PM to attend Vietnamese Lunar New Year – Tết Celebration

PM to attend Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration January 19, 2013 Mississauga, Ontario Prime Minister Stephen Harper will participate today in a celebration hosted by the Vietnamese Association of Toronto marking the Vietnamese Lunar New Year. "I would like to extend my best wishes to all those celebrating the Vietnamese New Year in Canada and around the world," said Prime Minister Harper. "With more than 190,000 people of Vietnamese origin living in Canada today, we are proud … [Read more...]

New Year’s Resolutions, to work with your child

New Year’s Eve is here, and with that brings the famed New Year’s resolutions. Adults everywhere are reflecting on the past year and looking ahead to the next, finding places where they can improve their lives. Parents often make big plans to change habits and behaviors with this fresh start, and these plans often include their children. Here are a few New Year’s Resolutions you could work with your child to make. Keep my belongings organized – The first thing that parents need … [Read more...]

WOMEN in RECOVERY – Safe, Sober & Joyous Holiday Season!

    With the holidays fast approaching, parties being planned and family on the road arriving at any moment, now is the time to prepare. Women in Recovery, especially those with substance abuse histories must take heed. There are many avenues to take that will offer a wholesome holiday with all the bells & whistles, without the pain and suffering of alcohol abuse of yesteryear. A clean & sober holiday is a wonderful experience! Being cognitive of possibilities is Key. Yes, we all … [Read more...]

The Mayo Clinic: 10 Tips to Coping Holiday Stress!

    ~~ Celebrating the Holidays in 2012 ~~     Stress, depression and the holidays: 10 tips for coping with 'stress and/or depression'   ... don't ruin your holidays and hurt your health.   The holiday season,  starting in early December continues through New Year's Day, often brings unwelcome guests — stress and depression.      ... and it's no wonder. In an effort to pull off a perfect holiday, you might find yourself facing a dizzying array of demands — … [Read more...]

Alinos Mikos – Budget the Holidays in 5 Steps

Budget the Holidays in 5 Steps By Alina Mikos The not-so-happy holiday truth is that millions of Americans break their budgets, recklessly overspending on gifts, festive foods, decorations, travel, and parties. Add to the problem a significantly depressed economy that shows little sign of improvement in the near future, and you have America’s current conundrum. It’s important to keep in mind that the joy of family and the holidays comes primarily from your relationships, with gift-giving as … [Read more...]

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