Monthly Archives: October 2015

Giving and accepting – compliments!

We all beam and bask in the glory of a compliment but often we downplay them – “It’s really not my best” “This old thing?” “Do you really think so?” “It tasted better the 1st time I made it” Nothing … Continue reading

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Tim Horton’s or Starbuck’s?

Located less than a mile from the gritty, industrial steel plant district of Hamilton, ON, at the corner of Ottawa St. and Dunsmure Rd., is the very 1st Tim Horton’s.  It opened in 1964, sold coffee for a quarter and … Continue reading

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Sometimes we take it all for granted…

Canadian Thanksgiving is my most favourite holiday! It’s a simple holiday that doesn’t wreak havoc on your schedule, your wallet, your diet, your stress levels.  There’s no countless days of planning, shopping, baking, cooking, decorating inside and outside, partying, and … Continue reading

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BEAVERS – Do you really have to love ’em?

Yes, I get that beavers are symbolic and they are the official symbol of Canada since 1975.  And,  you just have to love ‘em if you’re buying an expensive piece of clothing or leather bag branded Roots OR celebrating International Beaver … Continue reading

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