Maggie Wallace

5 Ways to Make Your Commute Less Stressful During the Pandemic

We’re all trying to adjust. Every day it’s something different that makes us just a little bit hopeful or sends us into a new state of uncertainty. That’s OK. Well, it’s not, but we’re going to do our best to make it work because that’s what we have to do.  And that’s what Rocketman will do. Maybe you need to jump on a bus or streetcar because you have no choice. With all that’s going on right now, what used to be a simple commute can now stir up some anxiety. So our goal is simple; to help take

By |January 25th, 2021|Categories: Product Features|Tags: , |0 Comments

5 Must-Try Local Plant Shops in Vancouver

Plants and people; sounds like the title of a 20-page essay that nobody would ever read. Luckily, this article isn’t as lengthy, and you’ve made it this far, so hopefully, you’ll continue not just because it’s short, but because we have some useful information about local plant shops in B.C. that you need to know.  Even if you’re not into New Year’s resolutions, being a better person should be a goal you’re pushing towards no matter what date it says on the calendar. And while we’re not about to get into the science of whether or not a plant can

By |January 25th, 2021|Categories: Local Business|Tags: , |0 Comments

Liven Up Your Space with 5 Local Plant Shops in Calgary

It’s winter, and it’s cold, and you’re already regretting any new year’s resolutions you’ve made. This is supposed to be the year you “find happiness.” The year everything in your life finally makes sense, and you fulfil all your dreams.  That’s a lot of pressure to put on yourself. How about you make a fresh New Year’s resolution but this time—start small. Like, plant small. You can begin by looking at your local plant shop and decide which plant can add some positive energy to your home. A little bit of life in your home can go a long way,

By |January 25th, 2021|Categories: Local Business|Tags: , |0 Comments

6 Must-Try Local Plant Stores Around Toronto and the GTA

The deeper into winter we get, the less likely we will venture out of our home for a leisurely stroll. And with all the restrictions in place because of the pandemic, going outside isn’t as alluring as it normally is. But with so many of us working and exercising and teaching and doing everything else from home, we need something to break up our days. Something that gives us some of the energy we’re missing from actual human contact.  Maybe plants aren’t people, but they are alive. And no one’s going to judge you for filling your home with gorgeous

By |January 25th, 2021|Categories: Local Business|Tags: , |0 Comments

7 Ways to Ride More Safely on Transit During the Coronavirus

It’s happening. We’re finally seeing more streetcars and buses with people on them again. And while this is a sign that things are starting to return to whatever your version of normal might be, you still shouldn’t just hop on public transit without understanding how to stay safe. We know your mom told you that you’re the centre of the world, but staying safe is about protecting other people just as much as it is about protecting yourself. So pay attention to what we’re about to tell you because you might learn something, and more importantly, you’ll increase your chances

By |October 5th, 2020|Categories: Transit|Tags: , |1 Comment

What really causes TTC subway delays in Toronto?

We’ve all been there. Standing on the subway platform, looking through the tunnel for that big, bright light to show up. Then you hear the dreaded PA system come on, and the monotone, computerized voice says that there’s a delay. Now you want to rip your hair out. It’s too cold to walk the rest of the way to work, so it’s either you wait it out or jump back on the Rocketman app to find another route.  Annoying, we know. And we know you don’t want to hear this, but there are actually some pretty real reasons why

By |September 2nd, 2020|Categories: Transit|Tags: , |0 Comments

The Best Day Trips From Toronto on Public Transit

For many of us, COVID-19 has put a dent in our dreams of hiking to Machu Picchu or enjoying freshly made pasta in Tuscany this summer. Instead, Canadians are turning to our own backyard to fulfill our summer plans. And while chasing the midnight sun in Iceland makes for a way better Instagram photo than a view of the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, there’s plenty of hidden gems in Ontario you may have yet to explore.  We’ve rounded up seven fun, low-cost day trips you can make on public transit – or gather your friends for a weekend

By |August 24th, 2020|Categories: Transit|Tags: , |0 Comments