The Pants of Shame

By Brianna Phelan I recently had a friend introduce me to tights. You know, the stretchy, forgiving ones from Old Navy. At first I thought I had died and gone to heaven. No confining pants. No buttons digging into my belly … Read More

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CUT THE FAD OUT!

Well it’s that time of year again!  After drinking and eating our way through the holiday season most of us start to ponder about goals we want to set and achieve for ourselves in the New Year.  While I am … Read More

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Facing Your Fears

By Louise Veres I love Dr. Seuss and one of my favourites is Oh, The Places You’ll Go.  Here’s an extract from the poem. And when you’re alone there’s a very good chance You’ll meet things that scare you right out … Read More

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Last Minute Travel

By Erica Tu Are you one of those people that waits until the last minute to book your travel because you think you will get the best deal? Well if you are, you may get lucky sometimes, depending on when … Read More

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This Man Inspired Me

By Colleen Saunders In the early 2000′s I read an article in Readers Digest about a gentleman, Chris Spence, Principal of a middle school in an inner-city community in Toronto.   I found the article so inspiring that I kept … Read More

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Colourful Quinoa Salad

4 cups cooked quinoa (Tru Roots – cook as per package) 1 can black beans (washed and drained) 1 bunch cilantro chopped Red onion minced – 1/2 cup Cucumber chopped – 1 cup Celery chopped – 1 cup 1 red … Read More

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Easy Breezy Kale with Creamy Avocado Dip

By Jacquie Robertson  The summer solstice is finally here and I am once again craving my favourite”cooling” foods.  Everything from raw veggies, fruit, fresh herbs nuts and seeds and everything in season.  Kale, as usual, is blowing up my kitchen … Read More

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