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Quality: HD
Title : Beauty and the Beast
Release : 2017-03-16.
Language : English.
Runtime : 129 min.
Genre : Fantasy, Music, Romance.
Stars : Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, Kevin Kline, Josh Gad, Ewan McGregor.

A live-action adaptation of Disney’s version of the classic ‘Beauty and the Beast’ tale of a cursed prince and a beautiful young woman who helps him break the spell.

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How to organize your home office

 

Working from home can be great, as long you keep your office a clutter-free zone. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Purge paper. Get a handle on clutter and clear your space to let the productivity flow. Go through all that paper and separate it into three piles: toss, file, or to-do. Review the papers in your file pile to see if you can scan and store any digitally, making sure to back them up regularly. Be sure to shred any papers with sensitive information in your toss pile.   

Create a colour-coded filing system. We recognize colours faster than words, so adopt a colour-coded filing system for all the papers you can’t digitize. Some useful categories are financial, medical, personal, insurance, pet, auto, home and manuals. On your computer, sort your files using the same categories and colours to keep things simple.

Organize your bookshelf. Take inventory of every book you have, returning any stray library books or ones you borrowed from friends. Decide which ones you want to keep, which you can donate, and which belong at home but not in your office. If you store your books in your home office in an open bookshelf or bookcase, sort them by colour to add an attractive design element to the space.  

Use space creatively. Limited space requires making sure every inch serves a purpose. Look above and behind items and go vertical. Use wall space to hang a calendar, whiteboard or shelf. Hang a magazine rack behind a door for extra filing.

Go wireless. Cables are messy and hard to tame, so opt for wireless electronics whenever possible, including your printer, mouse and keyboard. They’ll also give you more freedom — you’ll be able to type from whatever position is most comfortable for you, and you can place your printer anywhere in the room instead of taking up valuable desk space.  

Choose functional furniture. Tables, chairs and filing cabinets with wheels provide loads of flexibility, allowing you to rearrange your space as needed for different tasks and projects. Avoid desks with large, deep drawers or office armoires as they hide things and can encourage disorganization. Think open concept with great accessories to keep you organized every day.  

Sort with containers. Use labels and containers to sort and store office supplies like pens, sticky notes, markers and envelopes. Keep these items out of sight for a neat and tidy look.  

Avoid overloading. A crowded work area fosters mental clutter and hurts creativity. Once your space reaches the limit of what it can be comfortably and neatly stored, adopt the “one in – one out” rule. This means for everything you bring in, one similar item must go out, and applies to books, office supplies, and furniture.

Incorporate impeccable design. Many people tend to think of a home office as a practical environment, but don’t forget that your surroundings influence how you feel and your ability to work. If your office is functional but lacks beauty, you’ll have a hard time even wanting to enter it, let alone get some work done. Choose calm, neutrals that soothe the mind and add decorative items that inspire. Think pretty wicker storage baskets, framed photos of beautiful scenery, and textured pillows or throws for a cozy vibe.

Set aside 10 minutes. The best thing you can do to keep your office in tip top shape is to set aside 10 minutes at the end of each day to straighten things out. Recycle scrap papers, jot down to-do items in your agenda, and tidy your desk. Keeping this small commitment to yourself is an easy way to maintain an organized home office and set yourself up for success tomorrow. 

Five ways to conquer Toronto’s sizzling housing market

In Toronto’s sizzling housing market, shelling out for a home is one of the scariest life choices people can make. After you’ve saved up enough for a down payment, been pre-approved for a mortgage and endlessly scoured the housing listings in your preferred neighbourhood, you might just get lucky and eek out some feisty couple in a bidding war to score your dream home. Then, of course, you’re saddled with debt, and financially on the hook for everything from a leaky faucet to a faulty furnace.

When every penny matters, it’s important to take full advantage of all possible tax breaks. TurboTax can help you identify savings, whether through a government reduction (like if you’re a first-time buyer) or rental property deduction (landlords can claim a ton of expenses). It even has a totally free service that’s ideal for Torontonians who prefer to do their taxes on their own, but could still use some helpful advice. Here’s a handful of tips on making the most of the biggest purchase of your life.

1. If you’re a first-time buyer, you’re most likely eligible for the First-Time Homebuyer Credit, a non-refundable credit that rewards people for jumping into the market by reducing the overall amount of taxes owed. The total claim amount is up to $750, and is calculated based on a percentage of $5,000. Basically all purchased homes qualify, including any semi-detached house, single-family home, condo, apartment or even mobile home. Even if you buy a property with a few friends, a spouse or family members, you can share the claim with co-owners—but it can’t exceed $5,000.

2. Aside from a few exceptions, new or extensively renovated homes are subject to 13 per cent HST in Toronto. But, thankfully, anyone who buys a new house for under $450,000 (or, more realistically in Toronto, a condo) can claim the HST new housing rebate. The rebate is available if you bought a new home from a builder or did extensive renovations on your primary residence, and is designed to offset any HST you may have to pay (for things like real estate commission or builder fees, for instance). The maximum rebate in Ontario is $24,000, and there are also a few other deductions available for homes built by the owner.

3. Good news for serious retirement savers. To help with the huge financial cost of buying or building your first home, the Home Buyers’ Plan lets you withdraw up to $25,000 from your RRSP. Simply fill out this form to take out the funds.

4. Those who have to make their home safe and comfortable for seniors or disabled people might be eligible for the home-accessibility tax credit that was introduced federally in 2016. This credit is designed to cover renovation expenses for things like wheelchair ramps, handrails and walk-in tubs. If you’re supporting someone who falls into the senior or disabled category (like a grandmother, for instance), you can claim up to $10,000 in expenses.

5. For those who work from home, buying a house can be significantly easier (as if zero commuting time and working in your PJs wasn’t enough of a draw). There are a number of expenses freelancers or contractors can claim, including heating and electricity bills, home insurance and cleaning materials. Similarly, landlords get a ton of tax breaks. Even if you rent out a portion of your house (like a basement unit), you can claim expenses like advertising for a tenant, insurance and interest on money you borrow to improve the property.