Issue: February/March 2019
- Our Annual Love Affair with the Oscars
- Cool Winter, Warm Hearts
- Playing Dress-Up How to Dress for a Formal Event
- WINTER Yum!
- DIY or NOT DIY...That is the Question
- What are your 2019 Oscar Predictions?
- Got Aluminum Foil? Your Problems are Solved!
- Winter Day Project: Time for a Refresh
- Beaches Living Celebrating 15 Years Connecting You and Your Community
- Gifts 2018: Be Part of the “I made it” Movement
Tag Archives: April/May 2018
It was a life-changing moment. Just hours after “The Lucky Ones” was released, it was the No. 1 song in Canada, performed by Canadian music artist Logan Staats. The 29-year-old musician from Six Nations Reserve had become the first winner on The Launch, a new music competition show on CTV. First aired this January, each episode of the series follows … <entire article…>
What’s brilliant dark green, comes in a beautiful shape, and is chock-full of nutrients? It’s the Canadian fiddlehead from the Ostrich fern. Fiddleheads are the curled, edible shoots before they unfurl. They get their name from their shape – a fiddle head! Loaded with vitamin A and C, and high in potassium, these seasonal delicacies are a nutritional powerhouse, rich … <entire article…>
Looking good leads to feeling good, feeling good leads to feeling empowered. There is no doubt that the two are related. When we take care of ourselves, that is, exercise, eat healthy, stay hydrated, and get enough sleep, we automatically feel good. And when we feel good, we automatically glow from looking good. So how do you do this? A … <entire article…>
Commitment is a word we often hear these days. A company says it is “committed” to customer service, or we read about an individual’s “commitment” to a particular cause or interest. But there is a lot more to the word than simply stating it. The origin of commit is a promise or pledge that may take many years of hard … <entire article…>
For many people, back pain is a fact of life. In fact, back pain remains one of the most common reasons to visit the doctor, chiropractor or physiotherapist. In most instances, back pain is caused by overuse and muscle strain or injury. But there are many lifestyle habits you can adapt to reduce the risk of injury, minimize back pain, … <entire article…>
Daylight Saving Time is here again, and with it comes an extra hour of sunlight. Suddenly, we all are looking again to being outdoors and take advantage of that extra hour. May use it for a project you’ve been planning to do, or something that you started but never completely finished. But with more light and the energy of a … <entire article…>
We’ve made it through a snowy, cold winter. Getting back into the garden seems even more exciting this year as we watch the first signs of plants pushing through the ground. There’s real satisfaction in digging in the dirt, like when we were children and played in the mud! Sure, you’ll want to wear gloves to protect your hands, but … <entire article…>
With Mother’s Day on Sunday May 13, you might be wondering what you can do this year. Here are some ideas for Mother’s Day, or any day when you feel like celebrating your mother. Many cost only your time, sure your mom will be grateful! 1 Write, call, illustrate or send a photo of a specific occasion that you … <entire article…>
Cabinets and built-ins can represent a substantial investment as part of your home. Here are a few tips to preserve that added value and delay the need for refinishing or replacement. 1. Mind the gaps Are doors and drawer fronts rubbing or bumping into each other? These are adjustable. Maintain those gaps. It can be as simple as adjusting … <entire article…>