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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Feel Like Firing Your Kid Today?

Written by Jody Swain As parents we all love our kids, but let’s be honest – parenting can be difficult, especially during the busy summer months when patience is tested! To help with everyday parenting challenges, I created a tool to help families raise more successful, well-rounded kids who are ready for the real world. It combines motivation, competition, teamwork, […]

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Healthy Eating for a Stress-Free Life

Written by Suzanne Forster If you’re like most people, you likely struggle from high levels of stress. Just about everyone has some type of stress in their life, like money, work, relationships, and just daily life. This isn’t what is damaging to your health, but it is important to be award of the high, overwhelming levels of […]

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6 Simple Benefits of Exercise

Written by Suzanne Forster Exercise is the best gift you can give yourself. Did you know that consistent, regular exercise can change your life in ways you may not have considered? Here are some of the key benefits of exercise: Benefit #1: It improves your self-esteem. Exercising regularly or more than twice a week will […]

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Let’s Talk About Menopause

Written by Teresa Isabel Dias If all women go through menopause, why are most unprepared for it? The short answer is, because menopause is still taboo and no one talks about it. I’m going to share my personal journey with you, in hopes that it will shed some light on what you may also be going through. […]

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