How to Decorate a Christmas Tree‏

How to Decorate a Christmas Tree by Larry James Direct Export Company, Guest Author A Christmas tree should reflect the personality of the family and coordinate with the room in which it is placed. The variety of decorating styles is as varied as the number of people decorating the tree. Whether starting with a cut tree or everlasting tree, here are some basic rules that will help the decorator achieve the desired look. The folks at Direct Export Company have provided us with some … [Read more...]

ANNISAA Organization of Canada is Celebrated

Work with members in your community and make a difference Since 2012 ANNISAA Organization of Canada has devoted its energy to passionately advocate for the Muslim women community’s needs. WHO WE ARE The ANNISAA Organization of Canada is a not-for-profit, soon to be charitable organization that provides education-based programs and services to help women become the front row leaders of their community. We offer a host of programs, services, and resources, focused in the areas of … [Read more...]

FREE Hangouts, Women’s Empowerment Experts, DEC 1-5

Join Us for a Week of FREE Presentations from leading Women’s Empowerment Experts from across North America! December 1 – 5, 2014 Do you want to feel confident and empowered in every aspect of your life? Would you like to discard the guilt and anxiety, and be filled with joy, compassion, and vitality? You NEED to sign up for the Women’s Transformation and Vitality Summit! With an amazing lineup of guest speakers, this summit is specifically geared for Empowering Women In Body, Mind … [Read more...]

Women’s Medicine, Kay Cordell Whitaker

In the Hetakas’ tradition they describe many things in their lives as a circle. When looking at themselves as individuals, their lives, family, their village, even their whole culture they symbolize them as a circle with the feminine at the center. When Kay went through a long apprenticeship with Chea about Women’s Medicine, Chea guided her to see that the main reason our society, is so far out of balance is because in our modern world men have not only thrown the women out of the center of … [Read more...]

Are YOU Emotionally Ready for Parenthood!

7 Ways to Know if You ARE NOT Emotionally Ready for Parenthood!   Being emotionally prepared is a very important requirement in order to raise healthy, well-adjusted children through unconditional love – yet, it is often overlooked by many new parents! As a result, people who lack healthy self-esteem and self-confidence become parents for all the “wrong” reasons. Their parenting styles become fear-based, controlling and expressed through unhealthy “conditional love” unconsciously … [Read more...]

Celebrating Behaviour Strats, Marnee Buckles

Are you working with a difficult child with or without a diagnosis? Are you waiting for an assessment but need help immediately to work with the difficult child in your life? Are you overwhelmed with the number of strategies you have researched and don’t know where to turn next? Marnee, the Behaviour Interventionist on our team, has worked for over 30 years in education, and is trained in instructing Crisis Prevention Intervention. She has delivered workshops to staff and developed … [Read more...]

Laure Ampilhac, Falling Interest Rates all the Buzz!

It’s that time of the year again when all the buzz in the media is about falling interest rates and special limited time offers. The real and more lasting beneficial value a mortgage broker provides is educating you how to use that lower rate to create substantially more value in your home equity that will become the cornerstone of your overall financial security sooner rather than later. Making the right choices today while interest rates are still low could be the greatest financial … [Read more...]

Family Life Cycle, Retirement or Senior Stage of Life

During the retirement phase of the family life cycle, many changes occur in your life. Welcoming new family members or seeing others leave your family is often a large part of this stage as your children marry or divorce or you become a grandparent. This stage can be a great adventure where you are free from the responsibilities of raising your children and can simply enjoy the fruits of your life's work. Challenges you may face include being a support to other family members, even as you are … [Read more...]

World Elder Abuse Day, June 15

Please Join Us In Commemorating World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15 World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) is recognized annually on or around the 15th of June. Since its inception in 2006, communities throughout the country and around the world have used this day to raise the visibility of elder abuse by sharing information about abuse, neglect, and exploitation in later life and promoting the resources and services that work to increase victim safety and improve offender … [Read more...]

Fatherhood is a State of Being, not a Happening

In honor of the upcoming Celebration named: Father's Day on JUNE 15, we are sharing some thoughts of positive action so our 'Dads' can THRIVE. Love, Laugh, Listen and Learn The quality of Love, Laughter, Listening and Learning within a family are the key factors in its happiness and success. These four values are the foundation of any happy, healthy family and society. The family is the most basic and important unit of any society or nation. Without healthy, functioning families, a … [Read more...]

Empowered Women Impact Awards, April 7 – April 17

  I Just Won An Empowered Women Impact Award!   I’ve got some exciting news that I want to share with you… I’m happy to announce that I’m a recipient of an “Empowered Women Impact” Award! A prompt from Spirit guided Empowerment Specialist, Lorna Blake, to do this Award and to offer them to certain Visionary Women Leaders who are making an impact globally! I’m really honored to be in the company of 10 other top women leaders for this the first year of the Empowered Women Impact … [Read more...]

The Trailing Spouse, Gender Roles Abroad

Quite a few women don’t relocate for their own career, but follow a husband or partner on an assignment. As a "trailing spouse", you take care of the family while putting your own plans on the backburner – not always an easy or rewarding job. Find out what it entails and how to keep your cool as an expat wife. Recent surveys regarding relocation trends show that the number of employees without family ties is increasingly preferred for expat assignments. This is also due to the fact that … [Read more...]

Newlyweds: Get Out of Debt (and Stay Out)

Between the dress, the engagement and wedding rings and paying for the venue, photographer and honeymoon, the cost of hosting a wedding is exorbitant. In fact, the average wedding cost $28,427 in 2012, according to a survey conducted by TheKnot.com and WeddingChannel.com. Prices ranged from $76,687 in Manhattan to $15,504 in Alaska—but no matter where you live, this is a pretty steep bill for an average couple trying to start a life together. If you're excited about getting married but anxious … [Read more...]

Celebrating “National Popcorn Day” – JAN 19

National Popcorn Day aims to draw awareness to popcorn and the never-ending amount of fun you can have with it! When's the last time you tried cheesy jalapeno popcorn? Or you opened up an oriental takeaway box and found spicy popcorn instead? Probably never, but now is your chance! So why do we love popcorn? Well the obvious answer because it's so tasty! But we also relate it to watching a great film and having a relaxing time with our friends or family. It even made an … [Read more...]

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