Here are 10 signs you grew up in Scarborough.
It's no surprise the neighbourhood is a hotbed for ethnic food and wholesome outdoor activities - there's definitely no roti or greenery quite like Scarborough's anywhere else in the GTA. The area may have an undeserved bad reputation, but there are quite a lot of things to do in its 188 square kilometres.
Here's how to spend a day in Scarborough from morning until late night.
But for those keen on the purported benefits of the juice cleanse, such as flushing out toxins, charging up on nutrients and - as a result - feeling brand new, it's good to know who can provide enough juice to sustain you. Of course, this kind of detox isn't for everyone - make sure your physician gives you the OK.
Here are my picks for the top 5 juice cleanse options in Toronto.
See also: The best juice bars in Toronto
In a sea of #ootds, these are the names that stood out to me the most - certainly making the hashtag a lot more bearable to peruse. Here are my picks for the 10 must-follow Instagram accounts for fashion lovers in Toronto.
This Week in Fashion: The Post Market, Blogger Bazaar, Pinewood wardrobe sale, Bellwoods Block Party
This weekend (May 31 & June 1), visit the old post office at Queen East and Winnifred (1075 Queen St E) for a pleasant surprise: The Post Market - a weekend shopping event filled to the brim with vendors like Violet Crown Vintage, Greenhouse Juice and Fitzroy Boutique. From 11am until 5pm each day, pick through to find treasures like vintage clothing, accessories, apothecary, organic food, and way more.
Read my profile of Jonathan + Olivia in the fashion section.