After 20 years of dating and over 100 relationships later, I have created "The Milk and Bone Theory." Take a close look at the behaviour of cats and dogs, notice which qualities you share with both animals. You will most likely have commonalities with one more than the other. Here are five ways to tell if you are a cat or a dog in a relationships.
TV producer, Writer, Business Owner & Yoga Teacher
Alana is a successful television producer, radio producer/ reporter and print journalist. Over the past 15 years, Alana has lived in 6 different cities and has led top newsrooms around the country. She has held almost every position in the news, current affairs and entertainment media. Alana launched several major shows including: "George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight", "Steven and Chris" and many more. She has held the following positions: Network Exclusives Producer, Segment Producer, TV Writer, Celebrity Producer, Radio Talk Show Host, Radio Talk Show producer, Assignment Editor, Field producer, Celebrity Booker, Chase Producer, Director, Executive Producer, Publicist, Distributor and many more. <br> <br> In 2011, Alana launched her own company Hotel Yoga and Fitness Inc. (www.hotelyoga.ca) and left her job at CBC. The company was built out of Alana's love of fitness, television and travel. The luxury mobile fitness company brings health and wellness to hotels, corporate offices, film sets, movie theaters, golf courses and much more. <br> <br> As a certified yoga and pilates teacher, Alana works with high profile athletes and celebrities. She produced an innovative Fitness DVD "Yoga For Men" with MLB Star Joe Carter and WWE Champion Trish Stratus.
Tis' the season to make a mess. From baking gingerbread men to preparing five-course meals for family and friends, it's all extremely daunting and stressful. With no budget for a live-in maid and an innate dislike of cleaning, I enlisted supermom entrepreneur Kalpana Kundra for advice.
12/16/2014 05:24 EST
What does it take to become a millionaire? I posed that question to 52-year-old, self-made millionaire Bobby Genovese. With a net worth of over $200 million dollars, the venture capitalist seems like a pretty perfect person to offer up some valuable advice.
12/11/2014 12:29 EST
over the years and through a lot of bad encounters and relationships, I adapted and went from sweet and innocent to sexy vixen with an edge. Now that I am in a happy and committed relationship, I have some valuable advice for all of those single girls out there. I wish I had this kind of wisdom when I was on the hunt for my Prince.
12/10/2014 08:39 EST
I consider myself pretty lucky to be able to say that my best friend is also my boyfriend. With all that said, it isn't always dinner by flowers and candlelight. In fact, it's more often than not a daily negotiation of the cleaning duties. So, in one week...I discovered the formula for the age old question of how to get any man to do the dishes.
06/30/2014 01:09 EDT
I have often thought it would be cool to own a yoga studio and as I type this blog, I am actually sitting in my very own studio gulping down a protein shake. How did it happen? Well that's a good question because it happened in one just one week, (well sort of...).
01/21/2014 05:14 EST
Ultimate freedom, waking up late, working in your pj's and taking a spontaneous day off. It sounds like the dream job, doesn't it? Well, if running your own business is that glorious, why doesn't everyone do it? The fact is, being an entrepreneur is probably the hardest thing you will ever do. It will consume your thoughts, your relationships, your sleep and your life. You may never have a "day off" again. Still interested?
10/10/2013 12:17 EDT
Imagine going to bed with flu-like symptoms and waking up three weeks later with no legs and only one arm. Bryan Cuerrier doesn't have to imagine. He lived it. He was diagnosed with Flesh Eating Disease. But his love and passion for life hasn't changed. To mark the third anniversary of the incident, he and his incredibly devoted wife have signed up for the Toronto Marathon on May 5.
03/08/2013 12:30 EST
I used to thrive on stress and deadlines. Everything changed a few years ago, when I suffered a concussion. I was forced to "live in the moment" and slow down. As a yogi for many years, I never truly understood the meaning of "letting go" and "being present" until my brain injury. I didn't have the choice, rushing through my life was no longer an option.
01/04/2013 05:25 EST
It's pitch black when you wake up, go to work and return home. It's the time of the year when many of us choose our couches over the gym and boxes of chocolate over a bag of carrots. It's because we are living in 65 per cent darkness. If you are in need of that extra boost of sunshine try doing a backbend. It's completely free, will make you feel happy, light and energized.
12/21/2012 05:29 EST
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