Showing posts with label lifestyle. Show all posts
Showing posts with label lifestyle. Show all posts

Sunday, October 7, 2018

Summer Reads: Paying attention to our lives and more

Get a copy of this book, "Your second life begins when you realize you only have one" by Raphaëlle Giordano and think a little deeper on the little things you can change to live fuller and happier. This is a wonderful book that has strategies we can adapt for the betterment of our lives after all we only have one life to live.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Give the Gift of Language

Babbel is a language learning app available on the web, iOS and Android that makes it easy to learn 14 different languages from 7 display languages. This app will help you speak a new language. When learning a language, nothing is more rewarding than a real conversation. 73% of surveyed customers of Babbel feel that they'd be able to hold a conversation within five hours of using the app.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Jord Women's Wrist Watch

Cora Koa and Rose Gold Jord wrist watch
A watch is an essential part of my regular outfit, and I always wear one. I have been wearing this beautiful Cora Koa and Rose Gold Jord wrist watch with a variety of different outfits and during different occasions.

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Prepare Yourself with Winter Boots

Having the proper winter boots is very important! When I buy winter boots for my family and myself I look at three things: how warm the boots will keep our feet, the grip on the boots so we can avoid mishaps, and the style. I love the quality of Columbia brand winter boots because of my prior experiences with them. They not only last long, but also keep me warm, and it is footwear I can rely on. 

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Everything You Need for the Holidays is at Giant Tiger

Giant Tiger is a Canadian, family owned discount store chain where we can buy everything we need for the holidays for everyone we know. I love that it is a one-stop shop! They carry wonderful deals from clothes to groceries and everything in between.

Sunday, October 25, 2015

William Ashley Warehouse Sale Celebrates 40 Years

Since I was a teenager I have been going to the annual William Ashley’s Warehouse Sale every year with my mom, and now continue the tradition with my family. The Warehouse Sale located at 111 Creditview Road, Vaughan, ON, L4L 9T1 is more spacious and has an ample amount of free parking. This year William Ashley celebrates its 40th annual Warehouse Sale, where shoppers across the GTA gather to take advantage of the fabulous prices on quality products.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

New Balance shoes: Perfect for Walking and Training

As I am on my feet a lot, having comfy shoes are important to me. The quality of shoes, and how long they last determines if I will buy the brand again. Due to my previous experience of how long New Balance shoes last with everyday active use, I trust the brand. Recently, I got a pair of WX711 Heathered Cush+ New Balance shoes to use and I have been enjoying wearing them for walking and training. I like this pair because its forefoot flex grooves allow me to move freely. 

Monday, August 17, 2015

Yoga for Kids

I love how Gaiam is involving the whole family to start becoming mindful and active. Gaiam, a leading yoga, fitness and wellness company has a new Yoga for Kids product collection with yoga mats and several colourful yoga accessories, including yoga socks, backpacks and water bottles available at select stores, Amazon and Gaiam.ca. Practicing yoga together provides an opportunity for play, exercise and creativity that everyone in the entire family can share and enjoy. Family yoga is known to help build communication skills, confidence, and trust. 

Monday, March 24, 2014

Yoga: The Path to Holistic Health

In the beginning of the year, I mentioned that I was reading the B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga: The Path to Holistic Health book. Here is a closer look at this book, which covers the complete teachings of BKS Iyengar for mind, body, and health, and is suitable for every level of yoga ability, age, and physical condition.

Friday, February 14, 2014

New Cultural Exploration Reveals Surprising Truths About Modern Day Relationships

A new cultural exploration by global advertising agency Leo Burnett reveals the lyrics to the age-old children’s playground song “first comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in the baby carriage” may have reached their expiration date. Today’s romantic relationships don’t come with a guidebook, timeline or predestined result.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Share Your Simple Contest

R.W. Knudsen Family® Launches Share Your Simple Contest
Share your tip to make life simple on R.W. Knudsen Family Facebook to win one of three $4500 grand prizes or be one of the 14 bi-weekly winners for sharing their tips to make life more simple. The bi-weekly themes are based on topics like "In the Garden," "Back to school," etc.

The R.W. Knudsen Family philosophy is to make great tasting, all-natural organic beverages without compromising standards. The products don't have added sugar, artificial ingredients or preservatives. They will celebrate this contest in three phases featuring one of the brand's signature products and randomly selecting a winner for one of the grand prizes.
The phases are as stated below:
Simple Summer Season: June 5 – July 30 recognizing the simple joys of summer time with R.W. Knudsen Family Spritzer beverages.
Simple Harvest Season: July 31 – October 8 acknowledging the abundant fall harvest and cooking simply with fruit and R.W. Knudsen Family Just Juice® Juices.
Simple Holiday Season: October 9 – December 17 honoring the importance of simplifying the holidays in order to focus on family and friends and enjoying simple treats like R.W. Knudsen Family sparkling beverages.

This contest is open to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C., 18 years and older. This promotion is subject to the Official Rules at www.facebook.com/rwknudsen. Void where prohibited. No purchase necessary.
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