I'm probably getting ahead of myself. The leaves haven't even started to change colour yet, at least not downtown where I live. And there's really no chill in the air either, just the humidity's gone, which I love. So from my perspective, the weather couldn't be better. But it is almost the end of September and I've always dreaded Fall.
Toronto is the most populated city in Canada, and it's located just 2 hours (by car) from some America's most picturesque natural scenery. Upstate New York is known for its Adirondack Mountain peaks, gushing waterfalls, slender lakes and alluring towns. If you're considering a last-minute summer road trip or an early fall getaway in a summer-like atmosphere, the following are five reasons you should hop the border.
Autumn is upon us and summer vacation is becoming a distant memory. But with warm weather and a fall's golden hues it's the perfect time to head to Grey County for a fall colour tour. Only two hours north from Toronto, Grey County is often overlooked by the many who flock to Prince Edward County to get their fall colour fix.
I love pretty nails. They can really make an outfit come together and at the same time you can make a statement about your personality with the colours you choose for your polish. Here are the hottest trends for nails this fall and also the best tips to keep your manicure and pedicure looking amazing for a long time.
Change isn't easy. No matter which way you slice it or dice it, change is never going to be a breeze. So is there ever a perfect time to embark on change? And this isn't some high-level theory of "Start today, there's no such thing as tomorrow." I'm talking about a more practical approach -- what time of year is best?
Fall is one of the best times of year to hit the road with your furry friends. Campgrounds are less crowded, hotel rates are lower and cool fall weather is easier on your traveling pets. These five destinations in Canada and the United States promise breathtaking scenery and unforgettable adventures for you and your furry friend this fall.