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Living at 300 Main is a community lifestyle blog that hopes to share the culture and spirit of downtown Winnipeg residents. Luxury downtown apartment living is dynamic, simple and attractive to those who want to free their time and enjoy their passions. Our Blog aims to feature articles on simplicity, design, the arts, social happenings, and great food. Living at 300 Main will show you a glimpse of your new downtown Winnipeg luxury apartment lifestyle.
Do you have a Spring in your step? It’s Spring in Downtown, Winnipeg!
Finally! Goodbye winter jackets and hello spring dresses. Who doesn’t love the smell of freshly cut grass in the air? The sight of colorful flowers finally popping up in the soil? Spring is one of the most awaited seasons for most of us in Winnipeg. Winters are too cold and summers can sometimes be too hot. With limited mobility though, some of us might not feel as excited to greet the season as others normally do. But have no fear!
It’s Ice cream Time! A Guide to Downtown Winnipeg Ice Cream Shops
Springtime in Winnipeg means it’s time to visit your local ice cream parlour. So… do you prefer soft serve to gelato? With toppings or plain? Waffle cone or pint? No matter what your choices are, you can find it in Downtown Winnipeg. Here are my picks for the top ice cream and gelato shops: Fête Ice Cream Launched in 2019, Fête has practically become an instant classic for ice cream in Winnipeg. Offering made from scratch ice creams, their product
Start Your Own Meal Plan
“What’s for dinner?” is that incessant question that never seems to go away, kind of like those piles of dishes and laundry that keep reappearing. Plus, we’ve got breakfast and lunch to contend with as well, now that we’re spending more time at home than ever. While there are still plenty of takeout and delivery options in Winnipeg, home cooking is less expensive and – usually – a healthier choice (plus, the less contact with other people the better!). But what
Three good reasons to move out of your parents’ place
At a certain age, we all crave more independence to express ourselves and make our own choices. At that point, you have a choice: to get yourself out into the world and find independence, or stay in the comfort of the childhood nest and convince yourself that independence can coexist with mama’s dinners. You might have to give up mama’s meals, but standing on your own two feet is easier to learn when you push yourself out of your comfort zone. Here are three reasons why I think it’s important and
Decorating Your Apartment? Avoid these mistakes
Until I moved into my first apartment as a student, I had no idea how much I would love interior design. To me, my furniture-less flat was an unfinished project that I itched to turn into a delightful home. It held nothing but kitchen appliances and a window with a grand view of downtown. Obviously, I wanted to fill the space that was now mine (for the next few years of rent, anyway) with elegant furniture, flowers, books and other things dear to my heart. But it’s a tale as old as time: students are broke, and that’s where my plan to purchase all
#StayAtHomeStory: Three Activities That Were Good for Me During Quarantine
The unexpected quarantine interrupted a lot of plans and changed the routines of many people. As I hear from my family, friends and coworkers, the isolation affected most of them. They had to deal with cancelled events, business closures, fear of losing their jobs, seeing family members every hour of the day, all that spare time nobody knew what to do with. It affected me as well, and while I (like everyone) have my own fears and doubts, I have to admit that the quarantine led to some positive changes for me, both mentally and physically.