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Post Christmas Procastination

Posted January 10, 2016 by Lyn Brown

I could hear it on the roof — torrential rain in January. Fritz’s persistent antics finally succeeded in coaxing me from beneath my cosy down duvet. His enthusiasm was short lived once he stepped out into soggy. He did his business in record time!I su…

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Embracing Change – That Was and What Will Be

Posted January 1, 2016 by Lyn Brown

What a year it’s been! If I had to pick one word to sum it up, it would be change. Everything changed in 2015. Virtually everyone from our tribe who lived within a kilometre of one another, moved. Four moves within six months. Our convenient daily cont…

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merry christmas baby

Posted December 24, 2015 by raymi

Hello! For Christmas my gift to you is a blog post and in it I will discuss our favourite person: me. I’ll try not to complain or say anything too mental. The images I’ll be using will be a varietal ongoings-blend of the last month cos lawrdy know, I is behind. If you’ve seen some […]

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10-Spice Mix Gift Jars + Printable 10-Spice Veggie Soup Recipe!

Posted December 21, 2015 by Angela (Oh She Glows)

If you’re looking for a lightening fast and cost efficient homemade holiday gift, I have just the thing for you! I love to make homemade food gifts for friends and family around the holidays. It’s fun to give them and all, but mainly, I love having a reason to buy more glass jars. SEE ERIC, […]

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Ho, Ho and Please, No

Posted December 21, 2015 by Chandra Clarke

Chandra Clarke

Ah, Christmas. That wonderful time of year set aside for best wishes, good cheer and brawls at the local Walmart. I am not a fan of shopping, so I certainly do not understand why anyone would be prepared to get up at 4 a.m., line up in the freezing cold and then fight 300 other […]

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Mini Pumpkin Pie Tarts with a Sunflower Cookie Crust (Nut-free, Vegan)

Posted November 26, 2015 by Angela (Oh She Glows)

A couple weeks ago, I received a reader recipe request. Let’s call him “Jason”. Jason asked if I could create a nut-free version of my Raw Pumpkin-Maple Pie with a Baked Oat Crust (found in my cookbook, page 247) because his wife can’t have cashews and pecans. Apparently, it was tormenting her not to be […]

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Reese Witherspoon Reveals Her Own Take On The “Wreath Witherspoon”

Posted December 26, 2014 by Anonymous

We love it when a celebrity can poke fun at themselves. Oftentimes, they seem so unattainable; but every now and then a celebrity steps forward and joins in on a bit of friendly teasing. Wild actress Reese Witherspoon did just […]

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‘Twas Four Days Before Christmas

Posted December 23, 2014 by Zoë Kessler, BA, B.Ed.

‘Twas four days before Christmas, I sat in my house My cat was still sleeping, ignoring her stuffed mouse; My friends’ stockings were hung by the new wooden stairs I […]

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Celebrating The Holidays & Sharing Your #WellWishes

Posted December 18, 2014 by Anonymous

We are literally days away from Christmas, and Hanukah has already begun—it is well and truly the holiday season now. I’m pretty proud that I can say I’ve finished all my holiday shopping, my tree is up and decorated, I’ve […]

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Edible Holiday Gifts Perfect For Your Neighbours

Posted December 16, 2014 by Anonymous

Written by Kait Fowlie You’ve receive more pre-packaged biscotti than you know what to do with—to re-gift, or not regift? If you want your neighbors to add it to their pile of sugar-infused generic sweets, sure, hand ‘em over. But […]

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Holiday Gifts For The Whole Family

Posted December 15, 2014 by Anonymous

Are you thinking of getting a “family” gift to put under the tree this year? Or maybe you were hoping to find a family gift to give your neighbours or relatives. It may seem like a strange thing to do—buy […]

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How To Host A Holiday Popcorn Party

Posted December 12, 2014 by Anonymous

Written by Kait Fowlie Popcorn has been a big holiday symbol through the ages. A Saxon custom back in the 1840s, it all started when Queen Victoria expressed a desire for a Christmas tree adorned in popcorn, ribbons, flowers, and […]

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Donny & Marie Bring Christmas Fun To Toronto

Posted December 11, 2014 by Sonya

I know what your thinking. Donny and Marie Osmond? Yes, remember them? I certainly do! They are in Toronto with their annual Christmas Show bringing everything they’ve got. They’re here until December 21st playing at the Princess of Wales Theatre […]

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Christmas Traditions For Every Family

Posted December 8, 2014 by Guest Author

Written by Lindsay Ducharme Growing up we had many family traditions for birthdays, seasons and holidays; however, none were more special than our yearly Christmas Eve traditions.  Without fail, each year we would attend church and come home to find […]

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How To Host A Cookie Swap In 2014

Posted December 5, 2014 by Anonymous

Written by Kait Fowlie If the term “cookie swap” conjures an image of festive-sweater-wearing ladies pouring over plates of cookies to Christmas carols as an apron clad host breezes around spreading cheer, you’re not alone. The tradition may be as […]

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Enter For A Chance To Win A Kurio Kids Tablet

Posted December 1, 2014 by Anonymous

The safest, most fun Android Tablet built for kids is Contest #5 in our Holiday Wishlist Giveaway Extravaganza! The Kurio takes kid tablets to a cutting-edge level with its improved design, features and technology. The easy-to-use Parental Area is password […]

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How To Make Your December Baby Feel Special On Their Birthday

Posted November 25, 2014 by Anonymous

You’ve been hit with a double whammy—the holidays mixed in with your child’s birthday. Depending on who you ask, having a birthday amidst all the holiday mayhem isn’t very convenient. But as a parent, you don’t want your child’s special […]

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UrbanMoms Holiday Wishlist Giveaway: 10 Prizes To Be Won!

Posted November 17, 2014 by Anonymous

We’ve made our list, checked it twice and it turns out all our UrbanMoms aren’t naughty, they’re nice! So we’ve put together our Holiday Wishlist Giveaway to help you fulfill your holiday dreams! Every week for the next six weeks, […]

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10 Jaw-Dropping Gingerbread Houses You Must See

Posted November 17, 2014 by Anonymous

Looking for a wonderful tradition to start with your family this holiday season? Why not throw on the aprons, bust out the icing and decorate your very own gingerbread house! They make a wonderful centerpiece for your holiday dinner or […]

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How To Prepare For Pictures With Santa

Posted November 12, 2014 by Anonymous

It wouldn’t be the holidays without your child’s annual Santa photo. It’s a great Christmas tradition where your children get to spill all their holiday hopes and dreams to good ol’  Saint Nick — that’s if they’re not already bawling their […]

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Christmas Is HOW Many Days Away?

Posted November 6, 2014 by Anonymous

I received a very alarming email this morning. I was going about my day, dealing with an overflowing inbox (as per usual) when Outlook informed me I had a brand new message. “There are only 49 days until Christmas!” the […]

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