Parenting

Saving for School: Thinking beyond RESPs with options to help what you’re saving match what you’ll need

Today we have a guest post from Mohamad Sawwaf, Division Director and Financial Consultant from Investors Group Financial Services.  Mohamad is a Certified Financial Planner who is devoted to helping clients realize both their short and long-term financial goals through comprehensive planning.  Mohamad can be contacted at 416-483-7667 or Mohamad.Sawwaf@investorsgroup.com. You want the best for your child – and for plenty of powerful reasons, a college or university education is one of the best things you can do to […]
By |September 8th, 2014|Advice & Resources, Guest Posts, Parenting, School|0 Comments

Is Your Child Going to School This Fall? Here Are Some Healthy Sleep Tips to Help Them Get Ready

If you had a relaxed schedule this summer, the looming early start time for school might be a challenge.  Late nights and lazy mornings will make it difficult for your child to suddenly wake up early and make it to school on time.  If you are wondering how to help your child get back into healthy sleep habits so that they can be ready on their first day of school, read […]
By |August 29th, 2014|Advice & Resources, Parenting, Pre-school, Sleep Tips|0 Comments

Tips for New Parents: 3 Ways to Maintain Marital Satisfaction

Today we have a guest post from Melissa from The Couple Wellness Expert, and she offers 3 tips to maintain marital satisfaction after having a child.  Melissa is a therapist who specializes in couples counselling, and she can be found on Facebook and Twitter (@melissajohari) and you can read her blog here. Bringing baby home is exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time.  It is a huge adjustment to parenthood, with sleepless nights and endless diaper changes. […]
By |February 19th, 2014|Advice & Resources, Guest Posts, Parenting, Relationships|Comments Off on Tips for New Parents: 3 Ways to Maintain Marital Satisfaction