New Year’s Eve looks a little different this year. While most bars and restaurants have been closed in Ontario temporarily, it’s the year to get creative at home. We have some fun suggestions on how to host an intimate celebration to help you welcome in 2021. If you don’t feel like cooking, don’t forget to check out your local favourite restaurants as well, many are offering delivery and takeout menus for New Year’s Eve and definitely need your support right now!
We’ve all been there; having to host Christmas dinner and finding out last minute. It’s stressful, time consuming and can ruin a wonderful day with family. Don’t freak out just yet because we’ve got you covered with easy and delicious recipes to please the entire family (well, most of ‘em anyways).
As kid you'd plan your Halloween costume as soon as school started up again in September. As an adult, you're likely a little less organized when it comes to planning out what you're going to wear. If you're reading this and it's noon on October 31st don't panic - we've got some fun, affordable and easy costumes that you can whip together on your way home - or on your way to the party, if need be!