Decorating for the Holidays
Nov28

Decorating for the Holidays

“Flowers are always the same the world over and they’ve been the same for years and years. What makes them different is how you put them together,” says Suzanne Gardner “I love the holiday season”, says Suzanne. “We always try to come up with unexpected arrangements and to offer our clientele unique and distinct natural holiday decor items”.

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Paw-sitive Reinforcement
Nov28

Paw-sitive Reinforcement

Positive reinforcement can come in all forms, from the simple positive or encouraging words and pats, to the more tradition and physical like treats or time with a beloved toy.

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Classic Holiday Cookie Recipes
Nov28

Classic Holiday Cookie Recipes

Ingredients and directions for Christmas cookies.

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Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting
Aug30

Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

CORRECTION TO RECIPE IN PRINT:
In the ingredients it should say
1 CUP pumpkin puree (not 1 tsp)
We apologize for any confusion.

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Creamy Mushroom Chicken
Aug30

Creamy Mushroom Chicken

Ingredients and directions to make creamy mushroom chicken.

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Charred Anaheims with Herbed Ricotta
Aug30

Charred Anaheims with Herbed Ricotta

Directions and ingredients to create charred anaheims with berbed ricotta.

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Boozy Smoothies
Aug30

Boozy Smoothies

Directions and ingredients to make 3 boozy smoothies.

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Halloom and Za’Atar Pizza
Aug30

Halloom and Za’Atar Pizza

Ingredients and directions to make halloom and za’atar pizza.

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Autumn Minestrone Soup
Aug30

Autumn Minestrone Soup

Ingredients and directions to make an autumn minestrone soup.

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Pumpkin Torte
Aug30

Pumpkin Torte

Ingredients and directions to make a pumpkin torte.

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Windrush: your local world class winery
Aug30

Windrush: your local world class winery

Today, with the “new normal”, wines from Windrush Estate Winery are offered in sixty restaurants! Locally, you can enjoy them in establishments like Mrs. Mitchell’s, Taste of Freedom, Millcroft Inn & Spa, Mono Cliffs Inn, Wine Spot, Beyond the Gate, Chez Michel, TIMO, Gourmandissimmo and The Vista restaurant at Mount Alverno Luxury Resorts, to mention a few.

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You Never Finish Learning
Aug30

You Never Finish Learning

The true beauty of education, however runs deeper – because although education means you’re investing in yourself (to invest in your clients), it also means that you’re never entirely on your own. Whether you’re pursuing further degree programs, utilizing online tutorials or working with a larger company, you are creating a network of resources that you can refer back to whenever you need.

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The Power of the Yarn
Aug30

The Power of the Yarn

Have you ever wondered, when you’re starting a project, or roaming around a store, which yarn is best? Whether you should look towards something natural, or stick with perhaps familiar synthetics? Think how much easier it would be, if when you do begin to wonder, there’s someone right there to provide the answer.

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An Ongoing Renovation To A Real Fixer Upper: the kitchen
Aug30

An Ongoing Renovation To A Real Fixer Upper: the kitchen

As part of an ongoing renovation/restoration of their 50-year-old Caledon Village home, Brenda and Bill Evans decided that their next project would be a major re-creation of their kitchen.

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When e-design & hands-on designer consultation meet
Aug30

When e-design & hands-on designer consultation meet

Downsizing is never easy. Deciding what to take, what to purge, and what you simply cannot live without can not only be daunting, it can be downright overwhelming. When Julie decided a few years ago to sell her farmhouse and move to a condo in Elora, she knew that Paula was going to be instrumental in helping with pairing the “old” from her farmhouse with the “new” of her condo.

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Come See It for Yourself
Aug30

Come See It for Yourself

If you ask Original Home Furniture on Woodlawn Road in Guelph, they will give you an emphatic yes, and it seems like many of the companies that they carry, which are all moving to in-store “design” studios, also agree.

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Take Away Some of That “Renovation Stress”
Aug30

Take Away Some of That “Renovation Stress”

There are many reasons why hiring a professional can be very beneficial, both financially and emotionally. Putting the hard stuff in the hands of a professionally trained designer can take away some of that “renovation stress” and may save you money in the long run.

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Building Your Dreams One Tile at a Time
Aug30

Building Your Dreams One Tile at a Time

While the blends of rich woods and clean white marble that weave through the home are a striking combination, we are going to concentrate on three rooms in particular: the kitchen and two bathrooms. 

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The ’47 Ford Truck
Aug30

The ’47 Ford Truck

‘The truck was in pretty rough shape to say the least with a lot of rust and had a different frame and a different engine underneath. About a month later I was out in the Guelph area and came across another identical ’47 Ford and you can appreciate that being a 1947 model, it was also going to be in rough shape, but I liked that it had a solid original frame, so I bought this truck as well.

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Biking Trails in Caledon
Aug30

Biking Trails in Caledon

“Rail trail” is a term for the many bike trails made of either gravel or forest that criss-cross the Caledon, Orangeville, and Erin area. Other “road trails” are on concrete, and as the name indicates, are on paved municipal roads

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