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Valentines Day is nearly upon us

Valentines Day is nearly upon us. Around the world, for weeks prior to February 14th people are thinking about and planning how to celebrate this day dedicated to the most meaningful four-letter word in the English language. Although some where along the way, the day has become more of a corporate r...
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Juliana Artisanal Food

Back to your regular routine after all the parties and holiday fun? Need some home cooked meals, but don’t have the time or energy to prepare? Order our meals and we will drop them off at your front door step. Our pizzas: prepared with fresh ingredients then sealed to keep in flavours. Brazili...
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Home Remedy Mom

Susan Kingston, Registered Holistic Nutrition Practitioner, works out of Westmount, QC, Ile Perrot, QC, and with long distance clients. As a member of the Association of Natural Nutrition Clinical Practitioners, Susan focuses on nutritional counselling to build health and wellness to help people re-...
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Goodbye Colds, Hello Salt Therapy Room!

Hi Mummies! We are so excited to announce the launch of the first ever Salt Therapy Room in Montreal at Elite Laser in Westmount Square! No, this isn’t just a blossoming bohemian trend– the latest in spa treatments is an effective, and natural form of detoxification and relaxation. ...
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What our twins have brought to our family

Twins have a connection. I am witnessing it every day. Yet, looking back on these past few months I am realizing that their bond started before they were even born. When I was 26 weeks pregnant, I went for a routine ultrasound and was told that twin A had very little amniotic fluid and she was no...
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Ignore the Big Picture: Small Steps to get you Organized

Getting organized doesn’t need to be about a complete overhaul. Sometimes small tweaks can have a significant impact. A top complaint I get from clients is they are overwhelmed and don’t know where to start. The thought of reorganizing their home all at once is such an undertaking that...
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A $250 shopping spree at Hatley

Win a $250 shopping spree from Hatley! With new collections launching for spring, it’s the perfect time to check out Hatley’s original, custom-designed prints for women and kids. Hatley designs are colourful, whimsical, and celebrate the connection between fun and fashion. Shop a wide se...
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5 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day Special Needs Family Style

Ah, Valentine’s Day, the day that used to mean chocolates, roses, a romantic dinner with wine and a movie. It was the day that you got to connect even more to your significant other than you already do. It was before children, and the complication of the cost of babysitters to said dinner and ...
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No such thing as a stupid question

Back in elementary they taught us that there’s no such thing as a stupid question. I’m not so sure anymore.   I love it when they ask me in an interview why I want to work there. It's my favorite bullshit question because no one in the history of answering it has ever said wh...
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Communicate to Connect; Talk to your Teen!

As your teen grows older, it may be more challenging to connect with his/her feelings and to just establish a sense of trust when having a dialogue with your teen. It is most important to generate and work toward a relationship where your teen feels comfortable approaching you with anything. Therefo...
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6 Sensory Tools To Help Your Child Regulate During Cold Winter Months

Ah, the cold doggy dog days of winter. It is hard enough for an adult to get up and get moving in cold weather with shorter winter days, but imagine our kids, especially kids with special needs who have sensory issues (that is, issues regulating their bodies). Whether our kids are hypo or hyper sens...
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What Was Your First School Instrument? What Did You Children Get?

How on earth did we pick school instruments when we were in middle school?  I had played a little piano by the time I was forced to make an uneducated choice, and it’s probably the reason why I do not play an instrument to this day despite being very musical. So how did my son come&nbs...
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