so you might as well enjoy it. It’s snow, and if plenty has fallen in your
area, there are many ways you can make of the most of it.
golf course, no longer green, can make for a great free cross country ski park.
You can also snow-shoe too.
snowmen is a better workout than going to the fitness centre. Your nearby park
can make a great place for sledding if it has hills. You can buy sleds for as
low as $20CDN and have all the entertainment you want, all winter long. It’s a
entertainment, snowball fights are great! As long as you have that kind of snow
that is soft and you avoid the eye areas, you can turn a snowfall into a
wonderful bonding experience. Plus, all that activity will warm you up.
streets are clear from ice and some of the snow that is really difficult to get
through, going for a walk is a relaxing way to spend your weekends. Even if you
have to plough through the snow with your legs, this is great exercise. You can
marvel at the trees that have changed so much since the spring. Especially
around holiday times, if you do your walking at night, you can enjoy the
holiday lights on the houses and stores – all this for free.
With a pair of rented skates or ones you already own, many places have rinks where you can get some great exercise. Using the rinks is free most of the time; all you need to worry about is the cost of the skates.
snow falls, if you need to shovel, you can see it as a great way to burn
calories. Shovelling snow can be the equivalent to many hours spent at the gym
and help you to burn off those holiday meals.
Nothing is better in the winter sometimes than watching it fall from the inside on stormy days. Sit back, drink a cup of hot chocolate and listen to Billie Holiday on the radio to get you into the winter mood. The snow is around for a while, so you might as well enjoy it.
gas prices now it helps to know how to get around for less money. There are so
many options; all you have to do is choose.
If you are travelling within a given city, check out AutoShare. You can rent a car by the hour and bring it back at many convenient locations within your city. This is great if you are planning to do grocery shopping because you have an army to feed or a hurricane is coming either one. You may have somewhere special to go with someone special and need the wheels to impress. Whatever is your fancy? To find out more about this service, please visit www.autoshare.com.
possibility is Craigslist in the San Francisco Bay area. They have Rideshare
lists for many cities around the world. This works similar to AutoShare where
you have to pay. But, if you are looking for something for free Berkeley has a
free rideshare program for people who commute across the Bay Bridge to San
Francisco. Many universities have services like these, so check your bulletin
In Quebec, there is Allostop. This service is great. When a former chum and I were living in different cities, this was my primary mode of transportation to see him. Unfortunately, I have been banned from Allostop because I got into an argument with one of the drivers over the fact he was late and I did not want to pay. I was young and hot-headed. I hope I know have my chance to make amends and promote this great service. I advise anyone using these services to pack your anger in your bags.
Many youth hostels around the world, especially the beautiful ones in Germany and through many parts of Europe, have free rides or rides posted for low fees up on their bulletin boards. You will not ever know who you may get, so use this one with caution. If you are travelling in a group, you are less likely to get into trouble.
aside, traveling with rideshare programs or renting a vehicle can be a great
way to meet people. If you do not need to get to your destination in a hurry,
there are other ways to get around.
September 22nd is a day where everyone is encouraged not to bring their cars to work. Everyone is encouraged to use alternative modes of transportation. If you hunt at places like garage sales you can find great deals on bikes. What is the sense of investing in something expensive when it could get stolen? September, October, April, and May are great months to bike because they tend to be cooler. This applies to colder climates.
is not your style, then rollerblading, skateboarding, running and walking are
also great alternatives. A good pair of comfortable shoes and it can be amazing
what distance you can cover in a relatively short period of time. Just
recently, I covered the span of two neighbourhoods in four hours with my
friend. It was great!
not least, public transport is always a good option. Even that guy from that
terrific movie Crash managed to make
it on the bus after dismissing it.
If you have
got a car fetish like me and you don’t have a car J, you can always live out your fantasies by
reading the automotive sections of many papers. This could also help you make
an informed decision about the type of car you would like to rent or ride in.
