The most important thing for a great Christmas morning is prep the night before. Open the boxes, get the toys out, test them, and load them with Duracell batteries.
Around this time of year many bloggers come out with holiday gift guides, listing of all the things you should be buying for your friends and family. I’m going to put a spin on that this year, by sharing a list of charities my family supports.
Here’s a gear guide for new parents showing off the things you DO need, but also the things you DON’T need. So much ridiculous things are thrown at new parents, heed these warnings!
This Mother’s Day, show your heart for maternal health.
Mark’s performance stretch denim means you’re always #ReadyForThis, whether ‘this’ means a night at the symphony, cleaning the garage, or taking 54 flights of stairs.
Each member of our family has a very unique charity and a very personal reason for supporting them. How does your family give where you live?
Having a mentor help blaze your path is crucial to success. I use Neil Zeller to help me as an amateur photographer, children with challenges need deeper help and the Boston Pizza Foundation helps.
RBC is inspiring Canada’s youth to make a difference by giving them $150 to affect change. How will you #Make150Count this year?
The annual Treats For Toys campaign raised money to buy some toys for kids this Christmas, and also brought creative minds together to build some masterpieces. Here are the best:
We’ve been struggling with the Santa secret for Zacharie this year. He pieced it all together quite suddenly and had his imagination crushed. He’s been …
It doesn’t take much, just a little nudge, a little accountability, and a little teamwork. Thanks to Sport Check for helping me share my ideas to #GiveABetterGift!
Rice Krispies Treats For Toys are back this year. Have some fun playing with Rice Krispies Treats and turn them into toys for kids who need this Christmas. It’s all at #TreatsForToys
I knew my son was a different kind of kid when he turned to me on a camping trip 2 summers ago and said “Daddy, …
As the air gets brisk, I’m reflecting on an epic summer of growing for my boys. So many achievements unlocked, so many bucket list checks, so much giving back.
There is one thing all superheroes have in common. No matter their backstory or power, they all care. Empathy is the thing I hope my kids take from their superhero fantasies.
Maple Leaf Foods is encouraging Canadians to Feed It Forward by nominating someone who supports the community with food. Check out this great idea: