Melanie’s Musings hones in on entertainment and fun activities in the city – ranging from shows to see to tips for entertaining on the fly – and showcases inspiration and tricks for staying stylish and having a good time, whether exploring Toronto or venturing to suburbia, cottage country and beyond.
Life with Pets explores the day-to-day joys and struggles that come along with sharing one’s home with the animals they love. As a pet owner and enthusiast, I’m sick and tired of hearing about the same old issues and will do my best to face all topics with a fresh and balanced perspective.
My blog is about food. The love of food. My great desire to have you, the reader, fall in love, too. I want you to be excited to create, want to taste the treats at a farmers market, explore sections of your supermarket you never look at and most of all have fun. We will go on this journey together.
Liza Zawadzka blogs for Toronto Fashion Hunt, a blog that provides readers with timely coverage of fashion events and news in Toronto. The focus is on local fashion - the best vintage and consignment shops, Toronto designers, beauty treatments and spas, street fashion and of course, all our amazing events including fashion shows and exhibits.
Nathalie Sehgal and Taylor Stinson are exploring the most popular downtown venues and events, with a touch of lifestyle advice. Visit them at thegirlsonbloor.com
Animals Needing People explores the relationship between animals, both domestic and wild, and the people they live among, with emphasis on how the latter can improve the lives of the former. Paul Harris volunteers with ORA-Organization for the Rescue of Animals, a charity registered with Canada Revenue Agency (www.ora-animalrescue.org).
Toronto Dog Talk discusses all things dog - from fun places to take you pup around the city, to training tips and health and safety. Alison Smith, a dog trainer and co-owner of Personal Paws Dog Training in Toronto, will offer you all kinds of tips and ideas that will help you and your dog to have fun, stay safe, and be well trained. Visit www.personalpaws.ca or contact email@example.com
Beata Rydyger, a registered holistic nutritionist, specializes in natural beauty, digestion and detox.