Saving for your Child’s Post-Secondary Education (Part 2 of 2)

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When it comes to funding your children’s post-secondary education, not everyone needs to start socking away $200 a month into an RESP as soon as their baby arrives home from the hospital. And while I like that option if the parents are forward-thinking and can find that space in their budget, there are other sources of funds to consider. …

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Saving for your Child’s Post-Secondary Education (Part 1 of 2)

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Gone are the days when a couple thousand dollars from a grandparent covered post-secondary tuition and a summer job could cover remaining living expenses each year. Parents of children today need to do some serious saving and investing to cover just tuition for a four year degree. And clearly it’s not easy to do. According to the Canadian…

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4 Reasons to Try Reflexology for Back Pain

Back pain can be one of the most inconvenient things to suffer from. Whether it’s severe or just a nagging twinge every now and then, it can seriously hinder your ability to get through your daily activities. It can also cause difficult sleeping, and without a good night’s rest everything seems bleak in the morning.

A recent survey by the Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability found that back pain was one of the most common health ...

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A New Revolution? Using Hypnosis for Health Purposes

Over the years hypnosis has had something of a bad rap in many circles. Many people don’t understand how hypnosis works, and as a result they fear it. And of course, the images of those crazy shows where people get “hypnotized” to cluck like chickens just don’t help! In reality, hypnosis is nothing like that and an authentic hypnotherapist would no more jump off a cliff than practice that type of idiocy. With the growing awareness of alternative therapies, ...

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My Son, My Teacher – Living with allergies

super isaiahI can remember the day my son Isaiah (3rd born) had his full-blown anaphylaxis shock like it was yesterday. It was Oct 2009, Thanksgiving weekend; he was only 18 months old.  We just got home from shopping at Costco, and I gave him a healthy snack of pesto and toast while I was putting away the groceries.

I noticed his lips got swollen, and I didn’t understand why. I carefully watched his body ...

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