Month: November 2014

How to be a Traveller and not a Tourist

posted Friday, November 28, 2014

by: in Travel

Before we begin, let’s distinguish between a traveller and a tourist. A tourist is someone who is intent on seeing the attractions (usually the ‘must-see’ attractions) without giving much thought to what they are going to see. For example, a tourist would visit a famous art gallery even though they don’t even like art but […]

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Life lessons learned from my pets

posted Wednesday, November 26, 2014

by: in Pet Talk

I’m still dealing with the death of 2 of my cats, Gus and Grace. My heart aches and I’m still trying to wrap my head around them being gone. They of course gave me unconditional love but they also taught me a lot about life and myself. Here is what they taught me: ACCEPT EVERYONE […]

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Moving On Up!

posted Monday, November 17, 2014

by: in Humour in Life and Business

I hope the term “Moving on up” conjures up the same thing it does for me: the song from The Jefferson’s. A joyous song that is filled with the delight in moving into a better place, a better state of mind, a better situation, and a better future. More importantly, “beans don’t burn on the […]

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Before You Pack Your Bags

posted Thursday, November 13, 2014

by: in Finance / Insurance

If you are like most Canadians, you probably love to travel and are planning your vacation down to the very last detail. Maybe you planned your  dream wedding in the tropics and are all excited and taken up with the wedding planner, invitations, and are probably busy  making  arrangements as you read this blog for […]

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November!

posted Tuesday, November 4, 2014

by: in From the Editor

Do you ever feel like the month November creeps up just like that? I find that after summer, there’s “back to school” season, then comes Thanksgiving, then Halloween and before you know it, we’re in November. Besides Remembrance Day which is coming up on the 11th, it appears that November is really the month when we start […]

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