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Feb 27, 2015

Book News

A look at what is new in the world of books.

By Lisa Day
Feb 27, 2015

416 Paws

I will blog mainly about dog0related topics, from covering dog friendly events, to describing the latest pet-friendly spot I discover while touring Toronto with my dogs. I will also blog recipes, book reviews and about dog walking and exercise fitness.

By Evelyn Avila
Nov 18, 2014

4 Wheel Explorer

4 Wheel Explorer blogger Kathy Renwald talks about cars and trips, and using cars to do the things you love.

By Kathy Renwald
Oct 27, 2014

Be Your Best

Self-reflection is essential to our mental health. But not everyone can afford the expense or time to see a Psychotherapist. My blog is an educational tool dedicated to making psychology, and all of its teachings, accessible and understandable to the public. To find out more or book Natasha, please visit Follow her on Twitter @NatashaSharma17

By Natasha Sharma
Oct 27, 2014

Toronto's Gluten-Free Foodie

Rachael Hunt demonstrates how diverse and delicious gluten-free can be through her blog Toronto's Gluten-Free Foodie. Find her her at

By Rachael Hunt
Aug 08, 2014

Book Time

Books are my shoes. Book Time is a monthly blog that offers a list of new books from Torontonians and authors from around the world based on a monthly theme. Contact Lisa Day at for details.

By Lisa Day
Jul 25, 2014

Empower your Life

Empower Your Life is a blog designed to support you on the path of transformation, whether you contemplating the first step or are well on your way. Using neuroscience, mindfulness practices and holistic medicine, our team of experts will guide you to a healthier, happier, more balanced life. It’s time. We can help. Visit or follow up on Twitter at @helix_health. Blogs will be written by Jesse Hanson is the clinical director; Carmen Littlejohn, a psychotherapist; Tara Rose, VP of business development and marketing; and Mark Rivkin, CEO and founder of Helix Healthcare Group.

By Mark Rivkin
Jul 25, 2014

Health with Harmony

Walking into a yoga class, signing up for Crossfit, or joining a bootcamp for the first time can no doubt be intimidating. Not knowing what to expect and the fear of making a complete fool of yourself is what has held me back in the past. With my 30s rapidly approaching, it’s time to put on a brave face in search of a healthier me. Follow my blog, Health with Harmony, as I venture into new and old-school fitness classes and dabble in health trends for the first time. I promise it will not be pretty or graceful, but it will be playful and entertaining to say the least.

By Mandy Harmony

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