If there is one place that is a must see when visiting the great city of Calgary – it’s the Calgary Zoo.
I love being a CAA member! The peace of mind that it provides while I’m on road trips is comforting but the CAA Rewards is icing on the cake.
Finding enough time to get all the chores done can be tricky and it is easy for work to start piling up. Here are a few tips that can really help. The great thing is, you will be able to use the time you save to bond with your kids.
I love to shop, and it’s actually something I consider myself good at. Now, if you’re thinking that being good at shopping is nothing to brag about; you’re mistaken. Saving money is nothing to sneer at, I like to stretch my hard-earned dollar as far as possible, and that is why I’m so excited about being a CAA Member and CAA Rewards.
Everyday I log onto Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and (my favorite social media platform) Instagram, and everyday I see stunningly beautiful women on my newsfeed. It can be a little intimidating at times, and I tend to do the unhealthy thing and compare myself to others.
I do my best to live each day the healthiest I can. For the most part I exercise daily, I do my best to mentally live well and I watch my nutrition. With that being said, I’m not perfect: I like to watch TV while I eat, I tend to over do it with snacks, and I let my stress take over far too often. Right now, I am making fresh swaps with the Subway Commit To Fit Pledge.
RESP’s (Registered Education Savings Plan) are an important part to saving for your child’s educational future. The week I came home from the hospital with my son, I made an appointment to set up his RESP account.
My husband and I don’t get to go out too often, not with a two year old at home. We moved to a new town in the last year and are still getting our bearings. Both of our families live three hours away and we haven’t had much success with babysitters. So instead of going out, we decided to have a DIY date night.
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In the winter, I don’t spend much time outdoors. It’s cold, and I don’t have much desire to go for a walk or get some work done. Life is a little slower and I find myself “relaxing” a lot more. In our house, there has been a lot of family movies playing on our Blu-Ray and many meals simmering in the slow cooker.