As well, make sure to keep up-to-date with auto safety news to find out how
some of these cars test out in crash tests.
is the biggest tourist time in Toronto
and if you’re headed this way, there are many cultural things to do for free.
Ontario Museum (ROM) located at the corner of Avenue and University Streets has
many interesting things for the young and old and everyone in between. They
have a free night on Fridays where you can listen to music, catch a bite at one
of the hot dog stands and browse through collections on dinosaurs, precious
gems and ancient Africa. There’s much more do,
you have to be there to find out.
Gallery of Ontario (AGO) which is located at the corner of McCaul St. and Dundas St. West. has been renovated by
Frank Gehry and the permanent collection which can get on for free on Wednesday
nights is just as beautiful as the outside.
They have a Café AGO if you’d like a bit to eat, the Edward P. Taylor
Research Library and Archives if you’d like to do some work while you’re there
and rentals of their art if you’re looking to impress a special client if
you’re in for business or just to please your own eyes.
The Bata Shoe
Museum which houses one
of the rarest collections of shoes in the world is at the corner of St. George
and Bloor Streets. It’s free on Tuesday nights and it’s a great place if you’re
a student to meet other students because it’s close to the University of Toronto
downtown campus. They also give school and group tours.
Exchange (DX) which is in the heart of the financial district and housed in the
old Toronto Stock Exchange building on the lower level at Bay and King Streets
is a great place to see that all that relates to design. They have furniture,
costumes, appliances and a funky gift store where you can find interesting
stuff. The DX has the only collection of pre-1945 industrial design. Their free
nights are on Thursdays. If you decide to become a member, admission is free at
Museum of Canada is located at 55
Centre Ave. in Toronto. You can put that address in www.mapquest.ca to find out the exact
location. On Wednesday nights they have a “pay-what-you-can.” Check out their
website at www.textilemuseum.ca to
find out more information.
Google all places you can find out more information about the different
opportunities to explore culture in Toronto.
Remember as well there are lots of great antique stores and galleries along
Queen St. West that are always free to enter and you can enjoy looking at the
art – and if you have some extra cash on hand, may even find something you like
enough to buy.
battle the snowy storms outside and ignite the furnaces inside, sometimes
keeping a place warm can be a real challenge. If you are the type to pump up
the heat, you will probably end the month with heating bills that leave you
There are a
number of ways to keep warm inside, without breaking the bank and keeping your
from when you go to bed at night – this is a perfect time to turn down the
heat. If you have made the wise investment in a duvet or especially warm and
comfy blanket, about $100CDN, you will not need that extra heat at night.
Sometimes having the place a bit cooler is a benefit once you wake in the
morning because the cool air will help you to wake up.
thing you do is raise the heat a little once you’re awake, but if you live in a
small place you may want to invest in a spot-heater. Many stores have them for
about $40CDN, where they can basically warm up a small space you may be
centralized in and cut down on the cost of heating the whole home.
else many people don’t remember is that if you’re going to be out of the house
for most of the day, keep the heat low. This will save on your bills as well.
home, doing things like turning on the oven, drinking warm liquids, keeping a
blanket around you and wearing a robe will all help to keep you warm, the heat
down and your bills lower.
things to remember, if you live in an apartment – sealing the windows to keep
the draft out can greatly reduce the amount you need to turn the heat up.
Making sure your home is well-insulated can also decrease the amount of money
you actually spend on heating bills.
tips, you can end up with heating bills that are as low as $25CDN a month, depending
on the size of your home. It’s also good for our resources to use as little
energy as you can.
can spend anywhere from $200 on coffee a month buying it outside of the home.
But, there are lots of great ways to brew coffee right in your own abode and
save a lot of money.
on how you like your coffee and what type you like you can buy it cheap and
splurge on the special stuff and still get the sips in cheaper than all those
times you’ve been to Starbucks.
ethnic neighbourhoods in your city is a great way to get a nice sealed bag of
coffee. You can pick your brew from all over the world. If you don’t live in a
city that is cosmopolitan, then ask your friends in other cities to send you a
taste of something special. It makes a good gift.
