There’s no such thing as a free(lance) lunch is a series that asks professional freelancers the questions you want to ask them. Think of it as having coffee with everyone at the same time. This week: Christopher Turner
I wear a LED armband when I run. I get asked this every time I go for a run in the dark, so granted, not very often but every time I’m outdoors. Continue reading “The Perfect LED running armband” »
Part of my job entails me meeting people and discussing the contributor network. This means carrying some tech with me – my phone(s), a tablet and occasionally my laptop. This means a decent-sized bag to carry it all.
A colleague and I walk up to Shops at Don Mills a few times a week to get lunch, coffee and to just get out for a bit. Today we went over and took a slightly different route to the grocery store. On our way I saw a Lucian Matis store. Continue reading “Lucian Matis Home at Shops at Don Mills” »
Which I don’t advocate because between the pressure, the quality of a lot of items and spending money – it just doesn’t seem like a good deal.
If I was, I might get this – mostly so I can tick off the cities. Continue reading “IF you’re going to shop Cyber Monday” »
Flipping through a magazine, I saw this: Continue reading “Would you be more successful if you had no friends?” »
It’s not as difficult as you’d expect. The trick is to offer an alternative.
Click to see what else happened in and around the Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood. Continue reading “Photos: week of October 27” »
I’m not one to bet on horses – or anything at all - but when Natalie invited me out for an afternoon at Woodbine Racetrack, I said yes. Continue reading “Betting on the horses at Woodbine Racetrack” »
Formerly one of the duo that was Pavoni. Mikael D sent some beautiful dresses down the runway – most suited for weddings but some suited for the club. Continue reading “Pictures from the Mikael D show at World MasterCard Fashion Week” »