1. So good to be reunited with my guitar. Here’s a cover of one of my favourite songs, “Toes” by Lights…it’s pretty unusual for me to get all the way through a song when I’m recording it (SAH MUCH PRESSURE) but I did this time & I think it’s all right! :) Cheers.

     
     

  2. My skin. You name a type of irritation, and I’ve either got it or have had it.

    I am so sick of these skin issues and sensitivities, after years and years.

    I use Alba, La Roche-Posay, Bioderma Crealine, Vanicream, and Dermalogica products - all of which should be super gentle and natural - and I’m still finding myself like this. It’s not that they’re not working, actually- it’s that I need to solve the problem at the core and not just fix it at (skin)surface level. I also need to find a new kickass dermatologist in Toronto.

    Although, I am pretty sure I usually get extra bad at the start of the fall i.e. change of season…but also in very hot or very cold weather. I just don’t know what to do, guys. I want to go jump in an oatmeal bath and hide from the grimy city air lol.

    Advice??

     
  3. Like this photo? Then please vote for me in this Canon contest on Toronto landscapes!

    CLICK-THROUGH the photo and then click VOTE! You don’t have to sign up or anything annoying like datttttt. THANKS SO MUCH GUYS :)

    p.s. Reblog if you EXTRA like this and want to share with your followers! I’ll give you a massive hug. xxxx

    http://www.nowtoronto.com/contests/canon/photo-view.cfm?photo=229

     
  4. lomographicsociety:

    Vintage Cities: Toronto

    Ever wonder what your city looked like 10, 20, maybe even 30 years ago? Well, we wondered the exact thing about our beautiful city of Toronto and came across a great community of vintage photos - Check them out after the jump!

     

  5. torontonarrative:

    Podcast 1 of Toronto Narrative (Anxiety, Depression & The Will To Live) by RM.

    Toronto Narrative (http://torontonarrative.com) is a new site focusing on all issues dealing with Toronto from the perspective of one man. It’s not necessarily of a highly political nature or focusing upon issues with a dispassionate, critical eye. It’s merely one human voice, without filtering or script, sharing with you what he feels about his place (and his place within this beautiful, and sometimes cruel city)

    The first installment deals with depression, anxiety, and the will to live. It details the author’s present struggle with all three.

    Have a listen. 

    beautiful. wonderful.

    (and, RM, you fascinate me as always.)

     
  6. So good to be back in #Toronto!

     
  7. Awesome Things in 2012 #23:

    An artistic exploration fusing dance, photography, and motion pictures.

    Check out the 360 Project by Toronto-based artist Ryan Enn Hughes!

    “‘The 360 Project’ is an exploration into the crossroads of photography and motion pictures. It is a study of peak dance movements, captured simultaneously by 48 cameras aligned in a circle.”

    “Krump 360” features dancers from Northbuck Krump.

     
     
  8. Check out the 360 Project by Toronto-based artist Ryan Enn Hughes (AW YEAH, TORONTO!)

    “‘The 360 Project’ is an exploration into the crossroads of photography and motion pictures. It is a study of peak dance movements, captured simultaneously by 48 cameras aligned in a circle.”

    "Ballet 360" features dancers from Canada’s National Ballet School.

     
     
  9. Awesome Things in 2012 #18:

    Instagram!


    The city TOnight (<-seewhatIdidthere)

    I love Toronto :)

     
  10. Really cool photo I saw online that someone took from the CN Tower this past Saturday! It was so foggy.

     
  11. Tonight I managed to find:

    1. the greatest drink: the cosmopolitan (Carrie Bradshaw wasn’t lying) (not like I’m the first person to find it, obviously, but I finally tried it!)

    2. the greatest little bar in Toronto

    3. the greatest pizza place in Toronto

    SUCCESS.

    p.s. photobomb in the background

     

  12. "Where you live shouldn’t determine whether you live."
    — 

    www.kony2012.com - STOP KONY.

    Watch it, share it, be a part of it: http://vimeo.com/37119711

    So glad this is finally coming to the forefront - and SO proud of the social media phenomenon!

     
  13. Come on, world! Let’s go!!

    TORONTO, join this Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/375371362487914/

    www.kony2012.com

    (Source: michaelbassfender, via paulieepocket)

     
  14. captainquezle:

    KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice.

    Highly recommend watching this video:

    https://vimeo.com/37119711

    Re-blog to raise awareness!