year in review 2014

It's been an active year for real estate in Canada. Huffington Post Canada profiled some incredible properties this year
A year we'll never forget.
Parenting is the most difficult job you will ever do. Each day is full of new challenges and issues. So, I decided to make a parenting resolution list because there are some things that I would like to do a little bit better this year.
December is a time for reflection, especially when it comes to your finances. The expensive holiday season -- think gifts, party outfits, and festive drinks -- means you're probably thinking about how to stick to a budget and keep costs down in 2014. It's also a time to reflect on mistakes, which is why I've rounded up the top personal finance fails of 2014. The purchases that made me cringe, the examples of internet over-sharing that made me wonder how someone's identity wasn't stolen sooner. All so you can avoid their mistakes in 2015.
As soon as Rihanna stepped out in what would later become known as the "naked dress" at the CFDA Awards in June, we knew
Even an industry in transition wracked by a misogynistic online insurgency still put out some great games. In fact, the lack of monumental triple-A titles allowed many games to soar that might otherwise have been overlooked. So here are my picks for the best games of 2014.
Older workers have always made more money than younger workers. This is not a difficult statement to accept. With age and
It's easy enough to take a selfie—just face the camera towards you and click a button. But it's not as simple to make it
It might get harder to find them as you get older, but that actually makes discovering new bands even more special. So please
Here's the good news: cancer rates in Canada are the lowest they've been in a decade, and death rates from cancer are on