As I ask in that article, where else can you see jury-selected artwork by about 125 Toronto artists for free, while enjoying a walk in Toronto's great outdoors?
One Writing Tip for your Walk in Writing
If you have a theme for a series of articles, be sure to develop that topic.
If you have a blog, keep its focus on your main concept.
Yes, you need variety or your readers will get bored. But that variety comes inside your main topic area.
Let's use a food analogy. You can run a successful ice cream parlour, but serve a variety of flavours as well as cones versus sundae dishes. You could instead operate a general restaurant with ice cream desserts; but once you add salads and main courses to the menu, you have to reduce the variety of ice cream flavours.
My DeHaan Services site might not always stick to free (or cheap) Toronto events, but that's a niche that I cover as a mainstay for the content.
If you maintain your focus and cover your niche well, you can build a reputation for quality and authority. If you scatter your writing across all your interests, no-one will know whether to trust what you say.
So walk along your path until it's clear to others that you know where you're going. Personally