Charlie’s first roller coaster ride was a bucket list worthy of Chris Hadfield’s approval. He defied gravity and lived to boast about it.
Spring is quickly morphing into summer. Here are some tips to be summer smart!
The best way to save money on groceries is to make what you buy last longer. So many of us waste a lot of our food, so check out these Foodsaver tips to keep your food fresher, longer!
These unlikely podcasts for kids will inspire them to build their own summer business. At least that’s what has happened with my 8 and 10 yr old.
Checking your tire pressure is easy. From finding the right tire pressure to checking at the right time of day, here are 5 things you need to know how to check your tire pressure correctly.
A family time capsule is easy to create and hide. Here’s what we put in our time capsule and where we hid it in our kitchen. It’s a fun family activity!
Here are some great options from TELUS On Demand to settle in and watch the movie YOU want to watch. Enough of the superhero stuff, it’s time for a Mom and Dad Movie Night.
The outfit stays the same, the shoes freshen up. Here’s how I keep my dad style on point with Mark’s.
Spring is in the air, and a fresh new season of rebirth is the perfect time to reboot after a long cold winter and get in tune with these healthy habits.
Spring is the hardest season on the prairies. When it eventually does arrive, here are four sings to look for.
If you have an Android Smart TV, you need to focus on Smart TV security. ESET has an app that protect you from malware and phishing. Here’s how to install the app on your Smart TV.
Time to start making plans for March Break and if you want things to go smoothly, follow these quick tips!
There’s something you need to know about bringing toddlers to Disneyland: they won’t remember a thing. Your vacation will be an ‘in the moment’ celebration, but you won’t be building lifelong memories.
My sons are barreling down a creativity rathole and it’s awesome to watch. They’re inspired to write and produce a buddy cop movie that needs a Hollywood budget.
All it took was “Daddy, can you show me how to throw hockey cards?,” while I was in the basement watching tv and skills I had mastered decades earlier came rushing back with ease.
The easiest way to talk to your kids about money is to have small talks with them all the time and follow a path of long term investing. Here’s how we get it done with some help from Tangerine.