When I first decided to get my health and fitness back on track after having baby Ari, I started with Beachbody celebrity trainer Autumn Calabres’s 21 Day Fix program!
My results were so awesome that I went on to also complete Autumn’s 21DF Extreme program! (awesome results x 2)
Now she’s launching a brand new program called 80 Day Obsession!! Would you consider participating with me in a coach test group with Autumn Calabrese for 80 Day Obsession?🤔 Comment ‘HELL YES’ to join me & I will send you info!
This program is going to be a game changer!! (Must not be working with another Team Beachbody Coach)
Sidewalk Labs, a subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. is looking to transform Toronto’s waterfront into something straight out of a science fiction novel.
After winning a competition organized by Waterfront Toronto, Sidewalk Labs was granted rights to develop Quayside, a 12 acre site in Toronto’s East Bayfront Neighbourhood, with the stated goal of scaling up across Toronto’s Portlands, an 800 acre area (last image in this slideshow). The first project by Google’s Sidewalk Labs, Sidewalk Toronto is expected to become a testbed for emerging technologies, material and processes. In Today’s post, we will cover three of these proposed innovations and their implications on Toronto’s real-estate scene.
Self-driving taxi bots
When Uber launched in Toronto in 2014 it caused a massive uproar and disruption among Toronto’s taxi drivers, who worked within a government run licensing-monopoly where only a set number of taxi-plates are issued per year. Prices for these government issued plates reached a high of $360,000 in 2012. Since Uber has come along, prices for taxi plates have reached sub $100,000 levels, and today can be found as low as $90,000 on websites such as Craigslist and Kijiji.
And if that major game changer wasn’t enough, Sidewalk Labs is bringing another potentially disruptive idea to Toronto’s harbourfront: Self-driving taxi bots. Users can chose to ‘ride alone’ or pick bots with roof-racks for their bikes, among other possibilities. High traffic zones will be served by multi-passenger vehicles called ‘van-bots’ . These innovations are expected to reduce traffic and provide a quicker, more efficient user experience.
As the cost of living continues to increase in the Greater Toronto Area, an increasing number of first time home buyers are priced out of owning a home. With the rise in rentals, there is a real demand for low cost affordable housing that is easy to scale.
Sidewalk Toronto looks to bring affordable homes built using pre-fabricated parts, made from a base set of modules that can be configured into different unit and building sizes, shapes and colours.
Read more in our blog ***LINK IN BIO***
I'm wrapping up all my Christmas presents and I'm getting so giddy! I think my absolute favorite thing about Christmas is watching my loved one's reactions when they open their gifts. I like giving gifts wayyyy more than getting them! Anyone else?⠀
xoxo, Sam ❤️⠀
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