Gayle Labuz

Interview with Outdoor Enthusiast Gayle Labuz

There are “mom bloggers” and then there are moms who are “outdoor lifestyle bloggers” – writing on favourite activities that make them the women they truly are – not just one facet of their life.  I decided to do an interview with outdoor enthusiast Gayle Labuz, one such blogger who writes about her passion for hiking, camping, geocaching and other ...

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day trips from Toronto

Five Top Day Trips from Toronto

Chances are, if you are a tourist, you’ve found this blog post by Googling “day trips from Toronto.” While exploring the city is exciting for a day or two, inevitably, you want to get a taste of what the province has to offer. Ontario Tourism’s slogan for many years has been “Yours to Discover”. The idea behind it is still ...

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Cat Lover or Dog Lover

Are You A Cat Lover Or Dog Lover?

Cats and dogs have been pets for thousands of years. Are you a cat lover or dog lover? I often disagree with Christopher Hitchens’ thoughts, but this quote from him makes much sense: Owners of dogs will have noticed that, if you provide them with food and water and shelter and affection, they will think you are god. Whereas owners ...

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find inner peace in nature

How I Find Inner Peace In Nature

For many, meditation and prayer is a route to finding inner peace. For others, sitting quietly in a room devoid of distractions is the best way to achieve this state. I find inner peace in nature. I have a high-stress job in public relations – it’s rated as one of the most stressful jobs in the annual “most stressful jobs” ...

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Commodore 64 games

Throwback: Winter Games for Commodore 64

Anybody in their late 30s and early 40s right now may remember this gem of a game series – the Summer and Winter Games for Commodore 64. I’ve posted the video for the winter version… how far we have come from the pixelated figures and Midi music! But boy did these games offer hours of fun, after you had spent ...

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