Studied Interior Design in college and Art History and First Nations Studies in university. She is passionate about gadgets, video games and technology, loves pouring over interior design magazines and blogs, and is an avid traveller. Tazim Damji

Stylish Mobile Accessories for People on the go (with Giveaway – Canada Only)

Stylish Mobile Accessories

I don't know about you, but I use my iPhone for pretty much everything — which means that the battery runs out fairly quickly. With all the use that phone-y gets, I feel safe knowing that she is protected from scratches and what-not with Belkin's TrueClear Invisiglass Screen Protector. I feel much better knowing that I won't run out of battery life at a crucial moment (like when I'm trying to watch funny animal videos or obsessively check my weather forecast app), and that my sweet iPhone is … [Read more...]

The Dyson AM06 Fan is Powerful yet Quiet

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The Dyson Cool AM06 12" Desk Fan has powerful airflow, no spinning blades, and is easy to keep dust-free. Even on the lowest setting, this is one powerful fan! Dyson's AM06 12" Desk Fan is now 75% quieter, making this the perfect fan to keep in my bedroom. I've been using this powerful, yet super-quiet fan in my bedroom to create a cross-breeze and get me through the heat waves. I love that the sound of the fan doesn't bother me at night, and the great timer feature lets me keep it on for just … [Read more...]

Microplane Spiral Cutter : A Twist on the Everyday

microplane spiral cutter

I've been looking for fun and interesting ways to add some more "fun" to my salads and summer vegan meals. I have a fridge full of vegetables thanks to the many farmer's markets that are nearby. I just can't help picking up more of everything, several times a week! The Microplane Spiral Cutter has helped me create some interest with my meals and given me lots of ideas on new recipes to try out. No-fail spirals Like the look of all the zucchini pasta dishes you've been lately on Pinterest? … [Read more...]

Juicing vs Blending (with Infographic)

What's are the key differences with juicing vs blending? Well, there's a science behind it, as it turns out. I had no idea about the inherent differences between, for example, a green smoothie and green juice in terms of nutritional properties. The folks over at Juicing Science provide detailed information about (what else) the science of juicing. Here's a simple infographic for basic differences between juicing and blending: … [Read more...]

HomeRight SteamMachine Plus Review

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Rather than just pushing first around, the SteamMachine Plus disinfects floors and countertops to make sure that you can go barefoot around your home without worries. "The 205 degree temperature steam at nozzle kills 99.9 percent of germs and bacteria including e-coli, salmonella, and staph." This is a big benefit, especially for those with children and pets. … [Read more...]

Redbubble Helps you go Back to School in Style

Redbubble Tote Bag

Who wants to have the same t-shirt, tote bag or phone case as everyone else—when school is all about showing off your individuality. That's what school is for, right? Developing your own style?! While I'm not going back to school in a traditional sense, I do consider myself a lifelong learner. As such, I spend a fair amount of time with my laptop at libraries (actually, I'm at my local library right now). I like to carry my library books home in a comfortable tote bag that holds a decent … [Read more...]

Wide Brimmed Sun Hat: Quintessential Summer Accessory

Magid Women's Space Dyed Wide Brim Floppy Hat

The perfect sun accessory—an oversized sun hat, of course! Pair this beauty with some bright red lipstick, a floral beach cover-up and a beach bag, and you're all set! But, really—paired with anything, this sun hat makes a glam statement. Made of straw with a nautical-esque white rope and gold chain accent, this hat is an absolute must for days spent at one of the waterfront parks/beaches or sitting out on a patio.  … [Read more...]

Vancouver Travel for 20-Somethings

Top 20 things to do in Vancouver

Vancouver is well-known for a few different things: its gorgeous natural scenery, and maybe the high cost of living. That last one need not effect travels, though—and there are plenty of free or inexpensive things to do and see in the city. Here are just 20 things to do in Vancouver for 20-somethings (that other age groups will likely also enjoy): … [Read more...]

Grocery Budget Tutor and a Grocery Challenge

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We are celebrating the launch of Grocery Budget Tutor with a month-long back-to-school grocery challenge. The winner of the #grocerychallenge will receive $250 cash money! Who doesn't need a little more pocket change to start the school year? What I would do with an extra $250: stock up on "fancy" food ingredients so that I can make myself the most delicious lunches on work days. Also, I would stock up on some really amazing stationery for my home office! … [Read more...]

Conditioned Smooth Skin Ready for Summer

Summer-time means it's time for lots of sunshine, exposed skin and extra shaving. When you need to shave your legs more frequently that you can wear cute summer shorts and skirts, you don't want to make the experience more gruelling than it needs to be. LUSH's D'Fluff Strawberry Shaving Soap smells and feels like strawberry whipped cream. It's so light and airy that it can't possibly leave your skin feeling too greasy or too dry. This new product from LUSH will help prevent razor burn and … [Read more...]