Posts Tagged: Mississauga

Back To School Tips

In a blink of an eye summer has come and gone. Was it even a proper summer to begin with? These last few days have been chilly, with the prior weeks subject to cloudy and rainy days.   Leaving that aside, let’s get down to business: It’s back to school time!   For most parents… Read more »

Tips For A Timeless Kitchen

The kitchen is the biggest asset in your home. By investing in its decor you could wow friends, family as well as future buyers. The key to a beautiful kitchen is convenience as well as a timeless design.   Quartz Countertops Quartz-surfacing countertops require less maintenance than their granite comparables and are timeless in terms… Read more »

Homemade Festival Foods

Summer’s almost over, and with that comes the end of many food festivals, carnivals and such. If you want to enjoy the same festival treats in the comforts of your own home, then keep reading!   Mozzarella Cheese Sticks – ¾ cup all-purpose flour – ½ teaspoon salt – ½ teaspoon black pepper – 2… Read more »

5 Ways To Boost Your Home’s Value

Here are some tips for how to get the best bang for your buck on your home renovations, even in a tight real estate market. 1. Curb Appeal     If your house doesn’t look appealing from the outside, chances are a potential buyer will never make it inside. If the color of your house… Read more »

How To Transform Your Condo Balcony

When you live in an apartment, you give up a ground-level yard for a concrete floor and metal railings. By transforming your balcony into a pleasant space, you can enjoy a more inviting environment and find yourself spending more time there. Floors That cold, dull concrete floor is not a welcoming sight. By disguising the… Read more »

5 Ways to Declutter Your Garage

For most of us the garage is treated as a storage space for both big and small items. No one likes going in there to find something, so we’re going to help you change that! WALL SPACE              A lot of vertical space goes to waste. The whole point of this is to maximize… Read more »

June 2017 Market Watch

  For this month’s episode of Market Watch we will be talking about what the June market looked like. The Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) released their market watch report for last month, and we’re keeping up at the halfway mark.   We’ve come halfway through the year and the 2017 market has taken unexpected… Read more »

Let’s Go To Toronto Ribfest 2017!

Rathwood is home to many parks, including one of the biggest: Centennial Park. Centennial Park is a vast provincial park that boasts a wide variety of recreational facilities. The biggest festival to be held at the park is, hands-down, Ribfest. Not only is it the biggest event to be held at the park but it is one… Read more »

Quick and Easy 5-Ingredient Recipes You’ll Love

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Like cooking but hate the hassle? This may help you! Here are some quick and easy five-ingredient recipes (Everyone has salt, pepper, and oil in their kitchen so we didn’t count those in). Chicken Quesadillas   The shortcut we’re taking here is wait for it… rotisserie chicken! While they’re not the most flavourful by itself,… Read more »

7 Ways To Beat The Heat This Summer

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1. An obvious one: drink water, and lots of it! Think of your body like a machine: whenever it’s physically exerted or exposed to hot weather, it heats up. Your internal cooling system causes you to sweat using the water saved up in your body, so it’s important to refill that. To some of us… Read more »