LIFESTYLE




8 Easy Ways To Save On Groceries

  Many of us are eating in more often and noticing the grocery bills are higher. It can be so easy to go overboard at the grocery store, either by buying too much or buying things you don’t necessarily need. When it comes to saving at the grocery store, there are ways you can help […]

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Effective Ways To Deal With Money Anxiety

  In these unprecedented times, anxiety and stress are commonplace. When it comes to finances in 2020, its important to remain calm, focused and on budget. See below for some tips on how to deal with money anxiety.   Assess Your Situation: Sit down and list your bills and expenses. Having a list will help […]

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Making The Best Of Working From Home

    With many of us still working from home and likely to continue to do so for some time, its important that workspaces are both functional and practical.   Stick to a schedule: A good routine is important. Aim to start and end work at the same times everyday.   Keep your workplace tidy: […]

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5 Easy Money Saving Tips That Actually Work

  It isn’t easy saving money, especially during a time of so much uncertainty. From groceries to gas, expenses can add up. Check out some of our top money saving tips that are all sure to help add a little money to your wallet this year. Buy in Bulk: Stores like Costco are great for […]

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The Latest On Airport Travel & Safety

    While Canadians are still being advised to avoid all non-essential travel outside of Canada, airlines and airports are working hard to improve, modernize and increase safety precautions for those who do need to travel and for those who may need to travel in the near future. It was announced this week that WestJet […]

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Authors And Actors Set To Virtually Read Fahrenheit 451 To Celebrate Ray Bradbury’s 100th Birthday

On August 22nd, science fiction writer Ray Bradbury would turn 100 years old if he was still with us. The Library of Congress, The Los Angeles Public Library and other libraries from across the United States are still planning to celebrate however, by staging a virtual read-a-thon of one of his most famous works, Fahrenheit 451, and they’ve broguht along some famous names to help out.

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Princess Diana Musical To Premiere On Netflix Before Broadway

A musical based on the life of Princess Diana was supposed to premiere on Broadway on March 31, but due to the Covid-19 pandemic production was shut down. The date for the premiere was changed to May 2021 instead, but now Netflix has jumped the gun and announced that it will premiere on their streaming service before then.

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Stephen King Teases New Novel

Stephen King has announced his next novel on Twitter, and it will be his third published by Hard Case Crime.

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First Episode Of Michelle Obama’s Spotify Podcast Is Now Available

Former first lady Michelle Obama premiered her new Spotify podcast today, and on it she interviewed her husband, former president Barack Obama. 

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We Have Always Been Here By Samra Habib Wins Canada Reads 2020

The Handmaid’s Tale and Kim’s Convenience actress Amanda Brugel defended the book, We Have Always Been Here by Samra Habib, and thanks to her skillfully presented case it won the Canada Reads 2020 final. 

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Banksy Is At It Again, This Time On The London Underground

There has been a lot of debates going on about the effectiveness of wearing a mask, and whether or not people should be forced to wear them, and now celebrated graffiti artist Banksy has entered the debate.

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The Louvre In Paris Reopens

It’s been 16 weeks since the Louvre shut its doors, the longest period the museum has been closed since the second world war, but now that it has reopened things look a little bit different. From face masks to floor markers, the world’s most visited museum is making an attempt to emerge from the Covid-19 lockdown as unscathed as possible. 

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Karen Robards’ The Black Swan Of Paris Is Historical Fiction At Its Best

New York Times Best Selling author Karen Robards’ latest novel, The Black Swan of Paris, is full of intrigue and heart-pulsing suspense, while taking place in Nazi Germany. It’s both heartbreaking and touching, and will stay with you long after you finish.

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Strand Magazine Challenges Writers To Finish Uncompleted Louisa May Alcott Story

If you are a writer, odds are you have plenty of stories started and not finished. Any successful author will tell you about a vault of stories they plan to come back to one day and complete. Unfortunately many of these stories are abandoned and forgotten about over time. Little Women author Louisa May Alcott was no exception, and now one of her uncompleted stories has been published for the first time, and Strand magazine is looking for someone to finish it.

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When Will Theatre Productions Reopen?

If one things is for certain during these turbulent times, it’s that nothing is for certain. With businesses starting to reopen, people are starting to wonder when entertainment facilities, such as arenas, movie theatres, and even stage productions will start reopening as well. At this point however nothing is certain, but in some cases plans for next year are starting to pop-up.

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