I hope you will gain a new appreciation for the complexity of a country that, against many odds, has become a beacon of civilization in our modern times.
It took a time of isolation for us to discover the urban miracles that are the Toronto ravines.
My pandemic shopping adaptation: Hitting the St. Lawrence Market at 5 a.m. when it opens on Saturdays.
The goal: beef, pork, fowl, fish or shellfish at only one meal per day and proteins from grains, pulses, nuts, vegetables, eggs and dairy at the other two meals.
Originally posted on Hook & Eye:
I’m kind of a Kondo-ite. The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up rivals Pride and Prejudice on my list of sick-in-bed comfort reads. When stressed, I throw things out. It’s never been the wrong thing to do. It’s my first week back to teaching, after my year-long sabbatical and…
Over a lifetime, I have accumulated Christmas tree ornaments that match memories, but not each other.
This fall, more through accident than design, I ended up at a trio of “I’d never go to that” happenings. In each case, I’m glad I did.
Originally posted on The Three Keys:
A first for this blog – Kelley Teahen, Director of Communications and Marketing at Parachute, Canada’s national charity dedicated to injury prevention – wrote this entry! Kelley gained a wide experience in the communications space over her career. She began in journalism and bridged into communications as Media Relations…
How a cook who likes to plan deals with the surprises of a Farm Share.