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After my spinning class I decided to go to a cafe that I have never been to before, that my mom recommended to me. Jimmy's coffee, located on Portland St on the block between King St W and Adelaide St W, severs fantastic lemonade. Almost as good as Te Aro. I definently recommend this cute little cafe to anyone who is is Toronto. You have to go to Jimmy's Coffee and don't hesitate to stop by if you're in the city.
xoxo

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Congrats Toronto Blue Jays on the unexpected comeback win against the LA Angels. As you guys realized already I attended a baseball game today, just like I usually do once every summer and the entire arena was packed and sold out. It was crazy haha. I'm not crazy about the sun to be honest and I'm not crazy about baseball either. I like sunny weather, but I just don't like tanning or being in the sun for a long period of time and unfortunately I was today which made watching the baseball game even more uncomfortable haha. Anyway, now its over and I am happy to be home but at least the Toronto Blue Jays one which I guess was awesome.
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A few days ago I payed a visit to the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) which was fantastic and beautiful. Although this visit wasn't the same as any of my other visits to an art gallery before, because this time a very simple but still complex painting stopped me and caused my mind to think. Not the easy thinking that we all do everyday but actually THINK.
The painting of a young girl staring into my eyes from every possible angle. I've seen so many of these paintings before but this one really caught my eye like never before. Spending 10 minutes staring into this painting made me realize that she has the eyes that stare at thousands everyday and that fact alone is just so fascinating to me. From the look of her eyes, I feel like she knows everything about me and my life. Everything about the thousands of people that fall into the same position as I did. But when I look at her, I feel like I know nothing.
Absolutely nothing about the eyes that stare at thousands everyday.
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This week my cousins and I took a trip to the mall, the Eaton Centre located on Queen St West just after Young St. There we spent the whole afternoon, shopping or rather window shopping because unfortunately I didn't buy anything because I really didn't have time to try anything on. We had lunch at the Urban Eatery, then we visited stores such as Scotch & Soda, Abercrombie & Fitch, Ted Baker, Pink and etc. Oh and of course I would not forget the Disney store haha, a favorite. After spending around 2-3 hours at the mall we made our way home and picked up my youngest cousins from day care and just had a chill evening at home with a movie and a bowl of Ice Cream.
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As if working out couldn't get any better, apparently it can. The YMCA on Cherry St located in downtown Toronto is where I spend my mornings every other day when I'm not busy running on the beach. I love it. It is really just as simple as that. It is the dream workout facility I never knew existed. It is so nice and clean, the equipment is very professional, the atmosphere welcomes both beginners and professional athletes as well as kids, teens, adults and older. The YMCA has everything. They have a gorgeous pool and a running track on the second floor surrounding the basketball courts and fitness area and it even looks over the pool. They also have a beautiful rooftop where yoga is available and going there just feels like working out in a whole new dream world. Sometimes I wish I actually lived there haha, because I never want to leave. It is almost like a drug, it is addictive.
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It is almost like a drug, it is addictive

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Today my family and I had spent some family time together by going on a bike ride. We rented a few bikes and biked through the whole park and from one end of the beach to the other and it was so nice and warm. We started riding towards the west side of the park and took a break to enjoy the view of the Toronto Skyline. Later we decided to ride down to the other end of the beach, which is towards the east side and it was the first time that I have ever been over by that end. Even though the water belongs to Lake Ontario you would never see it as a lake because it is so large and looks like the ocean.
Standing by the water and enjoying every moment makes me appreciate life and how privileged I am to even have the opportunity to experience this view. It is actually quite breathtaking and "it calls me", just like Disney princess Moana haha.
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