Planning

4 Simple Steps To Avoiding Post-Summer Anxiety

Alyson Jones | Posted 07.22.2014 | Canada Living
Alyson Jones

The summer is a great time for doing some thinking and once you have put some thought into your vision for the future, the next steps are to identify and evaluate your priorities and create a realistic plan that will move you forward in these areas. In order to achieve this, I offer a simple and practical structure to get you going.

How to Budget For University

Melissa Jarman | Posted 07.30.2014 | Canada Business
Melissa Jarman

By now, most students planning to start college or university in the fall are beginning to think seriously about what needs to be done before their classes start. So how do we help students prepare for the coming year? A good starting point would be by taking some time now to review and discuss the following questions.

How I Learned to Stop Logging Time as a New Mom

Alona Feroze | Posted 11.24.2013 | Canada Living
Alona Feroze

In my three-month tenure of being a mom I have been swallowed whole by a paradox that only a new parent can experience: the simultaneous lack of and abundance of time. I have dubbed this enigma the mom phenomenon.

Be Bold, It's Sold: Keeping Yourself Informed Before an Auction

Robbie and Kathleen Baggio | Posted 10.20.2013 | Canada
Robbie and Kathleen Baggio

After fifteen years on the auction circuit, we know how to turn a single night of work into thousands of dollars in profit. In fact, we've bankrolled family vacations, our daughter's tuition, and a complete home Reno with auction earnings alone. And we just keep coming back for more.

Italian Examples of Cities Made for People

Ron Dembo | Posted 07.22.2013 | Canada
Ron Dembo

I love the Italian Piazza. You find them in every town, big or small. Rome is full of them. They are gentle and filled with human sounds, blended voic...

Cancer Taught Me to Live in the Moment

Stephanie Gilman | Posted 04.24.2013 | Canada Living
Stephanie Gilman

2013-02-04-kickingcancersass.jpg For as long as I can remember, I have been an obsessive planner. I love to make plans, to organize, to prepare. And I'm quite good at it, too. Long-term goals, schedules. These are things I like. A fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants girl, I am not. With my cancer diagnosis, a lot of things came crashing down around me.

Vancouver Bureaucracy More Convoluted Than the Subway Map

Jordan Bateman | Posted 07.11.2012 | Canada
Jordan Bateman

What was once a simple sewer, water and garbage disposal utility has become a bureaucratic, democratically-unaccountable spending machine. It's time to move the Metro Vancouver Regional District back to basics.

Pick: Have a Wedding, or Keep Your Job

Cassandra Scrimgeour | Posted 05.16.2012 | Canada Living
Cassandra Scrimgeour

I'm employed on contract. I'm thankful for this. But when this contract ends, what will be next? What if my luck runs out and I can't find anything? The thought of unemployment fills me with anxiety, and a fear I feel in my bones. It's unknown territory that I'm not anxious to discover.