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 Prime Minister Trudeau said what we’ve all been feeling, “COVID sucks”. We all know we’re heading into a particularly difficult winter, one where we won’t be able to find comfort in seeing friends and loved ones. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) occurs to many of us every winter and this year it’s going to hit harder than ever so here are some ways to ward off the blahs and boost our...

Using Food and Movement to Beat the Winter Blues - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

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If ever there was a perfect time for food books, then surely this, the era of the global Covid-19 pandemic, is it. With most of us locking down in various formats for the upcoming winter season, our kitchens will all feature prominently for the next several months while visions of vaccines dance in our heads.Many of us love cookbooks, not necessarily because we are searching for a recipe –...

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At a young age, I developed a passion for cars, my first love was a VW Bug. As I grew older, I hung out with “gear heads” and came to enjoy the smell of fuel and burning rubber. Later I learned to recognize the sound of different motors and appreciate their fine lines and classic styling. Several models were available for just a short time, and some were simply before their time. The public...

Getting Plugged In - 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 votes

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An organized society, or ‘polity,’ is made up of innumerable interactions among individual persons – and between each of us and the myriad of laws, norms, policies, and practices that govern the ways we navigate our way through daily life. Never mind the overrated internet; the real ‘world-wide web’ is the profuse, intricate network of connections between people, regulatory bodies, and commercial...

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The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating      Elisabeth Tova Bailey Our customers often suggest "good reads" to us; this little book is one of those. It is not a new book. In fact, it's in its twelth printing, having been published ten years ago. But Bailey's meditation on her encounter with a common woodland snail is perhaps even more pertinent in these pandemic times. She gives the...

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