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AUGUST 2022 - Issue 181 - SUMMER FUN IDEAS
All you need is some creativity, a little space, and sunshine for some summer fun! Here’s a list of easy to do activities great for the whole family.
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JULY 2022 - Issue 180 - WHAT SHOULD I CHOOSE? ELECTRIC VS. GAS MOWERS!
It wasn’t that long ago you simply decided which brand of gas mower you wanted. Things have changed! We now have far superior battery technology and corded electric mowers that offer a viable alternative to gas mowers.
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JUNE 2022 - Issue 179 - KICK OFF TO A GREAT SUMMER!
June is the month to kick off summer! The weather is warmer. The kids will be off school. This is a month when many of us have planned some of our summer vacation time.
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MAY 2022 - Issue 178 - PLANNING THE BEST SUMMER VACATION EVER
Bring on the summer! If you’re like many Canadians and you’re thinking about summer vacations, then there’s no time like now to start planning.
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APRIL 2022 - Issue 177 - FOODS THAT HEAL
Inflammation plays a critical role in maintaining our immune system. While it is one of our body’s natural defenses, it can seriously impact our health if it becomes chronic. One of the ways that you can control inflammation is through the food you eat.
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MARCH 2022 - Issue 176 - WELCOMING BACK THE WARMER WEATHER
A new growing season is underway. Spring is here. Are you ready? Here’s a to-do list to help you get the garden in order.
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FEBRUARY 2022 - Issue 175 - WINTER—WE’RE STILL DEEP IN IT
It doesn’t matter if you’re on one coast or the other, or smack dab in the middle—it’s still winter in Canada. We’ve had Arctic outflows, atmospheric rivers and bone chilling temperature lows.
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JANUARY 2022 - Issue 174 - A HEALTHY WELCOME TO 2022
The first month of a new year is always a great jumping off point for starting fresh. Even if it’s not on your new year’s resolutions list, this is a great time to rethink your approach to wellness. Who doesn’t want to be as healthy as they can, and imbue their life with a new sense of purpose?
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DECEMBER 2021 - Issue 173 - GETTING READY FOR THE NEW YEAR
The last few weeks of the year are a great time to start switching attention to what’s to come—a new year! This time of year can be full of holiday and seasonal things to do. But most of us can find some time to start taking the first few steps to prepare for the new year. Taking this time can go a long way to getting you off to a great start. Here are a few ways that you can prepare for 2022!
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NOVEMBER 2021 - Issue 172 - GETTING READY FOR CHRISTMAS
It feels like we’re just getting back into the groove with the change of seasons from summer to fall. The kids are back to school. Halloween has come and gone...and we’re talking about Christmas already?
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OCTOBER 2021 - Issue 171 - MONEY MANAGEMENT MADE EASY
In the last issue we looked at financial fitness starting with your credit score. Your credit score is calculated based on your credit history — payment history, amount of debt, and the length of your credit history. A healthy credit score can benefit you in many ways, like if you’re looking for a mortgage.
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SEPTEMBER 2021 - Issue 170 - FINANCIAL FITNESS 101
Similar to your physical health — weight, blood pressure, cholesterol, etc. — you should keep track of your financial health too. One key area to stay on top of is your credit score.
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