There’s no denying that the high tech world offers benefits. Time and a place. But while we embrace what’s new and fast, there’s something to be said about returning to simpler times and not feeling bombarded. Sensory overload is real.
Chef Alvin Leung aka “The Demon Chef” is known across the culinary scene in Canada and around the world. But it wasn’t how his career began. Fun fact, Leung made the decision to switch his career from engineer to chef at the age of 42 and made a life changing decision to follow his passion – and it’s paid off.
In the midst of the 100s of emails HGTV personality & contractor Bryan Baeumler receives every day, one theme sticks out – people like you and I asking for referrals or recommendations on home-service experts. And that was the key to his partnership with CEO and founder of HeyBryan, Lance Montgomery
For anyone who’s ever suffered from chronic pain, you know how exhausting can be the search for relief. Perhaps the biggest frustration is trying to relay your symptoms to your doctor in a convincing and comprehensive way. While saying, “It hurts all the time” may be true, it doesn’t give your doctor very much information to go on.
The best apps are the ones that seem like they’re not even there. They let you go about your business in a smooth and seamless way that seems to create an experience devoid of technology. Nowhere is that more important than when it comes to managing your money. With so much on the line, you need to be able to oversee and direct your finances with confidence, security, and simplicity.
As much as I try to make my lunch at home the night before work, it can be tough. In between walking my dogs, finishing up some work emails, going for a swim and, oh yes, trying to have a few minutes to relax, I don’t always have the time or energy to cook.