When I was
living in Montreal,
I would often go to Jean Talon market and buy different coffees. I was
especially into some of the flavoured ones at the time, like French vanilla.
Now, I find that you can sometimes buy coffee cream that has the flavour you
like and add it to any blend. I stick with the standard stuff now, like Nescafé
at times for guests in my house. I also drink this brand called Caf-Lib, which
is non-caffeinated. Now I find just regular cream will do and I’m good to go in
the early mornings.
Going out for a coffee can be a great way to change your surroundings, but there are ways to save money. Bring a thermos and help the environment and your pocketbook at the same time. Many places also have coffee cards where you can get one free after you buy about six so you could get a free one every week if you go out for one every day. Of course, you’ll be putting more money in your pocket if you make it at home then put it in a thermos.
like me and you like splurging on the lattés and mocha chinos at times, give
your bank account a break and just add milk or cream to regular coffee and
shake it in a thermos. This will give you the frothiness you like and save you
about $2 to $3 dollars every time you buy one of those special drinks.
It could even be worth it to invest in a small coffee maker in your office or working environment. The one I bought was awful (and to be kind, I won’t say where), but if you shop around, you could probably find a good one. Keep in mind that if you’re brewing grains from a bag, a simple Bodum, a small coffee grinder (the word coming from Italy), will do. You can find ones at The Dollar Store that do a good job.
into those huge mugs you used to see the gang from Friends drinking from on the TV show, then you can get one of those
from The Dollar Store too and create that experience right in your own home or
that the money you’re paying out for coffee each month is something you could
be putting towards something more long term, or simply pay bills to keep you
Next, to owning a home, cars are the second biggest expense you can have in your life. Here are some tips, from lowering car insurance prices, gas prices, car maintenance and a whole more to help you save a bundle of cash.
comes to car insurance, some people, especially young men, have rates that hit
the moon. Websites like www.insurance.com
and www.esurance.com can come in real
handy to save money. Just by inputting some basic information, you can find out
a company that could beat the rate you currently have.
tip on gas. When you’re driving on the highway, avoid filling the gas tank near
an exit. The rates are always higher at these places that may also have fast
food places for you to eat as well. You could end up spending $5 or more than
you would if you filled up in your city or town.
control saves on gas on the open roads. When it comes to wet roads, avoid using
it – it can take up a lot of gas.
A handy tip
I got from Everyday Cheapskate’s Greatest
Tips by Mary Hunt is baking soda is good to use for removing tar, bugs and
stuff like paint from another car. This is much cheaper than commercial
products you may buy at places like Home Depot.
in the market for a new car – call your insurance agent first. Based on the
type of car you buy – this can make a big difference in how much you pay in
insurance. Make sure you’re getting the best “bang for your bucks.”
Also, if you’re in the market for a car, check out www.edmunds.com first – there’s a heap of
information that can help you make the best decision for you.
travel with a child in the car, keep old towels, bath mats, etc. underneath the
car seat to avoid unwanted spills from your precious one.
remove any stains from the interior of your car, try a vinegar and water
solution with an old toothbrush to clean up the mess.
into your car is essential to get the motor running. If you lose your keyless
remote, try dropping by a department store to pick up a substitute, rather than
to your dealership. You can save a lot of money.
wear your seatbelt and with all the money you’ll save – you can buy me a car.
Being in a shopping mall can be an overwhelming experience – especially when you don’t have the cash to spend. But, there are ways to have a good time without spending a cent.
go shopping, you want to make sure you look good. Visit a makeup counter and
get a free makeover and look gorgeous while you walk through the mall. It’s
also a great form of exercise.
foremost – know about samples. Rather than buying anything you need, you can
always ask for samples of things and stock them for supplies. This goes for
just about anything. For example, I had heard that there was this great hair
product called Phyto and went to the mall to get samples every time I needed
some. You can do this for face creams, body lotions, and many other toiletries.
new clothes for the fun of it could give you some great ideas to find cheaper
versions of what you love at discount places or to get hand-me-downs from
done with looking your best, catch some entertainment by going into an
electronics store and watching some of the stuff they have on their screens.
