Another Valentine’s Day has come and gone. The champagne is finished, your flowers may have sighed their last breath and the chocolates have somehow mysteriously [...]
The holidays have come and gone, the bills have arrived and many are starting to look at how they are going to pay those bills [...]
If you were going to take a road trip from Toronto to Florida this year do you think you would simply get up one day [...]
A little-known holiday is celebrated in the US on September 16 called National Stepfamily Day. Although it is not a true “national day” because that [...]
As you read this, I have just wrapped up four days in Vancouver with 11,000 of my closest new friends. What an absolute thrill of [...]
No, I do not mean that you grew up liking sandwiches. The ‘sandwich generation’ is a growing demographic within the baby boomers (born 1947-1966) and [...]
Every time I see a headline like this, I automatically think about relationships with other people such as one’s spouse, child, parent, etc. Today I include in this very important set of relationships my financial advisor and right about now you are probably asking yourself ‘what in the world is she talking about?’. Read more.
This weekend a piece of Ontario history burned to the ground with the overnight loss of the St. Jacob’s farmer’s market. Ironically, my husband and I had just been there the afternoon before and it had been a long time since our last visit. Read More.
An article by Jill Schlesinger, Business Analyst at CBS News got me thinking about what all of us could learn from this tragic collapse.
No one likes to have to have the ‘courageous conversation’ with their parents about the possibility of needing long-term care.