Canadian Living – July 2019
English | 102 pages | True PDF | 90.3 MB

One of the best things about living in a region with four distinct seasons is that we never get tired of seeing them arrive. The crisp air of fall invigorates, every year, and we rub our hands together with glee at the thought of lighting the logs in the 􀂿replace􀀞 we witness that 􀂿rst snowfall and, each time, we get a warm, fuzzy feeling while looking forward to the holidays􀀞 tiny green shoots poking up through the earth never fail to herald—at last!—that winter is ending􀀞 the 􀂿rst double-digit temperatures mean everyone and their brothers don shorts and 􀃀ip-􀃀ops in anticipation of summer.
As those dog days arrive, we’re poised to embrace, yet again, all the things we love about midsummer (hello, sundresses and drinks on the patio!). This magazine issue, we’re saluting those familiar essentials along with some new must-haves and must-dos, as well. We’ve got the latest swimsuit trends zplus a contest for you to win your own swimsuit wardrobe from Swimco—see page 27), a body-toning primer and a self-tanning how-to for your best by-the-pool look (please don’t forget the sunscreen!). Plus, there’s a list of our top 10 new beach reads. We’ve got ways to get the most out of your veggie garden, and household cleansers that are gentle on the environment. Bonus: You’ve probably got them all in your pantry right now. We’ve got a bold cushion-cover DIY to adorn your cottage couch, and a plethora of pretty pastel beauty products to pamper yourself. In addition, we’ve got some new twists on barbecue fare as well as classic recipes featuring the freshest berries and cherries from our country’s growers. And in case you can’t let go of the idea of an endless vacation, we’ve got ways to save for a worry-free retirement (it’s pretty much the same thing, right?).
These ideas are all designed to keep you immersed in the best this season has to o􀌆er before the leaves start to turn and we look toward autumn, and back-to-school days…and fall fashions…and apple pies…and Thanksgiving turkey…. – From Canadian Living Magazine Team

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