Some really nice stores have chairs set up and might even have a new DVD on.
You could always ask them to put on something interesting so you can see the
quality of the latest flat screen monitor, without having the money to buy it.
this world without music? Even the smallest of malls will have one music store
and the bigger ones will have more for you to choose from. The best way to find
out what’s hot and what’s not is to look at the racks and see how the different
CDs are ranked. You can even mellow out by checking out the listening stations
in places like HMV and enjoy the tunes.
Speaking of how things are ranked – check out the bookstores for the bestsellers. Books from Dr. Phil or the upcoming biography on Bob Denver you can read for free at Indigo or Chapters. Take your time; some bookstores have places to sit so you can be there for a while. Or squat on the floor.
If you have
a child, spend that special time in the children’s department of a bookstore
reading to your little one. Toy stores are great ways to keep the kids
occupied. Perhaps if they can play with that doll or toy truck in the store,
they’ll tire of it and won’t hound you to buy it.
decorating ideas that you can do on the cheap from places like the Pottery
this excitement, go to the furniture department and take a nap on one of the
luxurious couches of any of the big stores like Sears.
you’ve experienced a fulfilling free time, look for loose change in pay phones
and on the ground (it can pay to walk with your head down) go to the mall’s
bank and make a small donation to Hurricane Katrina relief (every penny counts
as you know).
If you do have a little cash to spend – The Dollar Store is always a great place. For example, I bought a pair of sunglasses for a dollar with black frames from there and took them to a one-hour optical place and paid way more for the prescription lenses than the frames. People are telling me all the time they look like $300 glasses – but I didn’t spend anything near to that.
get hungry, try checking out places like Baskin Robbins and many others for
samples to get a quick fix. If you go to enough fast food joints for samples,
you might even end up feeling full.
All this will make your shopping experience pain-free for your wallet and enjoyable. Have a good time and remember to throw a penny in the waterfall if your major mall has one!
Canadian dollar is strong, but the American one is still stronger. If you’re on
vacation in Toronto,
there are many places to eat extremely cheap in some neighbourhoods that seem
scary to many Torontonians, but many Americans may not even blink an eye.
A lovely young man named Avi Zer-Aviv and I had a meeting to discuss doing work together with Youth Assisting Youth (YAY). YAY is a non-profit organization that matches high school students with younger kids for mentoring. I was a mentor myself when I was in high school. Avi was kind enough to take me to a place close to the corner of Lansdowne and on Bloor Streets. The restaurant is called South Indian Dosa Mahal. In a neighbourhood like that where you need to be wearing your glasses not to be sold any drugs, this restaurant is a gem. With a clean and pleasant environment, you can get a lot of food for under $10 CDN.
south to the Parkdale area, there are many places with good food at good prices.
Rhino Restaurant and Bar which is close to Queen and Dufferin Streets is seen
as an oasis in the neighbourhood. There you can eat for the same price as South
Indian Dosa Mahal, but with a different flavour of food. They have quesadillas,
great hamburgers and a weekend breakfast special that is tasty. They also have
an outdoor patio and parking.
east, there is a place called Friendly’s on Queen Street close to Dovercourt that
serves an all-day breakfast for as little as under $6 CDN.
If you’re out on the town and it’s later at night, there’s a place called John’s café on Baldwin Street close to Dundas and University Streets that is a quaint little hideaway. If you drink, you can get martinis for around $3-$6 CDN on Thursday nights. They also have a large outdoor front patio.
In the downtown Chinatown, there’s a place on Kensington Ave. called Saigon Pearl that has a great dim sum for low prices. Make sure you don’t go overboard and you can walk away spending less than $21. If you really want to treat yourself and a friend, go wild and it still won’t hurt the pocketbook too much. Plus, you probably won’t have to eat for a while afterward.
