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FAST FOOD Convince visiting parents that your life is in order with the healthy-meal service MissFresh (from $8 to $10 per meal, missfresh.com, available in Ontario and Quebec). It delivers ingredients and a recipe so all you have to do is cook (and hide any takeout). Lazy-girl way: UberEats, the culinary version of the car-service app.
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COOL RUNNINGS The polar vortex is no excuse to hit the pause button on your workouts. Try Technogym’s Artis Run treadmill ($13,290, technogym.com). Among its many bells and whistles (including a touch-screen console with access to Skype and Netflix), this high-tech hamster wheel allows you to replicate your fave outdoor runs in your condo.
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BODY BREAK Tweak your back pulling the covers over your head? We’ve all been there. Lucky Vancouverites can now use Soothe, an on-demand massage-service app. Choose from six massage types (from $99 to $169, soothe.com) administered by a licensed professional (all have had a background check) who can be at your door within an hour.
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