“Going To The Chapel” – Amazing Special Wedding Offers!

Our “Going To The Chapel” package has been designed for couples interested in a truly intimate wedding experience. A Licensed Officiant will perform a standard civil ceremony. Upon request, religious, cultural and commitment ceremonies may also be performed. Going To The Chapel Special – Take advantage of our Going To The Chapel Special and invite 15 guests to your wedding ceremony for the price of 10. That’s a savings of over a $120! 17 people total including the couple. Book now to … [Read more...]

Toronto Wedding Chapel, Katherine Parris

Katherine Parris is an event planner extraordinaire with over 20 years of experience. Her weddings are legendary whether you are planning an intimate event for 2 or a major extravaganza for a few thousand of your closest friends. She created the Toronto Wedding Chapel, an intimate and elegant wedding chapel in the heart of mid-town Toronto, specifically to cater to smaller groups. Beautifully and elegantly pre-decorated with florals and candles, Katherine Parris has spared no expense in creating … [Read more...]

How To Make The Most Of Your Day Off

Having a day off is great! People need to take some time off now and then and focus on their well-being. It is important to relax and take a break from work even if you don't feel that tired. Having a day off is amazing for many reasons. You get to spend a whole day doing your favorite activities, you can create lovely memories with your friends, and you can relax your mind and body. However, many people see days off as a real nightmare. It might be a surprise for some, but there are people out … [Read more...]

How Can Online Therapy Help Me Get Through a Breakup?

A breakup can be challenging to go through, regardless of how long you’ve been together. If you’ve been together with your partner for years, the sudden life change is not only tough to deal with, but when combined with other emotions you’re feeling, it can be debilitating. Even if your relationship just lasted a few weeks, there are circumstances where it can be difficult to cope with. For example, if the relationship was your first in a long time, or ever, it can be a blow to your … [Read more...]

Celebrating the Good Things in Later Life

No-one wants to get older, but unfortunately, there’s no way of preventing the march of time – at least not yet; you never know what science will come up with in the future! But for now, aging is inevitable. Rather than feeling depressed at leaving your youth behind, it makes sense to look at the second half of your life as a new beginning, an opportunity to achieve great things and enjoy yourself, and celebrate the many ways in which life is so much better now for older women. Getting older is … [Read more...]

Gift Ideas for Children’s Christenings

Christenings are seen as cheerful events which bring together close family members and friends so that they can share in the special moment of a child’s life. The service is usually followed by a reception to allow everyone to catch up, reminisce, and more importantly, celebrate together a prominent day in a child’s life. While this is all fairly straightforward, if you have an upcoming christening to attend, one aspect which you might be struggling with is what to gift to give to the child and … [Read more...]

Six Ways to Improve Your Teaching

Every teacher strives to improve every day, and although you will never be perfect, there are many different ways you can work towards improving your teaching techniques. In this article we’ll discuss six ways you can do just that. Get Feedback from Your Students The best place to start when looking to improve your teaching is the students who are on the receiving end. Chatting to them about what they need and what they like, and dislike, can give you an excellent insight into how you can … [Read more...]

12 Ways to Prepare Your Home Before Your Newborn Arrives

You’ll want to ensure your home is ready for your little bundle of joy once he or she arrives in the world, so both of you can settle in with ease after childbirth. If you are unsure how or where to start, here are 12 ways to prepare your home before your newborn arrives. 1. Deep Clean Your Home Hygiene is important when caring for a baby. You must therefore deep clean your home prior to your daughter or son’s arrival. For example, ensure their nursery carpet is dirt and dust free with a … [Read more...]

How to Spot Elder Abuse and Stop It

Watching an elderly relative’s health deteriorate is never easy; however, it can be utterly heartbreaking to believe they are the victim of elder abuse, which could be emotional, physical, or financial abuse. Sadly, one in ten people over the age of 60 experience abuse or exploitation. This abuse can be at the hands of family members, caregivers, or in their nursing home. If you believe a loved one is a victim of elder abuse, here is what you should do. Look for Signs of Financial … [Read more...]

How to Get Over Changes In Your Relationship

The norms around romantic relationships have changed through the decades, and while there’s still some way to go in achieving a liberation from the constricting norms of tradition, there’s a general understanding that it isn’t essential to be stuck in a loveless marriage or long-term relationship and that you deserve better if this is the case - another shot at love. Whether you have been struggling in a declining relationship for years, or you’ve recently thought about calling time on a … [Read more...]

6 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health

If you’re feeling down, then it can be very difficult to find the motivation to make those positive changes. The challenge is to find those smaller steps that will encourage you to progress into the more drastic changes to your life. Focusing on the smaller changes can actually boost your mental health far more than you may have thought, so if the idea of tackling your feelings of negativity already seems like too much, then perhaps it’s time to consider just how small those changes can be, and … [Read more...]

6 Things Strong, Single And Independent Women Never Do

Being strong and independent doesn’t just mean you have your own apartment and you’re not depending on your parents. That’s not the point. It’s what you carry inside that matters. It’s the way you think and the way you act. You can be alone and proud of it. You don’t need anyone’s help and you don’t seek it. You know that you are more than capable of doing anything you wish and no one and nothing can stop you. Strong and independent women won’t seek approval in meaningless relationships … [Read more...]

World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development MAY 21 Event

Informative Speakers! Mingle and Socialize! Hors d'oeurves and Refreshments! DATE: MAY 21, 2018 VENUE: Markham Convention Centre -- 2901 Markham Rd, Toronto, ON M1X 0B6 TIME: 7 PM - 10 PM Esteemed Speakers Anne Lamson came to Canada in 1998 after graduating Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Philippines. She worked 4 years as a caregiver for a lady with Multiple Sclerosis before deciding to pursue other careers, both in the Hospitality and Retail industry. She moved … [Read more...]

How to be the Best Pet Owner

Animals can be the most rewarding friends you will ever have, which explains why having pets is so popular all over the world. There are so many excellent reasons why people enjoy sharing their homes with other species and having a pet is seen as fairly common. However, inviting a pet into your home isn’t as simple as going to the pet store and handing over the money; it is an important duty to be a good caregiver to any animals in your home. Despite the fact that it seems as if almost anybody … [Read more...]

How to Help Your Best Friend Plan Her Dream Wedding

Being chosen as the Maid of Honor is a wonderful thing. Your best friend trusts you and loves you and wants you with her every step of the way towards one for the best days of her life. Weddings are big, and they require a lot of planning and management and one bride simply cannot do it all by herself. Then, of course, there are activities like the bridal shower and the bachelorette party that the maid of honor plans for the bride-to-be. There are so many ways you can join your best friend on … [Read more...]

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