Monthly Archives: April 2011

Maximize Your Time

How do you maximize your time? Being a working mom , time is gold. We want everything done as planned. We get frustrated especially when our family members do not cooperate. Women (for the most part) are known to be … Continue reading

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Tips for a Working Parent

As a working mom I learned many simple tricks to make my home very comfortable and clean. I am so busy that sometimes I can hardly cope with my work both at home and in the homes of my clients. Here are … Continue reading

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Everything Chocolate

A few weeks ago I threw a birthday party for my youngest and at her request we had it a Willy Wonka Chocolate party. It was a complete success with all ages, child and parent alike. If you would like to … Continue reading

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Blame it on Gas Prices

Contrary to the predictions of the Bank of Canada and of other analysts, inflation has registered beyond the anticipated rate. It seems that Canada, like everywhere else in the world, is feeling the pinch of soaring commodity prices. As recently … Continue reading

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The $6400 Question

The $6400 question is now directed towards the desirability of a $6400 toilet. Kohler is now marketing what it hopes to be a best-in-class toilet at a cost of $6400. This new fixture will do everything for you except; well you know !  There are … Continue reading

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Ten Ways to Tell it’s Time to Move

Does the thought of changing your neighbourhood go through your mind more often than not? Here are some key indicators on when you really should consider making that move. 1. You Have Outgrown Your Neighbourhood Your ?ber-trendy, urban borough seemed … Continue reading

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Planning for Retirement

    “Your home is very liquid. Many who have not been able to save, or have chosen not to save for their retirement, say: ‘I can count on my home’. I’m not sure they’re being entirely realistic” says Patricia … Continue reading

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