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This article appeared first in Calgary’s Child Magazine, March/April 2018 issue.
At 14, many girls might shudder at the thought of going bra shopping with their mother. But, Kate van der Merwe believes it’s an important bonding and learning opportunity for her and her daughter, Isabelle.
Nancy Smith’s 81-year-old mother is on social media. I guess you could say it runs in the family. Smith, who spent 12 years working in social media and digital marketing, is now guiding both her son and her mom through the complex online world…in a positive way.
There have been a lot of changes recently to some our our favorite rewards and loyalty programs in Canada. The Scene program, Shopper’s Drug Mart and Ivivva have all made changes to their programs. Read on for an update to this post, which was originally published last year.
I know it seems too early to talk about university scholarships. We’re still lamenting the fact that it’s their LAST year of high school, but the application deadline for some of these awards is quickly approaching.
This article appears in the Sept./Oct. 2017 issue of Calgary’s Child Magazine.
I received a free CELLslip in exchange for writing a review of this product. All opinions are my own.
When a motorist on a cell phone rolled through a stop sign and right into the rear-end of his wife’s vehicle with his three young children inside, Mitch Bain wasted no time in launching CELLslip.
I received this question from a reader the other day about girls and clothing. I thought it would make a great topic for a blog post because, honestly, it’s something I’ve struggled with too.
I don’t know where my teens get their sense of adventure. Actually, I do know where…and clearly, it’s not from me!
This article appears in Calgary’s Child Magazine, May/June 2017 issue.
So, your teenager has the travel bug. Maybe she wants to travel abroad to study, develop a second language or volunteer with a service organization? Teen travel is becoming incredibly popular with young adults who want to spread their wings of independence and see the world.
When I worked in news, we stayed away from covering individual suicides. You might hear it on the police scanner, everyone would shake their head in sadness and then we’d carry on, listening for the next potential story.