Janice calls Toronto and Orangeville home, living with a fun and chaotic blended family with 5 kids, ranging from age 6 to17. She adores coffee, chocolate and teaching yoga and barre classes to her community. One day she’d like to live on the beach but for now she can be found in Toronto’s indie coffee shops and the forests of Caledon.
I never thought I could love my bed or couch so much, and yet I don’t yield all my time to them. Because I cling to the pre-parent person I also am.
One day you’ll realize you already bought your last Happy Meal and you didn’t even know it. There’s no time like the present to slow down and enjoy some quality time, complete with fries.
From time to time we like to press the reset button and go for a screen-free weekend. Here are some fun ideas to make that seem not so scary.
Summer is here and that means we need a pocket guide to the best Toronto beaches an hour or two out of the city. Pack the sunscreen and towels and let’s go!
Relaxing, bonding, pampering — either on location or they’ll come to you — here are your best bets for a spa day for kids in Toronto
My son received an ADHD and autism diagnosis. And so began a long series of misunderstandings and consequences from friends and family as a result.
These fun, low-cost ideas to help you get the family’s groove back during these grey weeks. Bye bye, winter blahs. We’re manufacturing our own sunshine.
There’s no need to save surprise gift and care package deliveries for overnight campers. Here are some ideas to include for anyone you may know who could use a lift.
From the kiddos to gal pals, there’s a token of affection here for everyone. Check out these sweet Valentine’s Day gift ideas for all the sweethearts on your list…
The following free (and almost free) Ontario outings are all within 1.5 hrs of Toronto and offer a variety of fun with the bonus of getting you out of the house.