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Read With ‘Em, and Weep. Why Do We Hate Reading Glasses So Much? Health / Life

“Pass ‘em over”, said our good friend Joe, to his wife, as we all peered at our menus in the darkened restaurant, trying in vain to read the tiny print without using the reading glasses that were making the rounds. Sooner or later, many Canadians will find themselves stretching their arms out to the point of shoulder dislocation, or using a magnifying glass from their...

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Teen N’ Clean Family

Personally I think this is a great name for an initiative that sees teens get involved in keeping their space clean. Of course any time is a good time to get your kids to clean up their room, but with school, hockey, homework and more it can be hard to fit it in year round. Take some time in the spring to make sure you...

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How to Stay Fresh & to Refresh After a Long Flight Travel

“Long flights can either be the best thing ever or the absolute worst”, says Heather Greenwood Davis, award winning travel writer and founder of GlobetrottingMama.com. Davis knows, as she travels extensively around the world; most recently to long haul destinations such as the Azores, and Hawaii. Often, she’s expected to launch right into a full day of tours and meetings, without first heading to a...

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Why “Because I Have Kids” Is Not a Real Excuse For Not Working Out. Family / Health

“I’d work out if I didn’t have kids.” Many of us have thought this, or possibly said it out loud…and actually believed it. I’m pretty sure there are a few Dads who might use this excuse also, and while there is no denying that adding “raising a healthy and functioning human being” into your life schedule adds a bit of pressure, the fact is that...

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Hands of woman typing on laptop computer Career / Family

Getting back into the workforce after spending time at home with kids has always been a challenge. But today, with the proliferation of social media, it can be an additional hurdle to turn what have been your personal musings and reflections on life into a professional online profile as you hunt for that perfect job. So, where should you start? 1. Start at the beginning....

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Parent Hacks: Trade computer screens for screen doors Family / Life

HOW TO PICK A CAMP THAT WILL HELP YOUR CHILD UNPLUG AND RECHARGE Every summer there are hundreds of day camps, with tens of thousandsof kids participating, across the Greater Toronto Area. Whether they are attending for one week or eight, each camp will have its own special feel and mandate. Finding one that fits your child is key to a happy camper each day....

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