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Picky eaters in the house can be a constant frustration and worry for parents. Here’s a strategy to help your youngsters develop healthy relationships with food and take some of the stress off mom and dad’s shoulders.

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'Back to school' is emotionally loaded for many of us. As a phrase, those three words can represent many different feelings all tangled together. 

For generations, people have suffered and sacrificed to find answers. A quest for truth. Climbing to mountain-high monasteries or crossing the Swamp of Sadness to search out all-knowing beings.

Young people value play, discovery, and connection – those are the things that are important to all of us when we are little. Do you remember how easy it was to laugh and make friends when you were a kid?

Your teenager may pull away from family time, he may spend evenings on his phone in a private bubble, or she might start hanging out with people that you find questionable. How are we supposed to support and guide our teens when they resist our presence?
 

Bucket lists tend to be a list of big ticket items that you would like to accomplish in your lifetime, possibly as a means of ensuring that you have a full life.

Who has your back? When you’re in a tough spot, and life has thrown you into a dark place you never dreamed possible, who cares if you find your way out?

Earth can thrive if we treat her right. Same with our kids. 

The idea of going “green” is one that applies to many aspects of our lives, we search for the products that are the safest, most effective, and most affordable. Dr. Taina Turcasso has spent the last 15 years experimenting with these products, so she thought she’d share her favourites with you.

A busy mom with two kids, and running a business with her husband Jon, Nicole recognized a desire to give back to the community when her kids both started attending school.