Tag - Jan/Feb 2021

Grandma Has Rights Too

Healthy Boomer By Peggy Edwards It’s time to speak up and take action On December 10,2020,we celebrated Human Rights Day — the day the United Nations adopted, in 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. All people regardless of sex, gender identity, race, ethnicity, ancestral origin, and age deserve the rights to...

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Durable Finishes For our multi-function homes

Lifescape By Janet Armstrong, Certified Interior Designer, CAPS In the past, many of us have considered our homes simply a place to rest, relax, dine, and perhaps a place to entertain friends and family. Our home has always been synonymous with safety and security. But this thinking has taken on a whole new meaning over the...

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Ron MacLean

Ron MacLean’s Wisdom and Knowledge It’s not all about the hockey It was Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson who said: “This fastest of all games [hockey] has become almost as much of a national symbol as the maple leaf.” There is no question hockey is engrained in our cultural identity and those who have been associated with our...

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Decorating Ideas to Add a Personal Touch to Your Bathroom

When it’s time to move into a new home you always think about how you can add a personal touch to the interior design so that you’re able to reflect your personality and style. You tend to always give priority to rooms like the living room and bedroom, but the bathrooms are just as important when it comes to designing them. If...

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What’s in a Name?

In the Garden By Rebecca Last Botanical names are steeped in history In many traditional societies, knowing the true name of a thing or person is believed to confer power over that thing or person. So, it is with plants. Knowing the botanical name for a plant gives us the power to understand how best to treat that plant. A...

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6 Practical Ways to Use Heating Pads

Many people are completely unaware of how amazing heating pads can be – many people are completely unaware that heating pads even exist! By the end of this article, however, you will know everything it is for you to know about heating pads so that you can take advantage of them. Heating pads are heated pads (duh?) that come in...

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The Benefits of Home Care for Seniors

It is vital that, as you age, you consider the different options you have when it comes to personal care needs. Aging adults and seniors have needs that require extra attention as they age, and addressing those needs can be tricky to navigate and quite demanding. You might consider a retirement home for long term care. However...

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Deck your hands and feet with eco-friendly treats

If you want your nails to receive some professional loving care without all the chemicals, then the award-winning Dazzle Dry system developed by a bio-organic chemist is just the thing. Their products are specially formulated to be hypoallergenic, non-toxic, vegan (never tested on animals) and long lasting. In fact, their...

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Create your own travel & outing bubble

Staying safe when you must go out for appointments, to shop, or even travel, can be better managed with the right equipment. Of course, frequent handwashing and mask-wearing are a must, but you can further protect yourself with the new Virashield. It’s a portable pop-up protective bubble that creates a personal enclosure to...

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Copper Insoles

These copper infused fabric super light insoles are designed to keep your feet from the age old embarrassing “don’t want to take my shoes off” predicament. Super flexible and ideal for everyday shoes including trainers. As with Copper bangles, copper fabrics are widely shown to help alleviate arthritis and inflammation. Keep...

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