Who Do You Drive Safely For?

14 yrs old in Alberta means you’re eligible for a learner’s license. Zacharie is now 14 and I’m so glad he’s taking his time getting his learner’s because I am so not ready for this.

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The New and Soon-to-be Tech of Camping’s Future

Exploring the world is one of the greatest privileges of the modern age. From what used to be a challenging pursuit, modern explorers have always had safety and convenience at their fingertips, but this can be a double-edged sword. Too often in the travelling world, we get bogged down by the idea of doing things the traditional way, in pitting us against nature without the…

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How I Discovered I Was Related To Royalty

“You’re related to royalty,” Lesley Anderson of Ancestry.ca tells me over the phone and a proud smile curls on my face. I had always wondered how deep my family tree’s roots were in Canada and after spending a few years digging into Ancestry and building out a history, I wanted it confirmed by a professional. Lesley was  excited to share the news my Canadian genealogy…

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My 2020 Reading List

Here’s a list of books to read for a New Year’s resolution. They explore fatherhood, history, inspiration, and following your dreams. They’ll teach you how to decide and go for your goals.

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Monitoring My Risk For Diabetes And Heart Disease

The first thing I do most days when I get home from work is get on the bike. My wife and I, 18 months ago, impulse bought a Peloton bike and it has been a game changer for both of us. With no gear to pack up to go to the gym, with no commute time to get there, with no appointments to make, or…

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