s Newfoundland.  She operates Celtic Pride Financial, a business offering business intelligence and book-keeping services. Carol-Ann is a graduate of Memorial University of Newfoundland where she earned of Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) in Marketing and Computer Science. Her hobbies include travel, reading and outdoor activities.

WendyWendyPhoto Anderson
 is a born and bred Newfoundlander living in St. John’s with her two children currently enrolled in university. She operates a small in-home esthetics business and has followed her success breeding world renowned Shih Tzu, to embark on a judging career which takes her world-wide. This has given her an avid interest in all things culinary, cultural diversity and an appreciation for the uniqueness of each place she visits. She looks forward to sharing what interesting things she discovers about St. John’s!

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St. John’s, Newfoundland