Little India in the
east end on Gerrard St.
has many places where you can have Indian food for less. There are so many
places to choose from, just take your pick. Walking down that whole stretch,
you can’t go wrong. Pick a place that looks clean and inviting to you and
that’s probably the perfect place to get a great meal.
weather is great, take a stroll on the boardwalk by Ashbridge’s Bay, just
walking or biking distance from Little India. Enjoy yourself – Toronto is a great city.
time is near and you have to buy for your true love. Keep these tips in mind
for giving during the 12 days of Christmas on the cheap:
On the first day of Christmas, you may give the true love seedlings that you can find for under $5 CDN to grow a pear tree. They may need to buy their own partridge you can note on the card.
On the second day of Christmas, two turtle doves can be costly, but two bars of Dove soap is handy and practical. If you look for them on sale, you will only be out a maximum of under $10 CDN.
On the third day of Christmas, three eggs from a French hen is something you can probably get for free right out of your own fridge. Just caution your loved one to handle with care. If they are a vegetarian, you might want to remind the person to keep stored in a cold place. If for your pet, they make for a good source of protein if your pet likes human food.
On the fourth day of Christmas, calling birds to remind me of calling cards, which always come in handy. Ask around amongst people who use them to find out some of the cheaper places to go to get good ones. I’ve heard that in Toronto places around Spadina and Dundas Streets in Chinatown are great for getting calling cards. This may be one of your more major expenses among the 12 days unless you buy three $5 CDN cards which would give you at least half an hour of chirping, even on the other side of the world.
fifth day – five golden rings can be expensive even if you buy them at a pawn
shop. See if you can find your true love five plastic rings at The Dollar Store
in the children’s department that are the colour of gold. You can suggest they
put it on their keychain for decoration.
On the sixth day of Christmas, this is a time where you can use your creativity. Again at The Dollar Store, you can buy art supplies and draw “six geese a-laying.” You can even buy a dollar store frame for it and the whole thing should cost you about $3 CDN for the paper, art tools, and frame.
where you can take your true love on a trip to your bathroom. For under $7 CDN,
you can buy plastic swans at The Dollar Store or a place like Home Hardware,
fill your bathtub with water and let the seven swans a-swim. If you’re
concerned about your hydro bill, go back to the sixth day and use the money you
have spent on the art supplies and paper – for a dollar more buy another frame
– and you’ve started to create quite a gallery for your true love as you draw
the “seven swans a-swimming.”
For the eighth
day, I will interpret “eight maids a-milking” as meaning barmaids.
Take your true love out for a drink (in time for them to get the liquid out of
their system) and order eight glasses of milk for them – hopefully one at a
time. Nothing says in the rules that
there’s anything wrong with chocolate, strawberry, mocha or other flavours of
milk. It could even be goat’s milk if the restaurant serves that. It could also
be cheaper to stay at home and buy a jug or carton of your love’s favourite
milk, put an apron on and pour the eight glasses – imagining you’re a barmaid
for a night. What you do after that is up to you.
On the ninth day of Christmas, rent Moulin Rouge or Chicago, under $5 CDN, for your loved one and play a game where you can see at least nine ladies dancing.
On the tenth day of Christmas – this is a moment where you and your loved one can huddle around your computer. For the low cost of your Internet connection or free connection, you can visit www.lordofthedance.com and enjoy video clips of Michael Flatley’s Celtic dance and “ten lords a-leaping.” You can make a game out of this as well and count them in the video clip. If you want to see the whole performance which has sold out all over the world, check out your local video store.
eleventh day, you will need to do some planning. Check out your TV Guide or online one and see what HBO
or Bravo in Canada
is scheduling for that day that includes an orchestra. You will find at least
“11 pipers-piping,” there is entertainment for the low cost of your
monthly cable bill. If you’re not home at the time it airs, remember VCRs? You
may even be fortunate enough to have a recordable DVD player – I hope you got a
deal on it.
