Immune System Boosters to Help During COVID-19

Written by Teresa Isabel Dias I’ve always believed, and experts agree, that a healthy lifestyle incorporating the four fundamentals for good health is also good to maintain a healthy immune system. It is especially important during the COVID-19 Pandemic that we maintain a healthy immune system to reduce our chances of contracting the disease. There […]

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5 Healthy Habits to Welcome in 2020

Do you have a New Year’s resolution? If it’s to have a healthier lifestyle, then it’s time to take action; no more putting your own needs on the back burner while you look after everyone else! Here are five healthy habits you can start with right away: Exercise Choose something that inspires you; whether it’s yoga, salsa, bootcamp, boxing, walking, […]

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Easy Tips for Entertaining at Home 

Written by Dana Shortt As the holidays approach, having family and friends over for special get togethers can become a regular thing. If you are less than eager to entertain, there is always the option of taking people out to a restaurant for dinner (who’s going to complain about that?), but if you’re feeling a bit […]

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Taming Butterflies for Back to School

Written by Dana Kerford The ‘First Day’ of a new experience is nerve-racking for a lot of children, and it’s very normal for kids to feel anxiety at these points in their lives. Here are some tips to help your child manage those big feelings inside as they prepare for a fresh start: Use Child-Friendly […]

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Do You Suffer From Jekyll & Hyde Syndrome?

Written by Amanda Brown Did you know that over 50% of women suffer from premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and that there are over two hundred symptoms that women can experience? The only similar symptom is the time frame in which these wonderful symptoms start to present themselves, typically anywhere from two to fourteen days leading up […]

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Why Feminism is Crucial – Now More Than Ever

Written by Lindsay Whisen, CEO at Ease Up – the Organizing Experts It troubles me that feminism has such a negative, mainstream connotation that implies man-hating, bra-burning lesbians. I discovered I had long-been a feminist at the University of Toronto as an adult learner. I discovered that feminism is the ability to recognize systemic and […]

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