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  • The art of cultivating haste for more happiness!

    The art of cultivating haste for more happiness!

    In the era of instantaneity, the accessibility of information, fast food, fast fashion, there is a beautiful feeling closely linked to happiness that we cultivate very rarely: haste.

    Having more and more easy access to credit, to the possibility of paying our goods and services in 108 installments, we move away, unconsciously, from this feeling of haste. We talk a lot about cultivating joy, gratitude, slowing down. In a process of personal growth, one of the next salutary steps is to learn to appreciate, to cultivate haste. Haste is a transformative feeling, for life in general, but also in the way of consuming.

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  • Travelling? 5 easy tips to get your travelling clothes ready

    Travelling? 5 easy tips to get your travelling clothes ready

    It's the time of year when glittering snowflakes, the joy of winter sports and even the warmth of a wood fire are no longer enough to appreciate Quebec's winter ... Like many other Quebeckers, you might be planning for a small (or a big) trip south this month.  Unless you are one of those, who are more patient. Your trip planning might be for the summer of 2019 as a family, in a unique destination.

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  • Clothes and self esteem in reconstruction

    Clothes and self esteem in reconstruction

    Recently, I realized that I had forgotten myself, the woman, and not just the mother, the wife, the daughter, the sister and the friend. I chose my clothes between two races for the house, the grocery store and all these daily tasks that quickly take up all the space in our daily life.

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  • Resolution 2019: less waste!

    Resolution 2019: less waste!

    I finished 2018 with the satisfaction of having accomplished several projects. Now, I'm more than ready to start the new year. It’s often a classic for everyone, the beginning of a year rhymes with realization.

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  • Choosing a comfort chic look for the Holidays (and for the well being of the planet!)

    Choosing a comfort chic look for the Holidays (and for the well being of the planet!)

    Ah, the Holidays ... It's the season to wear chic outfits, shiny accessories ... it's the time of year when you wear your most beautiful clothes or shop for a special little dress to celebrate the New Year. 

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  • Is recycled sustainable?

    Is recycled sustainable?

    Have you heard lately of giant retailers putting bins in their stores to recuperate clothes? Do you know that less than one per cent of clothing is recycled to make new clothing? Customers are urged to donate "any clothes or home textiles that are no longer wanted or needed" so they can be "given a new purpose."

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  • Exclusive "SAVE & SWAP" evening

    Exclusive "SAVE & SWAP" evening

    Exclusive "SAVE & SWAP" evening

    Friday, september 28th 2018 from 4 pm to 9 pm

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  • Happiness in little things

    Happiness in little things

    Positive thinking, happy messages on mugs, downloadable files, clothes, can these practices really increase our level of happiness?

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  • Braderies: your know-it-all guide to this BIG sale event

    Braderies: your know-it-all guide to this BIG sale event

    The upcoming season of “braderies” is at our doorstep and most of Quebec designers are in full preparation! Indeed, the Grande Braderie de Mode Québécoise produced by Anne De Shalla is one of the preferred fashion events of fashionistas and bargain hunters.   

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  • Making organic clothing the next organic food

    Making organic clothing the next organic food

    For the past 5 years, there has been a visible movement towards consuming organic products in North America. In Canada, organic is regulated by the government and must follow national standards. There are over 3780 organic farms in Canada covering 953 thousand hectares of land. Supporting local organic farmers and producers is more than just a trend it’s a new way of thinking, shopping and eating for young Canadians.

    Total annual retail sales of certified organic products in Canada are approximately 5.4 billion up from $3.5 billion in 2012, and 66% of Canadian shoppers are purchasing organic items weekly. Plus, 80% of organic shoppers make organic purchases at regular grocery stores. That means that retailers are also making the change so organic products are more available to Canadian consumers.  

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