Last but not least, the 12th day – where you have “twelve drummers-drumming,” is a wonderful time to introduce some music into this art of seduction. I would suggest anything Aboriginal or African where drums play a key role in a lot of the music. I will leave the selection up to you, but if you buy something you like for your true love at a second-hand CD shop, or download something from the Internet onto your IPod, you’re looking at a price anywhere from $10 CDN to free.
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I was reading a really interesting article on Global News email alerts today about a woman who used a cheap shampoo for 30 years and caused wax build-up in her hair! Well, my hair friend, just creating my dreadlocks the first time back in 1999, I used beeswax, and the buildup in my hair was so thick that it caused me to go to a hair salon called O’mari’s in Montréal when I was living there and the barber cut off my hair to look like one of the singers from Boyz to Men (he really had no choice). Only the hair close to my scalp was not murky:
So, my friend, the 30-year build up from cheap shampoo my friend, I would then use products that would also cause build-up on my hair. Even with the locks that I started in March of 2012 with the help of Mariam Ibrahim who has written a great book that I helped to edit:
I would use products on my hair and then have just realised pretty much within the past six months, that my hair, and even afro-textured hair, pretty much wash and go and really does not require a lot of product, nor washing. Some of the people with straight hair, because most people with curly hair or frizzy hair know this, but most people even with straight hair, as I have been told by straight-haired people themselves, probably wash their hair more often than they actually should. Mariam Ibrahim herself, told me after I asked her: “how often should I wash my hair?” Yes, a common question I know, however, Mariam’s answer was not common. She said: “whenever it feels dirty.” Yes, this is true. And even many people know this about the skin on their bodies. Many people will wash their skin too often, then wonder, why they have dry skin? Well, if you wash your skin, face, clean your nails, etc., based on the theory that simply dirt, literal dirt, grime, buildup, etc., needs to be removed, then I would imagine, as I experience myself, that you will not have dry skin.
Why would this be important? Well, many people complain even about things such as wrinkles. As I grow older, I think about this. I am almost 50 years old, and not to brag, but I really don’t have wrinkles. But, it’s not necessarily because I am black, it has more to do with the fact that I use Castille soap which has an alkaline level to egg white, and I also dilute it, I’m not a construction worker, I’m a writer, I’m not exposed to any harsh chemicals as even some hairdressers themselves could be, therefore, I am really not exposing my skin to anything particularly damaging. It’s not that much different, in order to be a little funny, then if you have a piece of favourite clothing. If you barely wear your favourite clothing, it will last longer. If you wear it out, just like shoes as well, a lot, it will start to look raggedy.
All of this is meant to start an online forum that is absolutely free, called the Hairnet Café.
This is a revival of a café similar to the vibrations of the universal voices, not just curly hair talk, but straight hair talk, all different colours, as well as American spellers, and people with absolutely no hair. Let’s talk about hair, skin, nails, etc. If we get some advertisers on here, you may find out about some of the best places all over the world you can go to look the way you want to. If we have some great do-it-yourself types out there, you may receive some wonderful free tips.
This would be an on-going free Hairnet Café that is universal, where actually I began this idea in 1998 in Montréal, Québec inspired by Mariame Kaba who was talking black hair and writing it while I was just thinking about it:
Also, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Chris Rock’s “Good Hair” documentary in 2009:
But this time, the conversation I would like to be universal, not just about black folk! All folk have the same issues. Listen to notable academic Grant McCracken who also wrote another inspiring book I read while doing my original research on black hair politics back in 1998 and here is the book first, then a video from TEDxHarlem:
Donna Magazine encourages your comments and let’s see where this discussion takes us! I will be moderating the comments. British, American, and other written languages are welcome to respond. If you have a good comment and I can figure out the language that you are communicating in with Google Translate, it will be approved.
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