So I get these questions asked to me when I tell people I am a film student with a film waiting to get into festivals. I get asked “What is film Festival?”, “Is it like TIFF?” (I’m from Toronto) and “Does it mean anything?”. And the answers to all of those and more are what I am going to be writing about here.
So around a year and a half ago, I was diagnosed with bi-polar. The diagnosis changed my life. It both threw it into chaos, as well as brought order to the chaos that I was experiencing. I had an answer to so many problems. I had spent my life wishing there was a magic pill I could take that would make everything better. And although that didn't happen exactly, I had to try many different pills, as well as therapies; I have found the light at the end of the tunnel. I am happy where I am. I am a student and live a crazy never-ending rollercoaster of a life, but in a good way. One that I can see coming and prepare for, and enjoy.
Whether you have a long layover or are coming for a holiday, the question of what to do while you are in a city always comes up. So for the beautiful city of Toronto, it can seem hard to figure out what to do. It has some attractions that are very well known, like the CN Tower, which once held the record for the tallest freestanding structure in the world. But there are so many more things to do in the city then just that. This list gives you some advice about where you can go around the city. There is a lot to see and do in this big of a city. So if you're traveling by TTC or have a car, this list goes through all the things that are fun to do in the city.
So you wanna keep fish, but you have never had a fish before. Now you could Google for hours looking up information on fish and how to care for them. But I would recommend one fish in particular, a Betta fish. These are hardly fish, that do need care, but are far simpler than many other fish available out there. For a couple reasons, they are a great fish for beginners. So if you re looking for an easy setup, clean up, and maintenance for a pretty coloured fish, this is the fish for you.
Have you ever thought "I don't want to give my money to big companies that are just using it to line their pockets."? I have, often. So I went on the hunt this year to find companies that give back in some way with the purchases you make. I found a bunch of companies that do some good with the money they make. If it is supporting artisans and charity causes, or cleaning the ocean all these companies do some good.