May 28th, 2013
There was a time when food was organic and farmers sold produce directly to consumers. Then the supermarket boom came, and many of us stopped paying attention to what we eat and have not snapped out of it since. Organic diets, once a matter of course, are today rare. Luckily, thanks to Toronto’s farmers markets, we can make our lives healthier and tastier.
(Top Farmers Markets in Toronto
May 23rd, 2013
YPT — Young Peoples’ Theatre, O on the sky by Robert Etcheverry
What city could be better than Toronto when it comes to acting and drama? Home of the Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto offers a wide choice of drama and performance art academies.
(Best Acting Classes in Toronto
May 18th, 2013
The world has opened its eyes to the allure of classic film. The classic film industry has proven to be incredibly lucrative within the past twenty years or so. Toronto is a hot-bed for cla\ssic film enthusiasts, and one of the reasons why is because there are a number of really great classic cinema houses scattered throughout the city.
(Classic Movies in Toronto
May 14th, 2013
A Beautiful Horse Named Reese
We live in hectic times, and sometimes it feels like we are always running somewhere, unable to slow down and do anything for ourselves. According to statistics, over 34 per cent of Canadians feel trapped in their daily routine, and many of them describe themselves as workaholics. We spend most of our time indoors, often behind computers — even during our leisure time. I am sure we all have our own recipe for relaxation to recharge our batteries. One great option is horseback riding.
(Top Horseback Riding Clubs In/Around Toronto
May 9th, 2013
The best place for jogging by Chi King
Can you really live a longer, healthier, migraine-free, and more successful life? We live fast-paced lives that offer little to no free time. Of course we have days off and weekends, but even they are so packed with activities, visits, and club events that we can hardly get a moment’s rest. Many of us crave those relaxing moments where you can just do nothing once in a while.
(Healthy Lifestyle Change
May 3rd, 2013
There are several options to get a handle on stress. Some are more pleasant than others, but since we all love to indulge, spas and wellness centres are today’s hit. Wondering where to check in for a day of pampering in Toronto? Look no further.
(Spas and Wellness in Toronto
May 2nd, 2013
Toronto Courthouse by Neil Howard
Toronto is a diverse and exciting city with unforgettable attractions, vibrant nightlife, beautiful architecture, wonderful galleries, great museums, and lots of exciting events all year round. May is no exception, and with summer right around the corner, we are looking forward to an abundance of great events. Here are some of the best May events that you should not miss.
(Top May Events in Toronto
April 19th, 2013
I keep noticing the “busy trend” everywhere. My colleagues and I are busy, and other people working in the offices down the street are busy as well, and even grandmas and grandpas are less relaxed then they used to be. We used to have clearer boarders between our working time and free time. We worked while in the office and relaxed and read a book on the train home. So I have been thinking… what would you say to reverting your working times back to what it used to be?
(Escape the Busy Trap in Toronto
April 11th, 2013
Orchard Central Roof Garden by Choo Yut Shing
If you live in a city, maybe having your own garden seems like a dream that will never be reached. However, there is no need to be so pessimistic about it; just look up and get yourself a roof garden! A rising number of people have decided to extend their green areas and plant roof gardens or green roofs.
(Roof Garden Tips For Your Toronto Home
April 4th, 2013
The barriers that define the boundaries of our properties and provide privacy and security from potential intruders need not always be made of wire or stone. Fences made of plants provide all the benefits of built fences — privacy, wind breaking, obscuring unpleasant views, and marking the boundaries of your land — and they also absorb noise and filter dust. Living fences are long-lasting, sustainable, aesthetically appealing.
March 29th, 2013
Think about your home. Would not it be wonderful if you could control all your appliances as easily as you can your television? There is an innumerable amount of improvements, big or small, that you could choose to undertake in order to make your daily life more comfortable. Canadians’ spending on smart systems has been rising steadily in recent years. Let us take a closer look at some of the specific home automation features.
March 28th, 2013
Toronto Eaton Centre
Many spots around Toronto can please you, when you are looking for the best location for your shopping.
(Interesting Spots Around Toronto: Shopping Malls
November 25th, 2012
Large crowds in Toronto
We are introducing a brand new series of Photo Essays! Have a look at amazing Photo Sets all shot by talented photographers. Explore the vibe of the city, its hidden treasures, meet the Torontonians! This time, let’s have a look at Toronto through the lens of Carlos Bolivar!
(Toronto’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2012
November 22nd, 2012
North America’s biggest craft show, One of a Kind, opens its doors today, November 22. Hurry up, and shop, until you drop!
(One of a Kind Show in Toronto
September 19th, 2012
Fun at the Dundas Square in the summer!
What is it about Canada that inspires Canadians to build so many wonderful fountains? Especially in the summer, we notice fountains in our city more often than usual.
(The Beautiful Fountains of Toronto Photo Essay
September 7th, 2012
Greek Food Festival on Danforth
The Greektown Taste of the Danforth sponsored by Pilaros is one of Toronto’s signature events organized by Toronto’s local communities every summer.
(Pilaros Taste of the Danforth Photo Essay
August 28th, 2012
Fair Trade Cleaning
“A clean house is a sign of a broken computer.” As sad as it is, this statement is not actually that far from the truth. It does not have to be like that, however. Everyone — even those who do not move from their computers for more than a minute, can have a perfectly clean home anytime; you just have to use the services of a cleaning company. We have a plenty of those in Toronto, so it is quite difficult to choose, in fact. This article aims to help you a bit. It offers a short list of cleaning companies in our city, with special attention paid to small and eco-friendly businesses.
(Cleaning Companies in Toronto
August 24th, 2012
Fisherman’s Cove Tent & Trailer Park
When I was a child, I didn’t have an iPhone, an iPod, or the Internet, and today I can say I am thankful for that. I remember spending my summer days outside, with occasional breaks for lunch or dinner. Today’s kids should also experience warm days outside, away from all the technology, I believe. If you are running out of ideas on how to entertain your children (and yourself) out of your home, here is an idea for you. Have you thought about going camping? If you have not, I hope this article will serve as inspiration. It introduces a couple of amazing camping sites all over Ontario.
(Where to Go Camping in Ontario
August 7th, 2012
Most people think to crank the air conditioning during a scorching summer day, but what about using a dehumidifier? Many overlook how helpful they can be during hot days. The aim of this article is to explain how dehumidifiers work to help keep your home cool and how to select and use one.
(Dehumidifiers: An Often Overlooked Way of Keeping Cool!
August 2nd, 2012
We live in a dangerous, busy world, and our planet is not in the best shape. Luckily enough, an increasing number of people living in developed countries realize how important it is to help the environment. One of the easiest and possibly cheapest ways to do so is to try to be energy efficient. Here are a few inexpensive tips to increase your own energy efficiency and at the same time keep yourself and your home cool in these hot summer months!
(Low Cost Tips to Improve Energy Efficiency During the Summer