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2. Grace
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, sometimes struggles to keep his cool when things don't go right. But he's trying to be mindful. Read here to see how its going.
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3. March Break Madness
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, thought he was being "edgy" by doing walking food tours of the boroughs when visiting New York City during March Break. That illusion was shattered pretty quickly.
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4. Are You Listening
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, thinks we do a lot of talking, but perhaps not enough listening. Read here to find out what he means.
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5. A Sneaky Restaurant Review
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin writes both the Publisher's Note and the restaurant review for the magazine. This month, because he visited an underground restaurant, he's writing a stealth review.
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6. I Was Not High When I Wrote This
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, knows that many of you are toying with the idea of trying recreational cannabis. He has some interesting insights as a health and wellness publisher that you might want to read first.
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7. Intermittent, But Forever
Tonic Publisher Jamie Bussin is trying to lose a few pounds (isn't he always). Read here to review his take on popular diets and what method he'll use to lose weight.
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8. Loyalty vs. Change
It is rare to find Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, out in anything other than beige chinos and a black t-shirt. But when the manufacturer of his favourite brand of pants went under, he realized that change had been thrust upon him. Find out his response to the situation.
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9. Cold Turkey
People don’t really change their character over time. They either learn to accept themselves, warts and all, or they learn how to cope.
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10. I'm A "Hero"...Kind Of
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, came very close to getting into a fist fight when confronting a bully. But were his actions heroic?
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11. Old Friends
Tonic Publisher recently reached out to some old friends. Dinners ensued. Read here to find out why Jamie's so grateful.
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12. Finding Peace
Jamie Bussin, the Publisher of Tonic Magazine has trouble relaxing. Find out what he does to find serenity.
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13. My Little Empire
This month Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin expands his media "empire" by hosting a talk show on local radio and podcast. He's been told that he's a natural for radio...and not just by his mother.
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14. Publisher's Note
Tonic publisher may or may not be raising "urban chickens" and frankly he's a little scared. Read here to find out why.
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15. Great Expectations and the Sweet Spot
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, would like to be a happier person. Does that really mean that he has to lower his expectations?
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16. A Boy Named James
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, explores the connection between the concept of identity and men's health and wellness in the most literal way.
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17. Tonic Magazine's OmT.O. Festival
On Saturday, June 21 Tonic Magazine will be hosting a full day of free outdoor yoga at the Distillery District. Find out about the studios, vendors and sponsors that will be there making this an event to remember.
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18. I'm a 'Lucky' Man
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, knows that he was fortunate to have good weather for OmT.O. when the forecast was for thundershowers. But that isn't exactly why he considers himself lucky.
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19. I Sometimes Do It Five Times A day
Jamie Bussin, the Publisher of Tonic Magazine, weighs himself as many as five times a day. He knows that it's probably a bad idea to do so. But he has his reasons.
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20. Head Of The Class
Jamie Bussin, is a former commercial litigator, the publisher and editor-in-chief of Tonic Magazine, the creator and host of OmT.O. and Fit For Fall events. And now he is a professional spin instructor. Read here to find out why getting sweaty in front of a group of people on stationary bikes makes him so happy.
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