Cool temperatures leading to vibrant fall colours in Ontario: experts share some tips and tricks
There’s an air of excitement in the air as we get ready to start a new year and make changes to our lives, both big and small.
But of course, as with all celebrations, there comes a time when everyone has to put aside that excitement for a minute or two to reflect on where we’ve been, where we are and where we’re going.
While some people may make New Year’s resolutions, the majority of us don’t!
I’m not saying we don’t have the power to make changes to our lives, it’s just that no one wants to make resolutions that they can’t keep. There are always going to be challenges in life, and change is inevitable.
One thing that everyone should keep in mind is that our outdoor spaces can make the biggest difference in our moods and outlook.
While the fall in Ontario can turn out to be a good or bad time depending on your outlook, the truth is that our outdoor spaces can have a big impact on how happy and content we feel.
And you don’t have to be a keen gardener to see the difference.
A number of experts shared their tips for making the most of outdoor spaces in fall.
This year, there was a lot in store for the people of Ontario during the fall months.
The temperature was finally in the mid-20s, and the days grew longer with clear skies and sunshine.
While it was still busy around town, it was more peaceful over the past days.
In fact, I’d say there was a noticeable lack of people as I walked the streets. In September, the traffic levels are usually at full tilt.
People have just discovered that they can go home and get to sleep during their holiday weekends, rather than spend their leisure time in the car, parking lot and on their feet.
People are also realizing that it is getting cooler, and that the days