Winter Work Out3

How To Stay Fit (aka Awesome) This Winter

Before Seasonal Affective Disorder gets its icy, Vitamin-D-deprived grip firmly around the serotonin-producing areas of your nervous system, gear up, buckle down and get out in front of the winter blues. Exercise is one of the best combatants against depression. In fact, a 2011 study at the Cooper Research Institute in Texas (a non-profit research facility dedicated to preventative medicine) showed that just three hours of exercise a week can reduce symptoms of moderate depression as effectively as prescription antidepressants. Here are a few things to make outdoor exercise in winter more tolerable—pleasant even.

Odour-Free Home

Tips for an Odour-Free Home

It’s nearly 8 P.M. and your date – that girl you’ve been texting all week – is on her way over for dinner. You’ve uncorked the wine and set the table, pressed your shirt and flossed your teeth. It’s just about game time, and you’re ready to go.

Daily 5: November 24th, 2014

1) The well-gened offspring of Pierce Brosnan and Val Kilmer star in Saint Laurent’s latest men’s campaign

2) Watch this guy break the Guinness World Record for the tightest parallel park. It’s kind of insane

3) Vogue’s cheeky analysis of the year’s most Googled celebrity babes

4) Rubin Östlund’s film Force Majeure had Cannes critics abuzz. Watch the trailer here and then go see it yourself

5) Chef Douglas McMaster brings the world its first no-waste restaurant



A Woman You Should Meet: Janina Gavankar

Janina Gavankar is a self-proclaimed geek. At least, that’s what every other interview says about her. She’ll admit to an obsession for video games, Comic Con and the world of tech but maintains that ‘to geek’ is just to love. And boy, do geeks love her. In any incarnation. Whether it’s as a shape-shifter on True Blood or on the face of a trophy in The League, fans can’t get enough. We caught up with Janina at the Toronto release for Far Cry 4—a video game in which she voices a character—to chat about the game, her badass roles and, yes, Shiva Blasts.


Wearable Tech: Style Decoded

You’ve got a nice collection of accessories: beautiful leather shoes, belts to match them, a bunch of raw-silk ties and a drawer full of statement socks. They’re fashionable, sure, but what do they actually do? The latest crop of smart accessories not only add a dash of tech-savvy style to your look, they also offer everything from GPS navigation to workout advice…


Three Ways to Love Your Car

More than status, more than identity, more than anything else, cars represent freedom and possibility. And adrenaline and joy and even fear. They are vehicles for experience and adventure. While we will always admire a well-made automobile, in the end, it’s not really about the car, it’s what you choose to do with it that matters. Here are three experiences you need to choose as soon as possible.

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