As always, MTL Blog is here to keep you updated on all the possible things to do in Montreal this weekend.\nFrom seeing a performance of Phantom of the Opera to spending a night dancing at Stereo, this list has a little something for everyone.\nSee what's up in Montreal this weekend below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThat hectic period of holiday festivities is officially behind us and it's time to get back to what matters most - having a good time. Lucky for us, we live in an incredible city that constantly has cool events for us locals to take part in and this weekend is no different. No one can deny that there is always a myriad of things to do in Montreal, and this weekend is no exception.\nI know that we are all exhausted from celebrating the new year, but that doesn't mean we should be wasting away at home on the couch while binge-watching TV.\nThe beginning of a new decade means that it's time to go out and explore everything that the city has to offer.\nFrom glow events and tiki parties to bottomless brunches and Krav Maga seminars, this weekend is jam-packed with cool and exciting things to take part in.\nI know how cold it is outside - trust me I'm aware, but that has never and will never stop me from getting out there and having a good time.\nNothing is out of reach this weekend. From dancing the night away to spend your Sunday morning having high tea, this weekend is bound to be nothing short of amazing - if you let leave your house, that is!\nEnter A World Of Pink Fantasy\nWhen: Friday & Saturday 12 p.m. - 11 p.m.\nSunday 12 p.m. - 10 p.m.\nWhere: 1832 Saint-Catherine West; Nobu Lab\nView this post on Instagram 📍1832 st cathrine west A post shared by Nobu Lab (@nobulab) on Dec 22, 2019 at 2:23pm PST\nRead all about it here!\nApply For A Summer Internship\nWhen: -ever you feel ready!\nWhere: Groupe CH, SAP, and many other companies\nView this post on Instagram You can teach a young boss old tricks. #TheIntern A post shared by The Intern (@theinternmovie) on Jan 13, 2016 at 10:15am PST\nCheck out our article for some inspiration!\nVisit One Of Quebec's Picturesque Skating Rinks\nWhen: Skating rinks' opening hours vary\nWhere: Domaine de Maizerets, Roberval Village On Ice, etc\nView this post on Instagram 2019 | jungle boréale ✨ #lostintheforest #iceskaters #naturalicerink #fairyland #borealforest #quebecoriginal #winters #explorecanada #natureaddict #breathofthewild A post shared by jessica • far and wild (@jesscussy) on Jan 3, 2019 at 9:33am PST\nFind out where to go here!\nGo For Bottomless Brunch\nWhen: Check out your chosen restaurant's opening hours\nWhere: Rosewood, SuWu, Le Méchant Boeuf, and many more...\nView this post on Instagram Avocat écrasé, fromage de chèvre, œuf miroir, assaisonnement plein goût, roquette, tomates cerises sur une tranche épaisse de pain challah ☀️☕️😋 #brunch #notreboeufdegrace A post shared by Notre-Boeuf-de-Grâce (@notreboeufdegrace) on Oct 19, 2019 at 7:15am PDT\nRead our suggestions for where to go here!\nAttend The First Glow Party Of 2020\nWhen: January 11, 2020\nWhere: 2020 Crescent; Jet Nightclub\nPosted by Events in Montreal on Monday, December 16, 2019\nLearn more!\nTake A Journey To Toronto In 1899\nWhen: January 10 - January 12, 2020\nWhere: 5150 Blvd St-Laurent & 3575 Ave Du Parc\nPosted by The Twentieth Century on Tuesday, December 17, 2019\nInterested?\nDance The Night Away At Stereo Bar\nWhen: January 10, 2020\nWhere: 856 Saint Catherine Est\nPosted by StereoBar on Friday, December 20, 2019\nFind out more!\nAttend A Black And White Party\nWhen: January 10, 2020\nWhere: 3980 Rue Saint-Denis; Le Livart\nPosted by Comité Prépa Cosmos on Friday, January 3, 2020\nSee what's up here!\nAttend A Tiki Party\nWhen: January 11, 2020\nWhere: 4019 Rue Wellington; Bar Palco\nPosted by Bar Palco on Friday, January 3, 2020\nRead all about it!\nGo To A Krav Maga Seminar\nWhen: January 11, 2020\nWhere: 1001 Rue de Sherbrooke E\nPosted by Académie de Krav Maga Aurélien Hallade on Saturday, November 16, 2019\nClick here for all the details!\nHit Up A 90s Dance Party\nWhen: January 11, 2020\nWhere: 1661 Saint Catherine Est; Cabaret Berlin\nPosted by SUPER TASTE on Wednesday, December 11, 2019\nCheck out the Facebook event here!\nGo See Phantom Of The Opera\nWhen: January 10 - 11, 2020\nWhere: 1594 Rue Saint-Denis; Theater Saint-Denis\nPosted by evenko on Wednesday, September 11, 2019\nFind out more!\nSpend Your Sunday Having High Tea\nWhen: January 12, 2020\nWhere: The Ritz Carlton, Burgundy Lion, etc...\nView this post on Instagram My alter ego living her luxury life 🍰 - - - - - - - I think what we as humans crave the most is overcoming separateness. What we usually want is to be deeply understood for who we are. And part of that is starting from just understanding our own selves. We can be surrounded by nice things, beautiful cars, great clothes, etc. but that won’t cut it in the long term. The best feeling is to be able to be seen. There is nothing that beats having that connection with someone and knowing that you are completely safe in being just who you are. Vulnerability is not a weakness. I used to always think that the more I kept to myself, the more I showed just the happy side of me, the more people would feel comfortable around me. I feared making others live through my bad moments by opening up but as soon as that shift happened and I started to open my heart, I felt more liberated. I felt more connected to others and to myself. I released the fear of being judged for how I expressed myself, for what I preferred and for how I felt. There’s a certain stigma over expressing the opposite side of positive emotions which I encourage us to break. Feeling mad, sad, angry, frustrated is all part of being human and I think it’s truly liberating to feel the whole spectrum of emotions without experiencing guilt. Emotions and the freedom in experiencing them and expressing them is what makes us connect to each other and our human nature through compassion and understanding. People might judge you for it, not understand your emotions, feel uncomfortable, but the right kind of people will stay and your connection will grow stronger. The separation of “them” versus “me” goes away when you are just aligned with your truth. Honor yourself and be open, that’s how you will bridge the gap in all your interactions. • • • #authorsofinstagram #book #instagram #montreal #ritzcarlton #poets #thoughts #poetryporn #writersnetwork #literature #instagood #instapoetry #story #motivation #writingprompts #luxe A post shared by Riti Rayna (@ritirayna) on Aug 2, 2019 at 8:33pm PDT\nCheck out our list of high tea spots in Montreal here!\nKaraoke Your Heart Out\nWhen: January 11, 20202\nWhere: 7152 Rue St-Hubert\nPosted by Sabura on Monday, January 6, 2020\nGet the details here!\nHappy weekend my fellow Montrealers!