It’s finally here, My First Book of Sharks! It was written for younger kids and caregivers to read together, but if you have young readers who love the biggest fishes in the sea (and sharks…
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Essential Steps For Building Muscle Mass Quickly And Effectively
While there are ways to increase the efficiency of your workouts, you need to understand that something like this still requires dedication and the commitment to weeks and months of training and exercise before you start to see results.
5 Things You Should Do When Buying Windows and Doors
Purchasing new windows and entryways for your property can be an extraordinary method for changing individuals’ initial feelings about your home.
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.
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.
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…
Is Buying A Peloton Worth It? The Easy Math On Peloton Affordability
The Peloton math to see if it’s “worth it” or “affordable” for you is very easy, it’s just like an opportunity cost equation.
Who Is The Guy Who Took Over American Bandstand From Dick Clark?
Don and Joanne are retiring from XL 103 and I’m about to try and fill the shoes of a legend. Like David Hirsch taking over for Dick Clark, I hope my run is longer.
Why Type 2 Diabetes Puts You At Risk For Kidney Disease
What is your risk for kidney disease? Take a simple quiz to assess, and make a plan to talk to your doctor about your kidney health and type 2 diabetes.
Born And Raised Canadian (And Proud Of It!)
How Canadian are you? I did some family tree digging this year and found my roots go all the way to the roots of Canada. I’m pretty Canadian.
In My Head, I’ll Always Be 30
And then, one day, it hits you. You’re closer to the finish than the start, and you assess everything you’ve done so far. Is it enough? Here’s how I tuned up my RSP:
Do You Do The Math When Thinking About Retirement?
Do you ever ‘do the math?’ I do the math. A lot. I’ve always done the math. I was born in 1970, a nice even number, so I’ve always done the math wondering what life…
The 10 Albums That Influenced Me As A Teen
The “10 Albums That Influenced Me As A Teen” thing has been going around Facebook, so I joined the party.
A New Year Starts With A Clean Slate
If you want to succeed at making changes for the new year, you need to set yourself up for success. Here’s how I’m doing it.
Why Being Different On Your Resume Brings Results
Being different on your resume can bring results. You just can’t be *too* different. Here’s the fine line I’ve walked with my resumes in my career and how I stand out in a crowd.
What It’s Like Being An Introvert
It’s hard being an introvert. For me, anyway. In my career, I play an extrovert, in my personal life? I’m terrified of being around new people in new environments.