Buying your first house can be a stressful process if you are not sure what steps to take. Here is a checklist to help you understand what your first steps should look like.

Let's Call This 'The Naked Challenge'

Saturday, 24 September 2016 11:39 Written by
How much control do you really have? A lot of us think we have much more control than we really have, but how many of us are really dependant on outside sources.

Top 10 Stress Busting Tips

Sunday, 18 September 2016 08:28 Written by
Getting sick more often than usual? Not sleeping well? Gaining weight yet eating less? 

Why You Should Never Break A Contract

Saturday, 10 September 2016 15:04 Written by
Ever signed a contract and now you want to back out? You may need to consider that a Court may hold you responsible for failing to complete the contract.

Do Your Kids A Favour - Ignore Them Sometimes

Saturday, 10 September 2016 14:06 Written by
Our current world is really good at reinforcing to our children that they need to have everything they want right now. It doesn’t teach them to be patient with others, but rather that everyone should be at their beck and call. 

The Kind of Insurance Parents Don't Want To Talk About

Saturday, 03 September 2016 08:22 Written by
Let me say straight off the bat that the thought of your child dying (no matter how old they are) is a morbid thought and as the father of a 21 year old son the thought never crosses my mind.

Why You Have To Keep Talking To The Teacher

Sunday, 28 August 2016 08:24 Written by
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… nope not Christmas, but back to school!! As we prepare ourselves with back to school shopping, scheduling, bedtimes, wake up times, and the dreaded lunches that don’t get eaten, I want to help you with one prep item that sometimes doesn’t make our list. How to build open communication with your child’s new teacher right away!
With millions of Canadians having tuned in to the Rio Olympics, many have seen their favorite athletes covered in bright coloured tape or covered in welts that resemble circular bruises as seen on American swimmer, Michael Phelps.

You Need A Mini Trampoline In Your Life

Sunday, 14 August 2016 18:24 Written by
Rebounding or mini trampolining is not just for kids and it’s not just for fun. This fun and effective way to exercise produces feel good hormones (endorphins), increases the metabolism and creates health benefits that are numerous and long lasting.
If you grew up in the Caribbean you probably have memories about having to use castor oil as a laxative at some point in your lives.