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“Cupcakes are muffins that believed in miracles.” That’s the message that greeted me when I woke up my computer and looked up at my social-media feed. My initial reaction? Holy red-velvet-coloured sunglasses, Batman! So, yeah. Let’s just say I’m not quite there yet. But that’s not because miracles are something I scoff at. I’m just more of a take-charge kind of person—a doer. Someone who believes that the secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new. And while I totally stole that from Socrates, my point (and I swear I’m getting to it) is that potential is a big, beautiful, everywhere-we’re-willing-to-look-for-it thing. But to see it, you sometimes need to renew your view. It’s with that eye that we’re exploring the world in this month’s T8N.
To begin, we’re setting our sights on the humble basement and its potential to become a legal income suite. From there, our photo essay takes us to Apple Box Design Studio, where we discover the art of transforming old furniture into new treasures with a little paint. We didn’t stop there. Also on our list—a visit with Lisa Alary, a remarkable floral designer who combines her passion for art with her love of nature.
Ready to renew your view? Then let’s get started. March is calling, and it wants cupcakes.