Neha Lobana

Neha Lobana
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Neha Lobana is a freelance writer and former journalist in Toronto who recently made the switch to pursue a career in corporate affairs and communications. During her spare time you can find her reading, hiking or exploring new places.

Best Gelaterias in Rome

Everyone knows that if you're headed to Rome, you are likely going to be eating your weight in gelato. With all the different shops where you can sample gelato, consuming this frozen treat is inevitable. If you're heading to Rome this summer or are just curious to see which gelateria's...

Vancouver’s Sakura Night Returns

Cherry Blossom season is one of the most exciting times of the year. Whether you live in Toronto, Vancouver or Japan, it's a beautiful moment to enjoy as you walk through a park where cherry blossom trees are in full bloom. It isn't every day that you can check...

The 5 Best Foods for Healthy Skin

Healthy skin and diet go hand-in-hand. By simply adding these foods to your diet, your skin will improve dramatically. Here are the 5 best foods for healthy skin. Green Tea Green tea contains an antioxidant called epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) which fights damage from UV rays and helps prevent skin cancer. The catechin...

The Top 3 Vegan Candy Companies

Did you know that a vegan lifestyle prohibits the consumption of goodies such as gummies or chocolate? It's because these products contain gelatin and milk. Fortunately, some companies have taken the leap to create products that our vegan and vegetarian friends can enjoy too. Take a look below to find...

Top 3 places for Paella in Toronto

If there’s one thing I’ve learned recently it’s that Paella is incredibly difficult to find within the city - and by that I mean, it’s very hard to come across a place that serves good paella. Sure, anyone can throw some rice, saffron, a few veggies and some meat...

Toronto Poutine Festival Returns This May

French fries, gravy and cheese curds. I mean, how can someone not like poutine? It's one of the greatest inventions in Canada since maple syrup and Drake. Canada is known for many things, but over the past few years, one specific food item has gained a whole lot of international...

Crazy Crepes Makes Their Debut in Canada

Whether it's egg waffles, taiyaki or mochi you can find me sampling various Japanese sweets whenever I have the chance. I have a major sweet tooth and am fascinated by other cultures delicacies, so when I heard that an iconic Japanese chain called Crazy Crepes was ready to make...

Wise and Wright Cafe Comes to Toronto

I don't know about you, but on days when I tend to have a jam packed schedule, I always have the bad habit of grabbing a quick lunch from the nearest fast food location. I know it isn't the healthiest, but the convenience reels me in. It's one of my...

Unboxed Market: Toronto Opens Zero Waste Store

Plastic bags? No thanks. Tupperware and glass mugs and containers? Count us in! Toronto just opened up its very first zero-waste store, and I'm all about it. I've been keeping up with the zero-waste trend since it started making its way around Toronto. I knew it was only a matter...

Top 5 St. Patrick’s Day events in Toronto this weekend

St. Patrick’s Day events are happening this weekend and if you’re like me and haven’t figured out what you’re doing yet, then don’t worry, because I’ve done the work for you. Here is a list of five different events that’ll allow you enjoy the festive Irish tradition in true...