Real Estate: It’s Not For You Hits #1 Bestseller in 24 Hrs

WOW. Unbelievable! The much awaited real estate book co-authored by myself and Toronto real estate “legend” Todor Yordanov has already hit #1 Bestseller on Amazon in less than 24 hours. It’s been a long road…but an INCREDIBLE journey! I had such a pleasure writing this with Todor and editing and publishing this. All the hard […]

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Avoiding Jellyfish when you Travel

There’s nothing like a good jellyfish sting to spoil your trip. Getting stung is not always life threatening, but sometimes severe reactions can be. What do you do if you get stung by a jellyfish and you have no idea what to do? What if you have a reaction and you’re miles away from a […]

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One of the #1 Places to Live in Toronto

If you ask the average Torontonian what would constitute as being one of them, they’d probably tell you that you have to be living here for at least a decade. Who really is a Torontonian? Is it the $8 beers, or the former crack-smoking mayor? Perhaps it’s hearing more than fifteen languages within a ten-minute […]

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Greetings and Thanks Affirmation Prayer

Greetings and Thanks to each other as People To the Earth Mother of all Greetings and Thanks to all the Waters Waterfalls and Rain Rivers and Oceans Greetings and Thanks the Grains and Greens Beans and Berries as one we send Thanks to Food Plants Medicine Herbs of the world and their keepers Greetings and […]

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Malcolm Gladwell “Outliers” – Book Review

What do you think makes people successful? Timing? Money? Place of birth? You may be surprised. With an interesting and shocking twist, Malcolm Gladwell will shatter many of your current beliefs about humanity. He explores the popularly held beliefs about what makes people successful. He has compelling points. As a reader, you get to understand that […]

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autumn recollection

I remember yesterday, this same path, and the thought of who could have been there causes the cracks in the pavement to recede backward, a little further away in my reasoning. I wait until the October wind sweeps me through, makes me sit and wonder in its outstretched arms, while a cyclist waiting, head turning […]

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The things you don’t know about Vegas

How to describe VEGAS, exactly? …All the entertainment in the world combined, perhaps, in one giant place — all given to you at once. It doesn’t even feel real, but it is. …It’s a real, fake place. …Picture a slew of bending, warping neon lights of all colours in the spectrum — moving, flashing, blinking, […]

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