The Warmest Slippers Ever!!

Anyone who owns a pair of Padraigs can attest to the ultimate comfort, coziness and warmth of these Canadian made slippers.  They are ideal for your special baby or  grandma/grandpa or gift to self.  Comprised of wool, sheepskin and leather, these slippers are made of all natural products and they are hand crocheted and hand [...]


Which protein supplement should I use?

Of all the questions I get asked by my clients, “Which protein supplement should I use?” is at the top!  I know it’s confusing to choose the best product when the store shelves are literally bulging with containers boasting the best results and quality. How can you really tell which product is best? Check out [...]


Peace of mind during the holidays

Whether leaving the Canadian winter to spend the holidays under the sun or simply driving a few hours to get together with family, these simple measures can help your customers keep their homes safe while they are away: Friends or trusted neighbours should check on your home - An occasional car in the driveway and a mailbox [...]


Staying Fit During the Holidays

Bring it on…the high-calorie food and drinks, that is! Is that how you’ve approached this magical time of year? You’re not alone. Most people lose sight of their fitness and fat loss goals entirely this month, only to have a rude awakening when their clothes are snug come January. It’s really no wonder most people [...]


on being adaptable

                  its safe to say from day to day we live our life in three worlds:  yesterday, today and tomorrow. All three equally important, but only one of them we can change. Where we stand right now. Being adaptable:  able to change or be changed in order [...]


Certified Financial Planner – CFP

Financial planners advise clients on how best to save, invest, and grow their money. They can help you tackle a specific financial goal—such as readying yourself to buy a house—or give you a macro view of your money and the interplay of your various assets. Some specialize in retirement or estate planning, while some others [...]


Involved in an Accident?

Here’s what to do next. Posted by MIS Blog (September 19, 2013) – Courtesy of IBAO Accidents happen and vehicle collisions, whether large or small, can be very stressful and overwhelming. The first thing to do if you are involved in any sort of accident is to remain calm. Call 911 immediately if someone is [...]


seize the silence

The times when one is not dancing, seems to be the time a dancer thinks the most about dancing. As you sit in the studio with our students they always want to talk about dance, watch a ballet video or practise their choreography in the lobby. Like a photographer who always sees the photo opt, an actor rehearsing their lines [...]


Long term mortgage rate reduction possible

Bank of Canada signalled Wednesday it won’t be raising rates — its neutral stance could even mean  lower rates. The possibility of long-term rate reductions has people worried the market may be recovering too fast for the taste of Ottawa, leaving Finance Minister Jim Flaherty with no choice but to tighten lending rules again. Experts [...]


Renting a Car?

Renting a car? Buying the over-the-counter insurance that rental car companies sell could be the dumbest move you’ve made all day. That is, unless it’s the smartest. The question is, are you covered? Too many travelers have no idea, and it’s in that cone of uncertainty that the rental car companies are able to pounce [...]