Posts tagged Thornbury
The Daisy Market - Bringing Change To Our Community

One step into The Daisy Market and it’s hard not to feel instantly welcomed. First impression leaves you appreciating the open concept space that with a range of wonderful products that promote an eco-friendly lifestyle and a waste-less mindset, something I personally want to educate myself on a little more. Prior to opening, Owner Cass Dinsmore had been searching for that one thing that she felt passionate about and that one thing she could wake up and love doing – turns out The Daisy Market is that one thing.

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A Lokal Guide: Gifts for the Little Ones

I’m never not amazed by the bundle of talented women that surround me including some fierce small business owners– behind the scenes creating, making, supporting, being mom’s and everything in between. I wanted to round up some of my favourite local businesses that specialize in adorable handmade baby goods so that I could support these entrepreneurs I speak so highly of.

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Two Boss Babes Making Local Waves

It makes me so happy when I see local friends joining forces to bring change within our community, or as they like to say "making waves". Local gals Tamara Hibbard (Dream by Day) and Aysia Garbe (Bay Blue) have recently teamed up to bring to life a series of artisan markets, aimed at bringing together Ontario crafters while raising awareness for local non-profits and initiatives. Oh boy do we need this!

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Fuel Your Body With SoulFire Holistics

Alex Kimble, owner of SoulFire Holistics, is changing the way I feel about eating healthy. With years of hard work and dedication, Alex has nurtured her business into something much more than she could have imagined. Soulfire Holistics is a 3 division business including Yoga, Lifestyle Coaching and Nutrition. Together these strands encompass all that Alex is passionate about and it truly shines through in her devotion to her community.

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Wake Up and Smell the Apples

It's no secret that I love autumn and all that it brings. If you didn't know, now you do! From cozy sweaters and pumpkin carving, to apple picking and craft shows, there is no shortage of things to do in the Georgian Triangle. It's a quick season, but just enough time to pack everything in before the big Thanksgiving feast. 

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