Looking to add a cat to your family? Adopt, don’t buy! The cats at Street Cat Rescue would each love to find a new home. Kenzie is one of many.
A new kids' TV show takes yoga from Saskatoon to outer space. And the children are sure to follow.
Our editor, Sarah Stefanson, made her first visit to a horse ranch earlier this summer. Riding and interacting with horses can be a valuable form of therapy for many people, from the stressed to those with physical and mental disabilities.
Linda Gubbe often takes her cat, Joy, out on “Joyrides” around Saskatoon. During these drives, they often come across friends of the feathered variety and Joy observes them while Linda photographs them.
The Well Being team made a visit to Lorass and learned all about the new recycling program in Saskatoon, from blue bins to bales.
Robyn Pearce is 20-years-old, a female in a mostly male sport and a self-professed iron junkie. This is a story about one woman's love of lifting heavy weight.
Well Being's lead writer, Tyler Kalmakoff, shares his life as an introvert, wrapping together two decades of being quiet and valuing authenticity over showmanship, from kindergarten to university through a book by Susan Cain.
Flora Bora combines the comfort of a four-star hotel room with pristine Boreal wilderness and access to Saskatchewan’s best lakes.
Pam Gaunt is a mortgage broker with SKY Financial, The Mortgage Centre. She answered some questions for Well Being to help you better understand the role of mortgage brokers and how to better shop for your next home.
At this year’s SuperWalk, Adrianne Vangool (MPT, BSc Kin, Certified Yoga Therapist) of Vangool Well- ness was there to lead participants through a warm-up session before the walk began.
Stephanie Norris, 30, is a yoga teacher and co-owner of Hot Yoga on 20th in Saskatoon. She shares with Well Being in her own words what yoga has meant to her.
Social and emotional development includes a number of essential skills such as relation- ship development, the ability to discover and learn, development of persistence and attention, behavioural self-regulation and the development of emotional range.
I received an email from a reader who wanted me to try something out for the My First Visit column. “My wife would like to see a My First Visit in your magazine for laser hair removal treatment from Sunsera Salons,” he wrote.
Sarah Liberman followed her food fetish to the land filled with the delights of dim sum and the spiciness of Sichuan. She wanted real Chinese food, authentically prepared, with fresh local ingredients. Here’s how she prepared.
Cat and dog overpopulation is a serious issue nationwide. We contacted three local women dedicated to animal welfare in Saskatoon for their thoughts: Shaelyn Fehr from SCAT Street Cat Rescue, Lindsday Royale from the SPCA, and Emily Pickett from New Hope Dog Rescue. Here’s what they had to say.
“Do I believe in networking? Oh, boy, do I ever! Building a solid network of resources is what helps the volunteers of SCAT do their valuable work within our community.” -Linda Gubbe