Issue: Dec/Jan 2019/20
- Holiday Greetings...
- O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree
- Everyone Has One, What’s Your Story?
- Winter Protecting Your Home
- Glamming Up Without Breaking the Bank!
- Seeing Beyond the Dollars
- Holiday Gift Guide @ Local Shops
- 2020 Awards Season & Sports Galore Schedule
- Your Essential Home Kit for the Winter
- Sampling The World In Toronto
Tag Archives: April/May 2019
“ “This is truly my Secret Beaches Spot of Lake Ontario.” – Jackie C. Do you recognize it? Tell us where the Secret Beaches Spot photo was taken, and you could win a pair of My Beach Stickers! Email your answer by July 10 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Send us a photo of your Secret Beaches Spot with a brief description. If we use … <entire article…>
This July, Canadian Athlete, sailor and member of the National Sailing Team, Sarah Douglas, will take the final step toward her dream – be the athlete in Laser Radial who represents Canada in her bid for a spot at next year’s 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Sarah is the epitome of what is meant when you hear “Set your … <entire article…>
With our hot summers and unpredictable rain fall, gardening can be a challenge. Make growing a garden easy for yourself by selecting plants that you know are going to do well. Plants that are considered native or indigenous to Southern Ontario have evolved here and adapted over time to the regional climate, soils and wildlife. They will grow best in … <entire article…>
Cauliflower, once a lowly, plain vegetable sometimes boiled or used as a crudité with dip is now the “darling” of food lovers. It is especially suited to vegan cooking because of the versatile way in which it can be transformed into a wide variety of delicious non-meat choices. Originally grown in the Isle of Cyprus, cauliflower has been cultivated in … <entire article…>
Spring is often associated with “spring cleaning”, but here’s the good news, whether you’re a daily scrubber or you prefer to go for a hike instead of getting out the vacuum, there are some chores that only have to be done once or twice a year. There’s even more good news – these are the chores that often make a … <entire article…>
We often hear about the value of decluttering and organizing homes, closets and offices to create a harmonious and peaceful life. After the task is done, most report feeling “lighter”, “refreshed” and more energized. But many forget to invest that same amount of time and energy into decluttering our minds, and our hearts. We all hold onto emotions, feelings, and … <entire article…>
Think about it: underwear (men and women) is the most fundamental piece of clothing you own: It’s the first thing you put on in the morning and the last thing you take off. It’s worn close to the skin, so you need comfort. It serves a protective and supportive role, so it needs to be made well and functional. But … <entire article…>
We usually think of our bodies in terms of individual parts, for example, we exercise to tone our abs, or we eat green vegetables because they are good for our heart. It’s the same way if we get sick or hurt. If we have a rash, we see a skin doctor, but if we break a leg, we see a … <entire article…>
When tourists flock to Paris, France, everyone checks out the main sites: the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Versailles, Notre Dame. Of course, you want to make sure you visit these “must see” places. But what about the lesser-known attractions, for example, the beautiful Bois de Boulogne park in the middle of Paris city? Many tourists have never heard of it, … <entire article…>