Welcome to this episode of The Tonic, terrestrially broadcast on June 22 and 23, 2019 on AM740 and FM 96.7 in Toronto. Topics covered on the show track the lifestyle articles and themes published in Tonic Magazine. This week we discuss what the statistics tell us about renting in Toronto with Mitchell Abrahams, the unexpected cause of wear and tear on the body with Rucsandra Mitrea, Summer entertaining with Carolyn Tanner Cohen and the “Attachment Theory” of relationships with Carlyle Jansen
We specifically discuss:
What Statistics Tell Us About Renting in Toronto
- 5/10 of highest priced residential rental markets are in Toronto
- Population gains, immigration and employment = demand
- Vancouver vs. Toronto
- As at April /2019 – highest level of housing construction starts
- Dealing with supply issues at the lower end of the market
- Average and median rents have decreased by 2% in May/19 in Canada, except for Toronto
- Correlation between single family dwellings and rental markets
- Benjamin Tal: Risk in the marketplace: current prices are fair
The Unexpected Cause of Wear and Tear on the Body
- Obvious causes of stress on the body: injuries, age, birth defects
- Dehydration and connective tissue
- compressed joints
- sustained stress
- Planning at the beginning of the Summer
- Drinks: Large batch- Margaritas
- Appetizers: Beet Gravlax, Slow Roasted Tomatoes
- Main Course: Pasta Salad. Grilling with Salsa Verde, Spice Rubs
- Dessert: Frozen Galette Dough, Ice Cream stuffed Cannoli Shells
The “Attachment Theory” of Relationships
- What is the Attachment Theory?
- Did you feel secured and cared for by a primary caregiver?
- Secure attachments
- Anxious/Preoccupied attachments
- Dismissive/Avoidant attachments
- Fearful/Avoidant attachments
- How can we tell what sort of attachment style we have?
- What can we do about our attachment style?
For more information about show sponsor The Benvenuto Group go here.
To learn more about Rucsandra Mitera and Vital Directives go here.
To learn more about Carolyn Tanner-Cohen go here.
To read Carlyle Jansen’s article in Tonic Magazine go here.