Exploring Downtown Toronto with Kids — Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament

Last Friday, we headed downtown to Medieval Times. It was a first-time visit for everyone and we were so thrilled with the experience – the kids are still talking about it! Read on to learn more about our visit, details you might want to know before planning your visit, and to see photographs from our trip. When booking tickets, there Read More …

Meditation & Mindfulness for Young Kids

Buddha was asked, “What have you gained from meditation”? He replied “Nothing. However let me tell you what I lost: Anger, anxiety, depression, insecurity, fear of old age and death. In today’s fast-paced, technological world where disconnection is a rising problem, meditation and mindfulness practices are vital tools in raising self-awareness. Kids have the ability to be present in the Read More …

10 Things About Me (that you probably didn’t know)

To commemorate reaching 8K followers, I thought I’d hop onto the #10thingsaboutme bandwagon. Here are 10 things you probably didn’t know about me: 1. I’m an introvert, but that’s probably quite obvious. 2. I believe in karma and reincarnation. I believe positivity attracts positive outcomes. I also believe that if you keep your front entrance disorganized you invite in chaos. Read More …

Exploring Downtown Toronto with Kids – Allan Gardens Conservatory

Over the Easter long weekend, we took a trip downtown to check out the Allan Gardens Conservatory. The Allan Gardens Conservatory consists of six greenhouses which house tropical plants, plants from Australia and the Mediterranean, palms and seasonal plants, and cacti. The conservatory is a great escape from the city, cleverly located in the heart of the city. There is Read More …